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  • Restorative Approaches – dates for autumn programme of training and development
    28 August 2019

    Brighter Futures for Children are part of the NHS England restorative practice partnership programme, which also forms part of the One Reading aspiration to become a trauma-informed community. As part of this programme, they are offering several training and development opportunities this autumn. The courses are for those working with children, young people and their ...

  • One Reading – news and events
    24 July 2019

    What is One Reading? One Reading is a multi-agency partnership committed to delivering better outcomes for children, young people and families, and developing a local consensus on how to work together. One Reading Participation and Engagement Forum The partnership is holding a Participation and Engagement Forum for voluntary sector organisations, parents and community representatives who are working with ...

  • Feedback on Restorative Practice Training
    22 July 2019

    Brighter Futures for Children are part of the NHS England restorative practice partnership programme, which also forms part of the One Reading aspiration to become a trauma-informed community. As part of this, free Restorative Practice Facilitators training, for those working directly with children, young people and their families in the Reading area, took place in June ...

  • Meet the Mentoring Lead for Starting Point
    22 July 2019

    Keren Newnham is Mentoring Lead for Starting Point. Here she talks abut her multifaceted role and her background in community development. Having young people trust me with their stories is a huge honour for me. I feel privileged to be let into their circle of trust, and seek to connect with each young person I meet ...

  • An updated guide to the Reading Troubled Families Outcomes Plan
    22 July 2019

    What is the Reading Troubled Families programme? The goal of the programme is that by 2020, at least 1,170 troubled families who are currently being left behind, have improved outcomes in areas such as education, health and finance. What progress has the programme made towards this goal? As of January 2019, 457 families had a named lead worker, a ...

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