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Free School Meals

Registering your child for free school meals could mean they could be offered fresh, warm and balanced meals at school for free. This will aid in their ability to focus in lessons and support their well-being.

Click Here if you would like to find out more in regards to free school meals.

Hall Green Secondary School on Sky News

We recently featured in a news story on Sky News detailing the work of Dr Irfan Khawaja at Birmingham City University around inclusion with a focus on PE and Ramadhan.  We are proud of our inclusive work at Hall Green School and thank Dr Khawaja for helping us with this important work.   You can watch the news coverage here.

Year 9 Options Choices

This is a video from Mr Hosfield explaining how the Year 9 Options Process works and provides pupils and parents help and advice on what choices they should make.

Click on each Department link for information. Art & Textiles, Art, Business Studies, Computer Science, Design & Technology, Food Preparation & Nutrition, Geography, Health & Social Care, History, MFL, Music, PE

STEPS TO SUCCESS

The PE department are launching a new programme called Steps to Success which we would like Parents to help engage with, to support their child with their wellbeing as well as their own. It is to be launched in lessons this week and It builds on from the Wellbeing day before half term. The whole family can get involved and for those families that are the most engaged, they may be in with a chance of winning a food hamper.

Download the PDF information here.
Watch a pre-recorded webinar click here

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Careers Guidance

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