Letters and Links for Parents and Carers.
Useful links - Below are some links to resources you may find useful.
Crisis Cafe Talking Space (Northfield) - The service is available to anyone over the age of 18 and is openThursday, Friday , Saturday and Sunday 6pm - 11:30pm with set appointment times available via the Birmingham Mind Helpline - 0121 262 3555. We offer a safe space where people can come and talk about anything that may be worrying them with the option of a refreshment face to face or can also offer Zoom meetings. The Crisis Intervention Workerswill be on hand for a listening ear and also to provide information of organisations and charities that may be able to provide further help and support.
Letters - Here you will find links to copies of letters that have been sent home.
- Celebrating Diversity
- Pet sessions letter and consent form
- DoJo letter to families
- Tic Tok app - important information to keep your child safe
- Information on secondary transfer
- Medical Consent Form
- Attendance Policy Leaflet
- Nut free school
- Free School Meal - Is your child eligible?
- Parent guide- Free School Meals - User Guide
- Allergy Letter
- Advice from police re tackling burglary offences in the home.
- Uniform Letter
Transport - Birmingham City Council have made changes to the way parents apply for transport. Please see below for more information.
New online application form for Home to School Transport
We have made some changes to the online forms for all aspects of Home to School Transport applications. This is to simplify the process for applicants and to make our forms accessible to all website visitors.
Forms that were on the pages shown below (on both the Birmingham City Council and Local Offer websites) will now be replaced by a single online form, accessible from both websites and linked from here: https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/xfp/form/902. The online form requires key information for both SEND Eligibility and Risk Assessment to be entered and uploaded and provides the applicant with a reference number.
As of 1st December 2021, parents and carers will only be able to apply for Home to School Transport using the link : https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/xfp/form/902. These current forms (shown below) will no longer be valid for applying for transport, however the new link will be on the pages listed.
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