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  • Positive and supportive weekly newsletters from Bounce Back 4 Kids (BB4K)
    5 May 2020

    Bounce Back 4 Kids (BB4K) are producing a positive and supportive weekly newsletter Full of news, advice and support, the newsletters are going out to referrals on the BB4K list – including those who have already completed the programme and those who are waiting to take part. The newsletters are also being sent to all referrers, ...

  • #Coping guides for children, young people and families
    28 April 2020

    #Coping is a new guide offering support to families struggling during the coronavirus lockdown It has been produced by a group of leading local health and social care organisations and it signposts people to a range of information, and to groups in Reading, Wokingham and West Berkshire who are experts in dealing with mental health, anxiety, ...

  • SEND short breaks provision consultation
    12 March 2020

    Brighter Futures for Children (BFfC) is seeking service provider views on proposals to change its SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) Non-Residential Targeted Short Break Service. The request for feedback closes at 12 noon on 17 of April 2020. Why your views are important This request for your views will help inform the future of Reading’s Non-Residential ...

  • POSTPONED: Southcote Youth Cafe and Sports Club
    12 March 2020

    Southcote Youth Cafe and Sports Club is postponed until further notice Are you looking for somewhere safe and engaging to signpost young people to? If so, Southcote Youth Cafe and Sports Club has recently opened. Hosted at the Southcote Community Centre we run a youth cafe and sports based youth club every Tuesday from 4pm – 6pm. ...

  • DBS guide for working with children in the charity sector
    14 February 2020

    The DBS service have updated their guidance for those in the voluntary, community and charity sector. The guidance, which can be found here,  includes example scenarios: DBS Guide: Working with Children in the Charity Sector Please note there is a separate guidance for working with adults. You may also wish to take a look at RVA’s guide for ...

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