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  • Training opportunity: understanding parental conflict
    9 October 2019

    Why is understanding parental conflict important? It is increasingly recognised that the quality of parental relationships, specifically how parents communicate and relate to one another, is a primary influence on children’s mental health and long-term life chances. Conflict between parents is a normal part of relationships. Not all conflict is damaging, but there is strong evidence ...

  • Looking for online resources and information?
    9 October 2019

    Research in Practice (or RIP as it is often called) is an organisation that aims to bridge the gap between research, practice and children and families’ lives. Their website – – has lots of free information and resources across a wide range of topics for those working with children, young people and families. Research in ...

  • Meet Louise Carrington-Dye, Restorative Practice Coordinator
    7 October 2019

    Louise Carrington-Dye is the Restorative Practice Coordinator for Brighter Futures for Children. She supports the restorative practice training and development opportunities available in the Reading area, helping colleagues to implement their training and capture outcomes. What is restorative practice? Restorative practice has its roots in community mediation practices and is widely used in tribal elder-led cultures. Restorative ...

  • Coach Core apprenticeships – opportunity for 16 to 24 year olds
    25 September 2019

    An opportunity for 16 to 24 year olds interested in sports coaching Get Berkshire Active are are about to launch a sports apprenticeship programme working with Coach Core by The Royal Foundation. Coach Core is an innovative and exciting sports coaching apprenticeship targeting young people who wish to gain further education and employment in sport. Coach ...

  • Have your say – Domestic Abuse Strategy for Reading
    3 September 2019

    Reading Borough Council is currently seeking views on the proposed priorities for Reading’s Domestic Abuse Strategy 2019 – 2020. The consultation is open until 14 September 2019. RBC say: Spanning the next three years (2019 – 2022), the draft Domestic Abuse Strategy for Reading sets out exactly how we intend to further reduce domestic abuse in ...

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