One Reading news

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

  • Meet Tess Eagles, Chief Executive of Me2 Club
    5 December 2019

    Tess Eagles is Chief Executive of Me2 Club, which is currently expanding its work into Reading. Here she reflects on the purpose of Me2 Club, her varied role, and her passion for inclusion and making a difference. What is Me2 Club? Me2 Club is a local children’s charity. Our main purpose is to tackle social isolation and ...

  • One Reading Conference resources
    21 November 2019

    Thanks to everyone who attended and presented at the One Reading Conference on Monday 18 November 2019 at the Town Hall. Below are links to some of the resources from the day, including the presentation by George Hosking from the Wave Trust, and the films by Reading Children in Care Council and Reside Dance. PowerPoint presentations ONE ...

  • Children’s inclusion charity Me2 Club expands to Reading
    30 October 2019

    Me2 Club is excited to announce it is moving from a Wokingham Borough charity to a Berkshire charity, starting initially with Reading Borough. Me2 Club’s ethos is “Inclusion for All”. Specifically, they aim to ensure that every child supported has the opportunity to attend a mainstream leisure activity, “to be included, to belong”. Following extensive research ...

  • One Reading Conference on 18 November 2019 – just a few places left
    21 October 2019

    There are just a few places left at the One Reading Conference on Monday 18 November 2019, at Reading Town Hall. The conference is for anyone working children, young people and families in Reading, and is an opportunity to: Find out more about the One Reading local consensus. Hear from the Wave Trust and take part in a ...

  • Trauma-informed consultation and self-assessment – open until 31 October 2019
    21 October 2019

    As you may be aware, there is considerable work going on across Reading, within schools and children’s and family services, to raise awareness of the damaging effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and thus ensure that Reading becomes one of the first trauma-informed towns in the UK.  Taking ACEs into account ACEs can include physical, sexual, ...

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