Sunday 25th May – 7:30 pm at Moseley Community Hub.
496 Moseley Road, Balsall Heath, B12 9AH
Over the last six months plus we have been discussing the benefit of having a school dog at both the secondary and primary schools. Academic research has shown that dogs working and helping in the school environment can help to achieve the following:
After much research and discussions with primary stakeholders and other SEN schools and colleges who have successfully introduced a dog, we feel ready to make this commitment. I am really pleased to now introduce Simba!
Our free first aid course for parents will be starting again next week in partnership with Smartlyte.
The 4 week course will be running at Malvern Street, starting Friday 10th May and Braithwaite Road, starting Monday 13th May.
On Saturday 9th April, we as a school where invited to watch Wasps vs Worcester in an exclusive box. The pupils had an amazing time and were given so many wonderful gifts that they will not forget in a hurry!
St. Paul’s Community Development Trust are happy to announce that following lengthy discussions with a number of organisations agreement has been reached with The Active Wellbeing Society (TAWS) that will secure the long term viability of the Balsall Heath City Farm.
Threatened with closure since December 2018 St. Paul’s have been working with a number of organisations to try to secure the long-term viability of the City Farm. Now agreement has been reached with TAWS which means that the farm which has operated in Balsall Heath for over 40 years will remain open.
Wehida Mulla – Language Through Play Worker (St. Paul’s Trust Children’s Centre)
I am running the Rotary Shakespeare Full Marathon in Stratford-upon-Avon on Sunday 28th April 2019 to help raise money to support Balsall Heath City Farm stay open.
This lovely farm is set to close unless new money can be raised. Unless funding can be found the closure will go ahead.
St. Barnabas Nursery has been a part of the St Paul’s nursery provision for 11 years. The service that the team have provided to children and parents has always been excellent and a real credit to St. Paul’s.
In December 2018 Trustees of St Paul’s carried out a review of the organisations’ business activity and took a decision based on financial considerations to dispose of St Barnabas nursery. This was a very difficult decision but made easier as the manager of the setting Noreen Khan proposed that she take over the business under a new company. Trustees accepted this proposal.
We have a number of services running on a Tuesday and Wednesday for the 50+ at the Farm & Venture on Malvern Street (Just off of the Clifton Road).
(*) Starting 3rd April 2019
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