Consultation on admission arrangements 

Every 7 years each school is required to consult on their admissions arrangements.  We have entered into a period of consultation that runs from Monday 20 November 2023 to Monday 8 January 2024.  Our proposed admission arrangements are published on the Birmingham City Council school Admissions website here.

 You can comment on the Birmingham BeHeard website using this link here


To report your child absent please telephone the Attendance Team on 0121 378 6564 before 8:30am

Excellent attendance is key to your child flourishing academically and socially, being happy and retaining friendships.  All students must be in school this week even if they have a cough or a cold. As long as students do not have a temperature, infectious disease or stomach upset they should be in school. If you or your child has concerns about attending please contact our attendance team.

The Trussell Trust

No one should go hungry – The Trussell Trust are here to help.

Food banks in our network welcome and support everyone who is referred to them, always acting with respect and without judgment. Volunteers will give a minimum of three days’ emergency food and offer support to resolve some of the difficulties you might be facing.

Bring it on Brum!

Summer 2023: BRING IT ON BRUM!

To book your place at one of the sessions or to find out more about the Bring it on Brum!

Train to Teach

  • Provides QTS & PGCE
  • High quality training in local schools
  • Consistently high completion and employment rate
  • Graduates & career changers welcome

Welcome to John Willmott School

John Willmott School is proud to be a part of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP). ATLP is a successful local Multi Academy Trust (MAT) that has been working collaboratively with John Willmott School since 2016.

As a member of this trust John Willmott School has access to support of the highest quality and this has resulted in some significant improvements over the last three years.