Marsh Hill, Erdington, Birmingham B23 7HY | Telephone: 0121 464 2920

Key Information

COVID-19 arrangements


Arrangements for September 2021

Please click here to access detailed information which explains how children will return to school in September 2021. We are currently using our reviewed risk assessment - please click here to access it.


Arrangments for March 2021

As of Monday 8th March, full attendance for all pupils is still mandatory and all children will be in full uniform. The ideal is still that children are in clean clothes every day if possible. Please click here to access further information about how we are welcoming children back into school. Click here to read our updated risk assessment, which has been written in-line with current government guidance. Please note that this risk assessment is subject to change at short notice.

COVID-19 Catch Up Premium Report

Since our school gets the coronavirus (COVID-19) catch-up premium grant in, we should publish details of:

  • how it is intended that the grant will be spent
  • how the effect of this expenditure on the educational attainment of those pupils at the school will be assessed

Please click here to read our COVID-19 Catch Up plan.


Families can visit the From Birmingham with Love website to find help for themselves or you can get in touch with your local team who can help to find the support they need with food, fuel and family support, including parenting advice.


Arrangements for January 2021

In line with government guidance, we are currently overseeing the school-based provision of children of critical workers, where childcare can't be organised. Please click here to access information about our updated arrangements. Please click here to view our updated risk assessment, as of January 2021.

Remote Education / Learning from Home

In order for you, as parents/cares to understand the type of remote education that we are providing, please click here for more information. The document explains the approaches we are taking to provide your child with the best quality of remote education that we can possibly deliver. 

Support for families

Please click here to access a document (from Birmingham Children's Partnership) which contains useful information for families who need emergency and ongoing help.  Please click here to access information about free school meals for children during the upcoming half term, provided by Newton Community SDA Church.

Government Guidance

Government guidance as of Thursday 5th November - please click here.

Bubble Closures

A letter for children in Years 2 - 6 regarding COVID-19

A letter for children in Reception regarding COVID-19

A letter for children in Year 1 regarding COVID-19

Parent letter with guidance relating to getting a test


Contact information for Birmingham Educational Psychology Service about supporting pupils with their return to school


Below you will find a range of documents that have been created in response to our re-opening of school, in line with government guidance. The most recent documents are located at the top of the list. Please contact the School Office if you have any queries.

Information for September 2020 - This link was updated on Tuesday 1st September

Risk Assessment for October 2020 onward - This link was updated on Tuesday 13th October

Please click here to view a video which shows how our some of our classrooms will be organised for the return of all children.



Marsh Hill's Action Plan

June and July 2020:

Parent letter for Year 4 pupils      Parent letter for Year 3 pupils      Parent letter for Year 2 pupils

Parent letter for Year 5 pupils      Parent letter for Year 6 pupils      Parent letter for Year 1 pupils       Parent letter for Reception pupils


Opening information - as of Monday 8th June

Click to see how we are making our classrooms safe


The link below provides parents and carers with important information released by the government . . . 

What parents and carers need to know about schools, colleges and other education settings during the coronavirus outbreak 


Birmingham City Council have released a statement on the re-opening of Birmingham schools. Plesae click here to access the statement.

If your son or daughter is having difficulties with their emotions or behaviour at home, and you’d like some help about what to try next, please get in touch with the school and we can arrange for our Behaviour Advisor (Simon Currigan) to give you a call. Any information you share will be remain confidential.

Guidance and support relating to mental health can also be accessed here:


Further resources to support home learning

Click here to view a poster about how you can support reading at home.

Click here to watch a virtual assembly, which has been created by NSPCC.

Click here to read a child-friendly book about coronavirus. Here is another book for you to share.


Finally, we've created a short video for you to watch . . . enjoy! Click here