We understand the stress and anxiety that students and parents will be experiencing. Tutors will continue to keep a close eye on students’ resilience and wellbeing. We have excellent pastoral care in place for any student who requires it. Should you have any concerns about your child’s welfare, please do not hesitate to contact their tutor to discuss any additional support we can provide.
Mr O’Brien (DSL) & Miss Hyde (DDSL)
Mrs Patel, Mr Robinson & Miss Lewis (DDSL)
Your email will only go to the staff in this team.
The emails are checked between 9:00am and 3:30pm weekdays during Term Time.
You can also speak to the team on 0121 729 7160 during normal school hours.
We know as parents and carers it can be difficult to know how best to support your child. Here are some quick tips for supporting your child outside of the virtual school day:
Remember, you are not alone, many parents are facing the same challenges. Gov.UK provides some detailed guidance on the website and you will find more information in the pamphlets below.
Outside of the school community, there are several support services available to students and parents:
YoungMinds provide help and advice on mental health for both children and their parents.
Every Mind Matters provides expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing.
For foodbanks visit Find Foodbanks Brum
Kooth is an online chat and resources website providing direct help for 10 – 25yr olds.