Covid-19 information

In light of the many changes due to Covid-19 and the implications of these changes, we now have a section of our school website dedicated to very specific information. Click on the tab marked “Covid-19 updates and support” or click HERE to access information regarding:
  • Online Learning (Using ClassCharts, uploading work and remote learning updates
  • Free Schools meals (Existing and new applications, and accessing Yardley Trust funding)
  • Health and Wellbeing for pupils and parents (Resources, links, help and advice)

Interested in a career in Teaching?

We have several training partners at Hall Green School, please click on the links below for further teacher training information and details about application: University of Birmingham


or King Edward’s Consortium (

Further information: Year 10, keyworker and vulnerable pupils

Further information: Year 10, keyworker and vulnerable pupils

From Monday 15th June Hall Green School is open to all keyworker and vulnerable pupils from Years 7 to 11, and on that day we are also looking forward to welcoming back our Isengard pupils in Year 10 (only), with Year 10 Shire on Tuesday 16th, Year 10 Lorien on Wednesday 17th and Year 10 Rivendell on Thursday 18th. All pupils preparing to come into school must read the safety guidance (attached) so they know exactly what is expected of them, and all pupils must follow this guidance at all times. They will also be issued with a letter requesting consent for them to take part in out upcoming online lessons, and it is very important they return this to us once you have signed it. A copy of the letter is also attached to this message.


We would like to reassure you that we have done everything we can to ensure school is safe for staff and pupils. We are all looking forward to seeing our pupils and supporting them during their return to school.


Live Lessons Permission Letter

Hall Green School Arrangements for Year 10 to Return to School

Birmingham School Games Challenge Portal

Birmingham School Games Challenge Portal

Our School Games Officer (Hannah Reed) has provided another wonderful opportunity for you to engage in School Games via a number of challenges. Sign up at and follow the instructions to register. Pupils under 13 years of age must be registered by a parent. Once registered you can take part, record and submit your scores with the opportunity to win badges! For further details, see the attached documents.


The Birmingham Public Health Division (BPHD) survey: The BPHD are inviting Birmingham citizens, organisations and communities to engage with their COVID-19 Impact Questionnaire.

WMP ACC Matt Ward has today (2 June) expressed the force’s outrage at the death of George Floyd in the US and it's commitment to peaceful protest here in the Midlands. Please do not get drawn into violent or criminal activity in order to show support.

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