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Parenting Advice & Resources

Bring it on Brum! is back for Spring 2023!

Spring Holiday Clubs

Bring it on Brum! is running FREE activity clubs in Birmingham for those aged 4-16 who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals. Clubs will run for 4 or 8 days during the spring (Easter) school holidays; Monday 3rd to Thursday 6th April and Tuesday 11th to Friday 14th April 2023.

Each child is eligible to attend a maximum of 4 sessions during the spring school holidays.

Activities include sports and games, arts and crafts, cookery, dance and music. Programmes will vary depending on the type and location of each local club, but every day there will be a nutritious meal served up for free!

Parents/carers will be able to book spring holiday clubs from Monday 13th March 2023 at: The website will be updated regularly as new providers are confirmed so if they can’t find a suitable holiday club straight away, encourage them to check back regularly.

Can’t attend a face-to-face holiday club?
For families with children who are not able to access face-to-face holiday clubs, activity packs are also available for the spring school holiday. Packs are available for primary or secondary age, based on one per eligible child.

Families can register for a free spring activity pack from Monday 13th March 2023; registrations close on Wednesday 22nd March 2023 or as soon as all activity packs have been allocated.

More information on the activity packs and how to register can be found at:  

Booked but can’t attend?

During the 2022 programmes, there were a number of non-attendees. If parents/carers book an activity for their child/ren and they can no longer attend, they should please contact the provider to cancel, so the space can be given to another child.

For any queries or further information please contact:

More Parent & Carer links from Birmingham City Council:

Warm Welcome Spaces

Cost of Living Support

Please find below a series of information videos about supporting  young people with Autism at home and school. If you need any further help or guidance please call school on 01214720876: - Autism and Social Interaction - Autism and Communication - Autism and Information Processing - Autism and Sensory Processing

Click on the link below to visit the Place 2 Be Website that has lots of videos and articles to support with some common parenting issues:

Place 2 Be Website

Northfield Community Partnership - Warm Welcome Community Hub

Northfield Community Partnership - Warm Welcome Community Hub - Click here 

Click on the link above for details of the Cosy Community Club offering free meals, support and a warm place to be over the winter.