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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!




Solihull Parent Carer Voice have several events coming up over the next 6 weeks that you may be interested in:


29th March 10am – 1pm:  SEND Community Event

4th April 1pm - 2.30pm: Meeting for Parents with Early Years Professionals.

4th April 6pm – 7.30pm: VIRTUAL meeting for parents to discuss the Solihull Strategy for Inclusive Education.

5th April 10am – 11.30am: VIRTUAL meeting for parents to discuss the Solihull Strategy for Inclusive Education

27th April 10am – 12pm: Meeting for parents with SOLAR

5th May 5pm – 6.30pm: Workshop for parents on supporting your child’s mental health through exam season (SATs, end of year exams, GCSE’s, A Levels)

Further information and the links to register for places at these events, or the links for the virtual events are on our Facebook page- Solihull Parent Carer Voice, or on our website- Upcoming Events – Solihull Parent Carer Voice (

Ruth Tennent, Solihull Director of Public Health, has written to all parents and carers about the removal of Plan B measures and what this means for education settings. 

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

Holiday activities and food programme (HAF) - free online Yogabugs access

As part of the winter HAF offer, YogaBugs gave free access to its online yoga and mindfulness website to all families in Solihull in receipt of benefit-related free school meals. YogaBugs has now extended this offer until the end of February 2022.  Click on the document below for more information:

Solihull Household Support Fund


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


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 £30,000or

·         receive a DWP means tested benefit, 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 |




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

External Club - Football