A very warm welcome to Light Hall School!
This is the first thing we would like to say to parents/carers and students in these difficult times, as we are unable to say it in person.
This page is designed to make you feel as welcome as possible, and to try and help you find all the information you need to feel part of our Light Hall family.
Had the school been open, our usual transition programme would have seen both parents/carers and students invited into school for two important events: the parents and students’ information evening, and the transition day for the year 6 students.
We have tried to virtually recreate these events for you, with key addresses from the Headteacher, Mrs Kimblin, the Progress and Development Leaders, the House Tutors, Subject Teachers and more. Click on the tabs below where we will walk you through the information and activities that would usually have been on offer for these events.
We also have information on the following:
- Details of our uniform policy and details of how to contact our uniform suppliers
- A link to our school shop
- A virtual tour of the school
- FAQ section
We hope that you have everything you need to make a positive start at Light Hall in the Autumn term. However, if you can’t find what you are looking for, or are just unsure, please use our dedicated contact button to get in touch.
We look forward to meeting you all when schools re-open, and hope that you and your families remain safe and well.
From all of us at The Light Hall Team.
We are really sorry we cannot welcome you into school at the moment so we have tried recreate the evening for you.
Please click on the clips below to see:
- An introduction from Mrs Mohomed
- Welcoming address to Parents from the Headteacher
- Welcoming address to our new students from the Headteacher
- Mrs White – our Head of Transition
- Welcome from each House Progress & Development Leader
Here a a few useful websites for mental health and to support emotional well-being:
- SOLAR – Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Barnardo’s and Autism West Mid-lands work together to provide emotional wellbeing and mental health services for children and young people in Solihull. Link to SOLAR services
- Young Minds website has a variety of resources and information about mental health issues in children and young people, including specific advice about how Coronavirus may affect mental health.Support, information and advice for 11-17 year olds. Link to Young Minds
- Free, anonymous online counselling and support for young people. Link to Kooth
- Everyday mindfulness, meditation and relaxation for stress, anxiety and to promote sleep. Link to Headspace
The school does have an online shop where you can buy essential items.
How to Order:
- Decide which items you need
- Using the button below, place your order through your Parentpay account
- Your child can collect their order from Student Services