Communication from SMBC regarding the use of face coverings in school
Visit the September Start page for more about uniform, decided essentials, tutoring, structure of the day and other information with document links:
Letter from 3 September containing information about service routes, suppliers and bus passes:
A letter about potential changes to transport services can be viewed from the link below:
Information of how PE will work and the steps we will be implementing to keep students safe:
When logging into your email account use your school email address (not your normal login,) for example use:
Contact us if you need to reset your password. It is not possible to do this yourself outside school.
You will need to email your Maths Teacher from your school email address. You will be notified when when it is reset.
Our Maths Department have the following suggestions for support pupils developing their core skills in Maths.
The Solihull School nursing team have created a short video for students about ‘Stress & Anxiety’. Video link below:
Pastoral support it still available and you can access our pages on the website. Other resources are available such as Kooth.com which offers online support for the well-being and resilience of young people.
The Solihull School Nurses would like all the Young people of Solihull to be aware that School Nurses are still available for advice and support during the school closures and the Easter Holiday.
We can be accessed by a number of ways…
The council have sent this link for the students and pupils of all schools.
Read the latest Newsletter from the Social, Emotional and Mental Health Team at Solihull. Includes tips on relaxation, mindfulness and coping with stress. Download…
Family Telephone Support Line: 0121 779 1734
In order to support families during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Solihull Community Educational Psychology Service is providing direct access telephone consultation services for parents and carers. Download the flyer for more information…
Heart of England School is a Secondary school and Sixth Form in the Borough of Solihull, for students between 11-18 years of age (Years 7 to 13)
The school was founded in 1957 and has just celebrated 60 years of education for children in the local area and is an integral part of the local community of Balsall Common and the surrounding area.