Learn for Real, Holford Drive Sports HUB 5 March

Join CQ Members, supporters and guests at Holford Drive Sports HUB in Perry Barr for ‘Learn for Real’ – a series of peer learning events looking at our members’ outstanding practice and experience. Holford Drive is a Community Sports Hub which aims to improve the health and well being of the local community through the provision…Read moreRead more

New Groups Join Children’s Quarter

Children’s Quarter welcomes four more member organisations to the co-op this summer: Norton Hall Children & Family Centre, The Springfield Project, Creative Active Lives and Football Funatics have all signed up. Norton Hall Children & Family Centre is one of the most well-established groups supporting children, parents and families in Birmingham, having been working for…Read moreRead more

Football Fun-atics in Kings Heath Park

Admission to fun football sessions which include children and young people with additional needs is free in Kings Heath Park this summer thanks to Football Fun-atics.  They are supported by Happy Healthy Holidays and – with Children’s Quarter – helping to ensure Birmingham’s healthy exercise and eating program for children and young people is accessible…Read moreRead more

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

CQ Survey of Services for Children and Young People

Help Children’s Quarter to map the provision of services for children and young people in Birmingham and the West Midlands. Children’s Quarter is partnering with Birmingham City University’s Centre for the Study of Practice and Culture in Education (CSPACE) to map services for children and young people in Birmingham and the West Midlands.  In particular, the…Read moreRead more