Fit For All Briefing

Sunday 28 January 2024 at 3-4pm We’re going through the Fit for All project and what groups, organisations and schools need to be aware of and do in order to take part. For more details and to book a place or email. (more…)

Fit for All Briefing

Friday 26 January 2024 at 3.30-4.30pm We’re going through the Fit for All project and what groups, organisations and schools need to be aware of and do in order to take part. For more details and to book a place or email. (more…)

Fit for All Briefing

Wednesday 24 January 2024 at 10-11am We’re going through the Fit for All project and what groups, organisations and schools need to be aware of and do in order to take part. For more details and to book a place or email. (more…)

Get-Ahead Space

Welcome to Children’s Quarter’s Annual Members’ Meeting on July 7 AM and Lunch at All Saints Centre, Kings Heath, Birmingham.  The event is coupled with workshops; a community choir; and a magic show: the Get-Ahead Space aims to give participants shared space for creative thinking.  At Get-Ahead on Friday 7 July, CQ members and guests…Read moreRead more

Children’s Quarter AGM 2023 Notice

Friday 7 July 2023 9.15am-lunchtime at All Saints Centre, Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7RA CQ is a co-operative: it depends on members’ involvement and holds Members’ Meetings throughout the year.  The Annual Meeting gives member groups the chance to: hold the elected Board to account and to vote in Directors to represent them for the…Read moreRead more

Children Don’t Grow in Boxes… They Thrive in Communities!

Childrens’ Quarter Members and guests meet at SENTRE Childcare, Erdington, Birmingham B23 7EY on Thursday 23 March. Members will be sharing news and information about new, inclusive services that work on the basis of what children and young people can do – rather than what they can’t.  Hosts SENTRE will be talking about their approach. …Read moreRead more

Members’ Meeting – Neighbourhood Network Schemes

Children’s Quarter Members and guests at the Chinese Community Centre in Birmingham Disabled young people can reach the age of 19 to face not only issues around employment, training, welfare, housing, relationships, health, care and adult life but also a lack of any services funded to support them. CQ Members and other groups working with…Read moreRead more

CQ Members’ Meeting: Focus on Inclusive Youth Services

Children’s Quarter Members meet on 12 September at the Factory Youth Centre, Longbridge.  You’re welcome and so are your guests – so please do join us?  We’ll be hearing from member groups; creating space for catch-ups; and, this time, focusing on inclusive youth services. CQ Member groups Seven Up and ATHAC have both been highlighting…Read moreRead more

Children’s Quarter AGM – 19 May 11am

Welcome to our AGM!  Children’s Quarter is a cooperative with: Members that are groups or organisations – they get a vote in decisions Individual supporters – they don’t get a vote but can join in everything else we do a set of Rules – which describe our organisation as a non-profit company based on cooperative…Read moreRead more

Bridge to Better Local Offer

CQ Members and Supporters follow up on their Campaign for a Better Local Offer on December 3 with representatives of local councils and John Coughlan, the newly appointed Government Commissioner for SEND Services in Birmingham invited. Ofsted’s SEND Local Area Inspection Reports found: in Birmingham, that the City Council was: still without a strategy; still not…Read moreRead more