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  • Summer holiday clubs at Reading Salvation Army
    17 July 2019

    Reading Central Salvation Army are running two free clubs for young people this summer Splash! – summer holiday club for children aged 5 to 12 years Wednesday 28 August to Friday 30 August 2019 Between 10 am and 12.30 pm, including lunch each day! Free fun, games, and crafts Make Lunch – aimed at primary school children, parents and siblings ...

  • Reading Youth Summer Activities
    16 July 2019

    This summer Reading Voluntary Action has created a full schedule of free youth events across Central and East Reading, and Whitley and Southcote. Our events will be running between 6 and 22 August 2019 and will be open to ages 10-14. There is no cost for any of the events so you can relax and ...

  • A quick guide to the Family Information Service and SEND Local Offer
    16 July 2019

    Who is the Family Information Service for? It’s available to any family member taking care of children or young people aged 0 to 19 years old, or up to 25 years for children and young people with special needs. It’s also open to practitioners working with families in Reading. It is run by Reading Borough Council ...

  • Places available on free Restorative Practice Facilitators Training – in June and July 2019
    13 June 2019

    There is national and regional evidence that restorative approaches significantly improve outcomes for children and the quality and consistency of professional practice across the workforce. Brighter Futures for Children are part of the NHS England restorative practice partnership programme, which also forms part of the One Reading Early Intervention Partnership aspiration to become a trauma-informed community. ...

  • Do you provide services for children and/or families?
    13 June 2019

    The national Troubled Families Programme comes to an end in March 2020. The principles of the programme are to promote and embed whole family working including family assessments and plans that link directly to the Reading Troubled Families Programme. Due to the Troubled Families programme timeframes Brighter Futures for Children (BFfC) now need to target resources ...

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