The latest news, events and training opportunities from the One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership. Sign up for our monthly newsletter here. See previous issues of the newsletter here:

  • One Reading Workstreams
    13 February 2020

    An update on One Reading workstreams Data The data workstream continues to meet at Microsoft. The data project is the evolution of the troubled families data hub with an ambition to improve data sharing between partners with the aim of identifying the social determinants of harm. The University of Cambridge are currently analysing personal identifiable data from ...

  • Meet Jack Caine, Partnership Coordinator for the One Reading Early Intervention Partnership
    11 February 2020

    Jack Caine is Partnership Coordinator (Practice) for the One Reading Early Intervention Partnership. Here he explains about the work of the partnership, and his role in linking professionals and families with help and support Tell us about your role for One Reading… The One Reading partnership is a community of professionals and services (statutory services, schools, health, ...

  • Reading Girls’ School Wellbeing Workshops
    11 February 2020

    Support for parents and carers of secondary students in Reading Reading Girls’ School are offering parents and carers the opportunity to attend a series of workshops, delivered by external professionals such as their Educational Psychologist (EP) and Speech Therapist (SALT). The workshops will offer an insight into the range of difficulties that young people may be ...

  • Philosophy for Children
    11 February 2020

    RISC are running a two-day course for teachers and facilitators who want to learn more about Philosophy for Children (P4C), an approach which they can use in their work with children and young people. P4C is about about enabling children to develop four key types of thinking: collaborative, caring, critical and creative.

  • Launch of Reading Community Lottery
    11 February 2020

    Reading Voluntary Action welcomed local charities and community groups to Thames Lido recently, for the launch of Reading Community Lottery. About Reading Community Lottery The new online lottery will support local good causes. Tickets will cost £1, with 60p going directly to charities, voluntary organisations and community groups (compared to just 28p in the pound for the ...

Comments are closed.