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Crackers' Family Forum/Volunteers

Forum Members

Chair - Cath Madden

Vice Chair - Maggie Judge

Secretary - Karen Bermingham Homes 

Treasurer - Kerry Dixon

Vice Treasurer - Yvonne Mawhinney

Member - Debbie Hughes, Claire Adler

Parish Member - Jo Teece

New Heights Member - Kerry Boffin

 

Closed due to COVID but will be resuming in the near future. New members will be welcome.

 

 

 

The forum is a group of volunteers (parents and carers from children at our school) who meet regularly to plan and organise various events throughout school and the local community. Our aim is to raise funds to help benefit all children and their families within the school and parish. New forum members are always welcome. Please see Cath Madden (07908 323720) if you are interested in joining or come along to our meetings if you wish to help. Even if you only have an hour to spare occasionally, we would still welcome your support (you don't have to attend meetings every week).

 

Another aspect of the forum is to welcome volunteers within school who wish to help with listening to children read, helping in the classroom, assisting with art and craft sessions, helping on trips, providing refreshments, baking cakes, gardening or offering a hand with any one of the numerous events that are held throughout the year. Anyone with a few hours each week to come in on a regular basis (same day/time) to listen to children read would be most welcome.  Anyone applying to become a volunteer in school will be subject to a DBS check to ensure the safety of the children in our care.  Please contact Cath Madden.

 

 

 

 

Crackers CTK Family Playgroup

Open every Tuesday (during school term time) 9-11am at the St. John's Centre (next to CTK Church).  The playgroup is lead by members of Crackers CTK Family Forum who are all DBS checked and first aid trained.

 

All 0-3year olds are welcome with an adult - £2.50 per adult with a child. 50p extra for any additional children over 12 months old. Cost includes a drink and snack for both adult and child, use of equipment and all craft materials.

 

 

 

The NEST Project is part of New Height’s portfolio of projects, aimed at tackling local deprivation and encouraging positive lifestyle changes. Based at New Heights community café in the heart of Kingstanding, the NEST project will provide domestic abuse counselling and welfare support to enable our community to flourish.

 

N –Nurture

E – Empower

S – Support

T – Transform

 

Services Provided

 

Housing Information and Advice; 

Benefits Information and Advice; 

Food Bank Referral; 

Grants/White Goods; 

1:1 Counselling; 

Group Counselling; and 

Partner Agency Training Request 

 

Referral forms can be obtained from either Christ the King School or New Heights Community Café.

 

NEST Project Team

New Heights Warren Farm Community Project

108 Warren Farm Road

Kingstanding

Birmingham

B44 0QN

 

Telephone:   0121 384 2333 (office)      

E Mail:          advice@new-heights.org.uk

Website:       www.new-heights.org.uk 

Facebook:    https://www.facebook.com/NewHeightswarrenFarm/

Twitter:         https://twitter.com/New_Heights_UK

 

     

 

Charity Reg. No. 1120869

 

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