One Reading news

Here you can keep up with the latest news and events from the One Reading partnership.

  • Mental Health First Aid for staff and volunteers working with young people
    14 January 2020

    Psychological Perspectives in Education and Primary Care (PPEPCare) training has been designed to help staff and volunteers to recognise and understand mental health difficulties in children and young people. It offers appropriate support and guidance to children, young people and their families using psycho-education and relevant psychological techniques, such as using a cognitive behavioural framework. ...

  • The Cowshed – providing clothing for Berkshire families experiencing hardship
    8 January 2020

    The Cowshed is a Christian charity that provides clothing and other items for individuals and families in Berkshire experiencing hardship. They offer their services to people from all faiths and none. They work in partnership with support services such as GPs, Health Visitors, Churches, charities and social service agencies who provide them with referrals. After an ...

  • Join us at Thames Lido for the launch of Reading Community Lottery
    8 January 2020

    We are delighted to announce the launch of a new online lottery to support local good causes We are inviting Reading’s charities, voluntary organisations and community groups to a launch event at Thames Lido on Thursday 30 January 2020. At the launch you can find out how the lottery works, and how your organisation can directly ...

  • Free Training – Understanding Parental Conflict
    7 January 2020

    Due to demand, Brighter Futures for Children have arranged additional dates for their Understanding Parental Conflict Training in January and February. This is a free series of workshops which is relevant to anyone working with children and families. If you haven’t booked onto the training yet, there are a limited number of places left. Modules can ...

  • Crime Prevention Forum – 6 February 2020
    16 December 2019

    Tackling the causes of the causes of crime Get Berkshire Active and Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner are excited to be hosting a second forum designed to bring together organisations from across Berkshire to hear more about some of the solutions from sport, physical activity and experiential learning to help tackle the underlying drivers of ...

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