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Grace Mary Parent and Toddler Stay & Play


Being held every Friday (term time only). Please come and join us!




Parenting Support


Raising a family is one of the most challenging things any of us will ever do.


Children need love, attention, patience, meals, clothes, guidance and boundaries - often all before 8.30 in the morning!


Sometimes as parents we have our own issues to deal with, or circumstances such as disability, moving to a new area, or family conflict which can make the challenges even greater.


Our vision for effective parenting is that there will be no stigma attached to parents seeking help to strengthen their parenting skills in order to support their children and raise aspirations. Most people become parents with excitement and anticipation, but the pressures of today's world can make parenthood difficult and isolating. Parenting programmes provide opportunities to learn and improve skills, often problems arise, or indeed, before becoming a parent. They also provide a chance to meet and share experiences with other parents and make new friends. 



Murray Hall Community Trust


'Valuing People, Valuing Communities.'

During these unprecedented times, Murray Hall want to reassure all our local children, adults, communities, partners and funders that we remain committed to providing ongoing essential support to our local community whilst ensuring the safety of our staff and volunteers

Sandwell Council Family Information Service


Sandwell Family Life


Supporting young people and families to get the best from life. Click here to be taken to their website.

There is lots of information on the website to help with things such as Counselling and Listening, Exercise, Sport & Recreation, Holiday Activities, Emergency Help and Managing Your Money to name a few. 


Rowley Family Hub

Sandwell Talking Healthy Minds


Sandwell Healthy Minds provides both psychological therapies service for people who are experiencing common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and stress as well as supporting people on their personal journey towards a meaningful and satisfying life, where hope, opportunity and choice are the key elements through our Recovery College.


The Service is open to anyone who is age 16 and over and registered with a Sandwell GP.


Cost of Living - Family Support Services


Please find below links to an updated Cost of Living family support services sheet which has information on a whole range of support services for families including energy bills, debt advice, food, financial, mental health and emotional support, unemployment and getting a job support.


Parent Handbook - Cost of Living Support

Cost of Living - Family Support Services

Sandwell Cost of Living Help

Food Banks

The local foodbank to Grace Mary Primary School is run by Black Country Food Bank and is open every Wednesday morning 10.00am – 12.00noon



Holy Cross Church

Ashleigh Road

B69 1LL

Internet Safety at home

Lots of information can be found on our website under 'Information for Parents - E-safety at Grace Mary' or by clicking here


Skips Safety Net

There is a real and growing concern of how many young people find it ok to share inappropriate images online. It is leading to so many becoming vulnerable to potential exploitation, blackmail and harm from a young age, leaving a lasting digital footprint. If you share it, you are involved.


The poster below reinforces online safety practices and encourages open conversations among parents, caregivers, and colleagues on this sensitive issue.


NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children)

Support for Parents 


There's no such thing as a perfect parent. One day all's calm, the next it's chaos. However it's going, we're here with advice and support for parents and carers.


Their newly launched campaign and refreshed advice for parents is designed to help with many of the everyday challenges parents may face when raising children.


The new campaign, supported by TV presenter and author Anna Williamson, focuses on their refreshed parenting pages on the NSPCC website which help make the expertise and guidance they offer at every stage of parenting more accessible and user-friendly. This advice covers topics around babies and toddlers, family life, friends and relationships, health and wellbeing or navigating the digital world.


Click the picture below to be taken straight there