Your teachers in Year 2 are Miss Vasey, Miss Adderley and Miss Trottman. Your teaching support assistants are Miss Manning, Mrs Eldridge and Miss Luckman.
If you have any queries please don't hesitate to speak to one of us. We will be happy to help.
Please ensure your child has a water bottle in school every day. They are able to fill it up with fresh water from the water fountain on a daily basis.
What is a Young Carer?
A Young Carer is aged between 5 and 18 years old, who looks after someone (family member or friend) who has an illness, disability, mental health condition or an alcohol/ substance dependency. Young Carers take on practical and/or emotional caring responsibilities that would normally be expected of an adult.
What does Fordbridge offer for Young Carers?
At Fordbridge Community Primary we offer help and support for all Young Carers. We understand that Young Carers can be dealing with a lot at home and we believe it is important that they have someone to talk to and support them in school with their learning. We provide a Young Carers group where the Young Carer can discuss any worries or issues that they may have regarding any family or extended family member. The Young Carers group may also include children who are worried or anxious about a family member because of physical health or mental health issues.
Who to Contact at Fordbridge?
If you think you may be a Young Carer, know someone who is or for help and advice speak to Mrs D Hicks or Miss E Trotman. If you decide to speak to us about being a Young Carer, all information will be treated confidentially.
You can also contact Solihull Young Carers directly on 0121 788 1143 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are Solihull Young Carers?
The Carers Trust, formally known as The Princess Royal Trust for Carers has 144 centres across Britain supporting unpaid carers. Solihull Carers Centre has been established for 10 years. We are Solihull’s lead organisation for carers and we have an extensive range of services to help support carers of all ages.