NEW: Occupational Therapy advice line: Mon-Fri (9am-4pm): 0121 683 2325
|17th July||Letter from Thrive CEO - Richard Chapman
Calthorpe Academy COVID19 Risk Assessment - If you have any suggestions regarding the Covid-19 risk assessment please contact us via email@example.com.
Click the link below to read an important letter to parents and carers from Birmingham City Council:
Calthorpe Academy will be closed during half-term holidays.
A letter will be sent before the end of this week about our plans for after the holidays.
If you have any concern or questions please contact us.
Birmingham Children's Trust safeguarding enquiries: 0121 675 3249
The Department of Health's list of those at highest risk from Coronavirus includes all of our students to varying degrees. Their advice is clear that these students should stay remain at home. For this reason we have decided to remain closed for all students except:
If your child is not in our vulnerable category the school will be closed to your child until further notice, unless you meet key worker criteria. Please contact us if you have any questions or queries.
|8th April||A list of organisations ready to help people in Birmingham are:|
|Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid
0808 800 0028
|Birmingham Housing Options Hub:
0808 169 9604
|Birmingham Council Housing
0121 303 7410 or 0121 303 2296/4806
|Adult Social Care
0121 303 1234 or 0121 675 4806
|Children’s Social Care
0121 303 1888 or 0121 675 4806
|West Midlands Police
|7th April||Local Authority Parent Helplines|
|Communication and Autism Help|
|Early Years Inclusion Support|
|Educational Psychology Help|
|Learning Difficulties Help|
|Physical Difficulties Support Service Help|
|School Support Help|
|Sensory Support Help|
|The Childrens Occupational Therapy Service|
|Top Ten Tips to help your child|
|2nd April||Latest Information and Advice from Birmingham City Council|
Calthorpe Academy will be closed for Easter Holidays from Friday 3rd April 2020.
England's Chief Medical Officer, Professor Chris Whitty and Dr Jenny Harries, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, have both stated that cases could peak over Easter Holidays. We believe that social distancing will be more important than providing child care over Easter.
If you have any safeguarding concern please contact visit:
OR you could contact Calthorpe Academy DSL (|Designated Safeguarding Lead) on mobile: 07539205895.
|25th March||Educational psychologist telephone helpline for parents and carers|
|24th March||NHS Letter to Parents|
|24th March||School Nursing Leaflet|
|23rd March||Message from Leader of NAHT|
|20th March||Coronavirus Partial Closure Letter|