One Reading news

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

  • BBC Radio Berkshire interview with Peter Burton of Parenting Special Children
    10 December 2019

    Peter Burton, Parenting Practitioner and Volunteer Peer Supporter from Parenting Special Children, was recently interviewed by Bill Buckley at BBC Radio Berkshire. You can listen to his interview here. The interview starts at 2 hours and 7 minutes and ends at 2 hours 42 minutes.

  • Our Reading, our future: research into young people’s experience of growing up in Reading
    10 December 2019

    Reading Voluntary Action’s Social Action Leaders are carrying out a questionnaire in December 2019 and January 2020 to find out what it is like to grow up in Reading. The aims of the research are to: Strengthen the voice and participation of young people in social action. Develop a youth campaign informed by greater understanding of concerns and ...

  • One Reading Conference
    9 December 2019

    There were over 90 attendees at the One Reading Conference on 18 November Thank you to all presenters, contributors and attendees for a moving, thought-provoking and productive afternoon. You can browse a gallery of images above, find resources from the day here, and see a round up of tweets from attendees below. What’s next for for One ...

  • Updated Reading Threshold Guidance
    5 December 2019

    Updated Threshold Guidance is now available on the Berkshire West Safeguarding Children Partnership website. The guidance has been updated to focus on areas such as: Child exploitation – including gangs, criminal and sexual exploitation. Children or young people missing from home, or education, and/or believed to be engaging in risky behaviour. Private fostering. A clear statement on consent. Threshold Level ...

  • Don’t Disappear – video to raise awareness of coercive control
    5 December 2019

    Victims First have launched a video called ‘Don’t Disappear’ to raise awareness of relationship abuse. This follows their ‘Know this isn’t Love’ campaign on coercive control earlier in the year.  Victims First supports victims and witnesses of crime across the Thames Valley and is managed by The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC). ‘Don’t ...

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