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Cherry Oak School

Working Together for Success

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Cherry Oak School

Working Together for Success


Keeping In Touch

Keeping In Touch


During this difficult time when Cherry Oak School is closed to all pupils and staff, we want to stay in touch with all of our families. Teachers will be phoning families at least twice a week to support you. If you are not able to answer the phone then please email your child's class teacher to arrange an alternative time. Please also use the email address to keep us updated on the work your child is doing at home. We would love to see the work that your child is doing. We are all missing your wonderful children and would really appreciate you cheering us up with some lovely news about them!


Class Teacher  Email

Lucy Lucas

Kathryn Tovey


Karina Johnson

Elle Vance


Mihir Deb 
Sycamore Roya
Willow Marie



Outside Agencies That Can Provide Support


Thank you to all our families who have been staying in contact at this difficult time. Our teachers and leadership team will continue to stay in contact with you through phone calls and emails. We also wanted to let you know that there are other organisations that are offering their help.


Allens Croft Prescription Service


Allens Croft Prescription line during lockdown

If your child's medication is usually arranged by Allens Croft and you need a new prescription, then please phone their prescription line on  0121 466 4727

You will be put through to a recorded message giving you instructions on the information you need to provide and you will then be able to leave a message requesting the prescription. Please ensure you request the prescription 10 working days before you require it. 


Birmingham Educational Psychology Service Support Line


Resources for Autism is a registered charity. They provide practical services for children and adults with a diagnosis of autism and for those who care for them. 





SENDIASS - Covid-19 Advice & Support



Special School Nursing Service Information Regarding Coronavirus




If you are concerned for the welfare of a child, you can contact Birmingham Children's Trust direct on 0121 303 1888. Alternatively you can phone the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000 or use their online reporting tool. Contact can be made anonymously.