At BMet’s Open Event find out about their fantastic facilities, choose from hundreds of courses including a wide range of apprenticeships and vocational areas covering art and design, sport, construction, built environment, travel & tourism, health & social care, uniformed public services as well as dental, medical, podiatry, music, performance arts, animal care and horticulture plus loads more.
Events take place at various locations on Saturday 24th November 2018 from 10am to 1pm
For A levels, visit our new A Level Centre at Sutton Coldfield College.
You will have the opportunity to apply, be interviewed and receive an offer on the day. *
* All offers subject to successful interview and meeting of entry criteria. Some courses require maths or English assessment and/or performance/auditions at interview and are therefore excluded from this offer.
The following sites will be open:
Art & Design Centre (ADC)
Erdington Skills Centre (ESC)
James Watt College (JW)
Kidderminster Academy (KA)
Matthew Boulton College (MB)
Stourbridge College (ST)
Sutton Coldfield College (SC)
The Botanical Gardens (BBG)
This half-term Birchfield Big Local and Ifa Yoruba Contemporary Arts Trust will be presenting a FREE arts and heritage project for local young people aged 8 – 16.
The project runs from Monday 29 October till Friday 2 November at Grosvenor Road Studios, 16 Grosvenor Road, Handsworth, Birmingham B20 3NP and will start each day at 10 am and finish at 3 pm.
The week will include a creative writing workshop, heritage workshop, music, dance and arts. There will be a trip to Soho House Museum and St Francis Centre and a film showing.
All tickets and transport will be provided for the trips out.
Download the flyer >
To find out more and book a place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Russell at Birchfield Big Local on 07419213430.
“It is only when we come together as a community we can achieve common unity”
4 Films, 3 Weeks, To discuss one topic;
The four film screenings taking place are:
Four Lions (15 September)
A group of young Muslim men living in Sheffield decide to wage Jihad and they hatch an inept plan to become suicide bombers.
Generation Revolution (22 September)
Stories of London’s new generation of black and brown activists, exploring the challenges these young people face.
They Live (22 September)
Nada, a wonderer without meaning in his life, discovers a pair of sunglasses capable of showing the world the way it truly is.
Freedom Writers (29 September)
A teacher in a racially divided school has a class of at-risk teenagers deemed incapable of learning. Instead of giving up she inspires her students.
Come down, watch a film and have your say!
Taking place at Birchfield Big Local
Grosvenor Road Studios, 16 Grosvenor Road, Birmingham B20 3NP
For further information contact:
Russell Green, E: email@example.com M: 07419 213 430
Presenting the Birchfield Big Local 5 Palm Young People’s Summer Playscheme 2018.
Educate, Engage, Empower, Enterprise, Energy
Running from 23 July to 3rd August 2018
Monday’s, Wednesday’s & Friday’s : 10am to 3pm
For age groups 8 – 13 years old (Download the flyer here)
Meeting @ Birchfield Big Local, 16 Grosvenor Road, Birchfield, Birmingham, B20 3NP
Charge : £10 per week / per child
Children should bring a packed lunch for each day they attend.
This may be subject to changes
Birchfield Jazz Festival : FREE
At St Mary’s Church
27th & 28th July 2018
Birchfield Big Local Fun Day : FREE
Handsworth Park – Next to The Boat House Cafe
29th July 2018
Further details will be provided.
There will be a range of other activities during the 2 weeks of the playscheme which will be shared with parents and young people by the Youth Team at Birchfield Big Local.
If you’re interested contact Russell Green (Youth Worker)
T: 07419 213430 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
An exciting project which aims to bring together elders within the community and young people.
The idea is for elders to share their stories with the younger generation – giving elders a voice and the young people a unique opportunity to interpret what they hear using drama, storytelling, writing, songs, rap, visual arts, film and photography.
The project will feed into the Birchfield Jazz Festival 2018.
For more information contact: Kate Luxmoore on 07989 983188
Want to sing, rap, write songs, play instruments, learn the Cajon, learn the keyboard, make music with other people or spend time with your friends?
Join our pilot Youth Club and Music programme for young people aged 10 – 13 years at Grosvenor Road Studios, 16 Grosvenor Road, Handsworth B20 3NP
Fridays: 16th, 23rd March and 13th, 20th and 27th April 2018
Open from 3.30pm with music sessions from 4 – 6pm.
Want to find out more?
Please contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or just come along!
Part of MY ENDZ: Birchfield Big Local Youth Initiative in association with Ifa Yoruba Contemporary Arts Trust Tel: 07419213430 / 01214485594