This is the page to come to if you need help with anything. We have tried to round up as much information as we can to help point you in the right direction.
"Woodhouse is truly a special school where you feel like family and part of the wider community, the entire staff are wonderful and contribute to the spirit." - Parent of Y4 and Y6 children.
"The staff really care about my children's education, doing all they can to encourage them to be the best they can be, not only academically but also in terms of personal growth. The school work in synergy with parents, with a variety of support openly available for both parents and children. I feel listened to as a parent, with the school open to feedback and constantly striving to become better." - Parent of Y3 and Y5 children.
Our Inclusion Team are able to support in a variety of ways and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails are monitored during school hours.
Mental Health Support
It is always to look after our mental health. For young people aged 11-25 there are forums, guides and counselling available at Kooth. If your child 0-25 needs support, get in touch with Pause by calling 0207 841 4470 or email email@example.com. Adults can get support from MIND by calling 0121 262 3555. Or for urgent help call Forward Thinking Birmingham on 0300 300 0099.
Help for Young People
If you’re worried about the mental health of your child, you can find out more on the Young Minds website and ChildLine have some great resources for young people to look through. Whatever’s happening, there are ways to cope and help everyone stay safe.
The Mental Health Foundation have some amazing website pages to help young people. They also made available a booklet called The Anxious Child for parents and carers wanting to know more about anxiety in children and young people.
If you’ve lost your job, or are struggling for food or rent there are services that can help. Local welfare provision can make a big difference if you are in a crisis and need food, fuel or basic white goods. Discretionary Housing Payments may be able to help with rent.
Problems with Drugs & Alcohol
A new, discrete app called Staying Free is available on Android or Apple. Use the code “birmingham11” for pre-paid access. To speak to someone call Change Grow Live.
To support your child or family following a bereavement, you can get help by calling 0121 687 8010 or from Cruse.
Early Help for Families
If anyone in your family needs more help, from public services or community groups, then please contact our voluntary sector local leads. We have ten areas which can connect you to support across the city.
If you are worried about a child, please call Birmingham’s Children's Advice and Support Service on 0121 303 1888. In an emergency, including child abuse, contact the Police on 999. You can also chat to the Police.
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