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Summer Holiday Clubs:
Bring it on Brum! is running FREE activity clubs in Birmingham for those aged 4-16 who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals. Throughout the summer school holidays, each club runs for up to 4 weeks and each child is eligible to attend a maximum of 16 sessions.
Activities include sports and games, arts and crafts, cookery, dance and music. Programmes will vary depending on the type of provision and location of each club, but every day young people will get a nutritious meal served up for free!
During previous programmes, we had a significant number of young people book clubs which they did not attend. This takes away from other children who would like to attend. If you book an activity for your child/ren, and they can no longer attend, please contact the provider to cancel the spaces, so these can be made available for other children.
Your summer Bring it on Brum! (HAF/FSM) code is: 3307013
You will need this code to book your summer holiday activities through the Bring it on Brum! Website or directly with the holiday club of your choice. You will also need this code to request a summer activity pack (one per eligible child).
Bookings for summer holiday clubs will open from Monday 3rd July 2023 at: www.bringitonbrum.co.uk.
- 06/07/2023: "Communication workshop" by Shelley Soni (Speech and Language Therapist)
For more information please feel free to contact Masuma Rajwani on 0121 773 4637 / firstname.lastname@example.org
To get support for your child, young people, or family, please complete the Family Connect Form for self-identification and give as much detail as possible. This will enable them to understand your needs and provide appropriate support from within the Early Help Partnership around
- Food support & funding
- Youth support
- Housing /Furniture
- Emergency funding
- Domestic abuse
- Money and debt advice
- Digital & IT access
- School uniforms & clothing
- Child & adult mental health support and much more
If you would like support with completing the connect form, please contact the school at 0121 773 4637
Birmingham’s SEND Local Offer Website
Here you will find help, advice and information about the services available for your child or young person from birth to 25 years with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND).
From Birmingham with Love
'From Birmingham with Love' is a suite of help for all families and children in Birmingham. It includes help with food, finances, parenting, drug and alcohol abuse, bereavement, domestic violence and mental health.
The Waiting Room
This is your one-stop directory for health and wellbeing services across Birmingham and Solihull.
Speech and Language Support
The following resources are available to support Speech and Language.