growing UP!

One in four children is disabled or has mental health or other additional needs that make them vulnerable. Helping them handle transitions to adulthood depends on families, communities and services working together. As schools go back this September, Childrens Quarter is focusing on how co-operative working, initiatives and projects are helping vulnerable children and young people…Read moreRead more

Do We Need a Better Local Offer?

We think SEND children, young people and their families in Birmingham should have a better Local Offer. Join us by Zoom on 8th and 22nd July to share your experience… The City Council has been given funds by government to improve the Local Offer. The Council says it wil use most of this money to…Read moreRead more

Member Meeting – Here Comes The Summer!

Here come the Summer Holidays – and a chance for CQ Members to share plans and preparations beforehand.  More than 20 CQ Members will be working on Fit For All over the holidays – providing a summer of adventure for more than 500 vulnerable children and young people in Birmingham.  In Solihull, CQ Members are…Read moreRead more

Do We Need a Better Local Offer?

We think SEND children, young people and their families in Birmingham should have a better Local Offer. Join us by Zoom on 8th and 22nd July to share your experience… The City Council has been given funds by government to improve the Local Offer. The Council says it wil use most of this money to…Read moreRead more

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Make a Sensory Wall (or Floor)

Glue Collective take you through how to create a fun opportunity for messy, sensory play upcycling items from in and around the home.  This video shows you how: A sensory wall gives touch, colour, texture and sound senses.   It’s an invitation for children to explore through their senses and discover more about what they like. …Read moreRead more

Making Puppets

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Sow Some Seeds

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Papier Mâché Heads

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Mud, Mud, Marvellous Mud

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