Parent Courses

Mrs Gibbon works closely with Hodge Hill early help team to support as many families at Hillstone as possible, allowing parents to talk about and solve issues that they may encounter.

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LifeSkills Sessions

Are you looking to build your …

  • Confidence and social networks?
  • Finance and employability skills?

If so, please click the button to find out more about attending our forthcoming free

LifeSkills Sessions.

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Parent Webinars

Please view the flyer for free Parent webinars.

Use the links in the flyer to book via the Local Offer website

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Food Bank

We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. We are all feeling the financial squeeze at the moment.

At Hillstone we are a registered member of the Kingfisher foodbank and can refer families that need that little be extra.

The food bank provides three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them. They are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.

If a food bank voucher would be useful to you, please contact the school and ask for Mrs Gibbon.


Everything that you need to know about GroceryAid, the industry charity. Find out about the people they help, the history of a charity over 160 years old and the people who volunteer to guide and work for GroceryAid.

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Cost of living and family support

Mental health & well-being support

You're not alone

Access support from other young people and professionals, all at your own pace

“During these unprecedented times, our team is here providing easily accessible mental health support for our children and young people. These services are provided to offer emotional support, guidance and reassurance to young people in Birmingham who may find the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation overwhelming.

If you have any concerns our urgent and critical care services are still available to support when you need them.

Kooth is a new free, digital counselling service to support young people’s emotional and mental health in Birmingham. We know young people have been worried about exams being cancelled and the impact of Covid-19 on their loved ones.

Kooth gives children and young people (11-25) the opportunity to access online counselling from qualified counsellors and Emotional Well-being Practitioner who are available 12 noon until 10pm Monday-Friday and 6pm-10pm on Saturday and Sunday, 365 days per year.”

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Domestic abuse support for women