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School involvement is vital!

In order for the Swop Shop to be successful, it depends on the community's support - especially schools.  So far we have had a fantastic response from most of the local schools but we are keen for a wider population to be able to benefit from our services.

If you work at a school, in Birmingham, Worcester or the West Midlands, please consider supporting the Swop Shop by donating unwanted lost property and informing parents of the service.

Information for schools

Are you a school who wants to become involved?
Please contact us, we would love to expand our reach and support families at your school!

Letter for schools

Leaflet about the Swop Shop 

Poster for organisations

Schools who have supported us

Albert Bradbeer (B31)

Balaam Wood (B45)

Beaconside (B45)

Bellfield Infant (B31)

Bellfield Junior (B31)

Bournville (B30)

Chilcote Primary (B28)

Cofton (B31)

Colmers Farm Primary (B45)

Colmers School and 6th Form (B45)

Dame Elizabeth Cadbury (B30)

Forestdale (B45)

Green Meadows (B29)

Hollyhill (B45)

Holywell (B45)

Kings Norton Boys' (B30)

Lickey Hills (B45)

Mayfield (B19)

North Bromsgrove High (B60)

Northfield Manor (B29)

Paget (B24)

Reaside (B45)

Rednal Hill Infants (B45)

Rednal Hill Juniors (B45)

Rigby Hall (B60)

Rubery Nursery (B45)

Selly Oak Trust (B29)

Shenley Academy (B29)

St Bridget's (B31)

St Columbas (B45)

St Francis (B30)

St James (B45)

St John Fisher (B31)

St Joseph's (B30)

St Laurence (B31)

St Mary's (B17)

St Peter's (B32)

St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School (B38)

Stirtchley Primary (B30)

Summerfield (B18)

The Meadows (B31)

Turves Green Boys' (B31)

KEVI - Northfield School for Girls (B31)

Turves Green Primary (B31)

University of Birmingham School (B29)

Water Mill (B29)

Waseley Hills (B45)

Woodgate (B32)

World's End Infant & Nursery (B32)

Wychall Primary (B31)

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