Sports to Inclusion – 24 Jan 10-12.30, Hamstead Hall

We’re looking into how schools, groups and organisations are making opportunities for inclusion through sport and physical activity. One quarter of Birmingham children and young people are at risk of being left out from the mainstream- through disability, mental health or other needs, and a wide range of other factors; Children’s Quarter members and supporters…Read moreRead more

Why Improving School-Community Links Matters

Schools are increasingly ‘hiding’ children and young people who don’t ‘fit the box’; Children’s Quarter wants to improve the links between schools and communities so that ALL young people get a good education.  We’ve been highlighting the way school exclusions are being used – and in November 2018 held a Children’s Quarter event on improving…Read moreRead more

Schools & Communities – Cooperating for Inclusion Nov 20 Birmingham

Join Tim Brighouse, Mick Waters and Children’s Quarter Member Groups at this event looking at how schools and communities can work together better for vulnerable children.  The Children’s Quarter Co-operative is aiming to develop and launch a charter describing how schools and communities can work together better, at the event on November 20. DOWNLOAD THE…Read moreRead more

Inclusive Health – 13 September Digbeth

If you care about how children and young people – including those who are disabled or who experience mental illness – are served in Birmingham, then please come to this open event on Inclusive Health organised by Children’s Quarter (and stay on for some lunch and to join us as a supporter).  Inclusive Health Children…Read moreRead more

Learn for Real: Chelmsley Wood, 14 June 10am

Meriden ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND Thurs 14 June 10am at Moorend Avenue B37 5TB ALI WOOD  Chair of Meriden Adventure Playground Association hosts the first  Children’s Quarter Learning for Real event – a series of informal occasions when we go out and about to find the difference Member organisations make. Join Ali, her colleagues and other CQ Members for the morning…Read moreRead more

Head of Birmingham Children’s Trust at Children’s Quarter – 19 April

Children’s Quarter at Birmingham City University, Perry Barr on Thursday 19 April 10.45-12.30 with: Andrew Couldrick, Head of Birmingham Children’s Trust’; Laura Watts presenting the Campaign for Inclusive Childcare and other guest speakers. Further details and book your place (more…)