Here are some other web sites that are interesting or relevant to us here at St. Hubert's:
Easyfundraising: Providing a free fundraising service where we can raise funds for our school. There are over 2000 of the UK’s best-known retailers including many popular names such as Amazon, M&S, Argos, John Lewis and HMV and when we shop using the links on this site up to 15% from every purchase that is made is donated to the school. It doesn’t cost you a penny extra to shop and in fact can cost you less as you may get discounts shopping on line.
St Stephen's School, Dahod, India: The web site of our partner school in India.
Alton Castle: Pupils from St. Hubert's visit Alton Castle each year as part of their personal, spiritual and social development.
The Archdiocese of Birmingham: Find out about the Archdiocese, its parishes and people.
BBC Poetry: The poems for the poetry reading competition.
Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership: The purpose of Birmingham Primary Catholic Partnership is to promote curriculum and professional development, thereby enhancing the quality of teaching and learning in Catholic Primary schools throughout Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
The Birmingham Diocesan Schools Commission: Supporting and advising schools on their role and development as Catholic Schools. You can also find links from this page to the RE department which advise schools on the RE curriculum and also with the Vatican web site and other Catholic web sites of interest.
CAFOD: The Catholic Agency for overseas development, one of the charities we support each year.
Father Hudson's Society: The social care agency working within the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham, reaching out to those in greatest need.
First Tutors: Search to find UK private tutors in your area for primary, secondary and degree level private or home tuition.
Maths-Whizz: Free subscriptions to improve your school's Maths provision.
SAHAJ: An organisation for women's development in India. Through our India link we are supporting this Fair Trade organisation and raising money for it by selling some of their items at our Christmas and Spring Fairs. All profits will be forwarded straight to the Sahaj.
Tutor Hunt: Whether searching for primary, GCSE, A-Level or an adult learner, Tutor Hunt strives to make the process as painless as possible.
The Naturesave Trust: We have secured £1000 funding from The Nature Save Trust. The money received from The Naturesave Trust went towards making the trees and land of our outdoor learning area safe and accessible for all. Felled trees were then used to make a herb gardens, seated areas, climbing areas and paths.