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Please find below information that we have been asked to pass on to our school community.  Please keep scrolling to ensure you catch all the news!

The Bugs Group October Holiday Camp at St Alphege

Highflyers After School Dance and Gymnastics Clubs

St Helen's Church Family Newsletter for September 2022

Black History Month - Carribbean Family History Group - free exhibition

Langley Open Evening and Morning - 29th and 30th September

King Henry VIII School | Open Evening | Friday 23rd September

Alderbrook School Open Evening - 21st September 2022

Solihull Parenting Team Autumn Classes and Activities

St Helen's Church Messy Play is back this term!

Solihull Parent Carer Voice - Autumn Events

Premier Soccer Coaching

Princethorpe College Open Event and Taster Days


Princethope will be holding an Open Morning on Thursday 22 September 2022 between 10.30am and 12.30pm. This will be an opportunity for families to visit the College on a normal school day. Parents are requested to book in advance using the following link:


Similarly, they are holding taster days for Year 6 pupils in September 2022 to allow the children the chance to experience some time with the college prior to the entrance examinations. The dates will be Tuesday 13 September, Thursday 15 September and Tuesday 27 September. Again, parents should register in advance at the following link:


Should you have any questions regarding the Open Morning, Taster Days, the admissions process or arrangements for the Entrance Exams (which for Year 7 September 2023 entry will take place on Saturday 5 November 2022), please direct them either to Mrs Vanessa Rooney or Miss Molly Geehan who make up the Admissions Team.

Family Information Service Directory


This new Directory not only looks better but has features that will improve searches for parents and practitioners to enhance their experience searching for childcare. We have also added pages around the new Directory to help provide information for parents on Early Education Funding, activities, support services and HAF.


The new Directory can be found here -


Information from SOLAR about children's mental health and where to find support 

The two documents below are from the children's mental health organisation SOLAR.  Please click on them to find out about understanding children's mental health and how to get free support. 

Solihull Household Support Fund

A new Solihull Household Support Fund has been made available to those most in need this summer and through until the end of September 2022.

With the cost-of-living crisis, many people are facing the stark choice of paying energy bills or eating. Help is available right now for those most in need in Solihull.


The Solihull Household Support Fund is now open for new applications.


Support provided:

  • Help with fuel bills and fuel debt, and
  • Servicing of boilers and repairs/replacement of broken boilers and heating systems


Provided through Act on Energy for vulnerable residents meeting certain criteria:

  • have an annual gross income of less than £30,000, or
  • receive a DWP benefit, free school meals or
  • referral from a school, foodbank, charity, health & care organisation, etc. 


Full criteria and details together with the online application form for support is available on our website SOLIHULL HOUSEHOLD SUPPORT FUND - Act On Energy


In addition, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council have also set up a range of provision to provide support to vulnerable residents. There is a dedicated webpage which summarises the support available Here2Help |

Understanding Your Child - A Solihull Approach Group for Parents and Carers

Solihull Parenting Team - Building Resilience in Children

Solihull Parenting Team - Teenagers - Struggling to Sleep?

For parents who have children with a diagnosis of autism (Cygnet Parenting Support Programme)

Understanding Your Child's Mental Health - Sessions for Parents