Important Information Regarding School Reopening

Dear Parents/Carers

To enable us to appropriately prepare the building for a full reopening, school will be closed to all critical worker and vulnerable pupils on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th March. This will allow for staff training, deep cleaning of the site and preparation of learning spaces for Monday 8th .

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Hodge Hill Community Advice

Our Community Connector Team are qualified, skilled professionals, who will be available every week to listen and provide you with early help, advice and support.

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COVID-19 Support

We know that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown continues to be felt globally. Many people are facing extremely difficult circumstances because of this, which has resulted in a worrying and anxious time for many people. Below you can find a list of organisations should you or your family need further support in these unprecidented times.

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Half Term Free School Meal Vouchers

In order to continue to support eligible parents and pupils with access to free school meals (FSM) during the February half term, Birmingham City Council have provided a one-off supermarket eVoucher for each eligible pupil in Reception to Year 6. Birmingham City Council have provided these voucher codes which can be redeemed online for a range of supermarkets.

If you are eligible and have received a text message from school with your digital eVoucher cheque, please follow these steps to order your supermarket eVoucher:

PDSS Spring 21 Newsletter

The Physical Difficulties Support Service (PDSS) provides specialist support to schools/settings and Children and Young Persons who have –

  • a moderate/significant physical difficulty as their primary need.
  • a medical condition, which affects their physical access to the school day. 
The team support mainstream schools and settings to remove barriers to pupil’s access, learning, social interaction and developing independence.

Brighter Beginnings: Workshops for parents/carers

Learn from our trainers in a supportive, non-judgemental space.
Hear other parents' experiences; share as much or as little of your story as you wish.

Newsletter - February 2021

I hope that you are all well and keeping safe through yet another long and difficult lockdown. 

As always, we have worked collaboratively to ensure that learning continues to happen for all children either through online learning or through the paper packs that have been prepared. I would like to thank you all for the support that you are providing to your children so that they are learning and engaging as much as they can with school, their teachers and their peers. I would also like to thank all the Highfield team for the work that they are doing too.

Transition into Secondary School

The Communication and Autism Team would like to invite you to a session to consider planning ahead for your child’s secondary transfer. There will be an opportunity to ask questions to the C/AT representatives about supporting your child/young person during the current situation and the focus of the meeting will be to give you information about the application process and types of provision available.

Please click on the links below for more information.

Tuesday 9th February 2021

Wednesday 10th February 2021

Birmingham Children's Partnership

As lockdown three begins, we want to let you know about the help that is available to families. Please find detailed information about where you can find help for now and the longer term. If you want to talk to someone about help please contact your local team who can advise on all issues for all families.

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Contact Us

Highfield Junior & Infant School
Highfield Road
B8 3QF

Phone: 0121 647 1708



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