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  • Discover Kooth webinars this week
    9 November 2020

    Kooth available to young people 11-18 in Berkshire West area Kooth is a free online counselling and emotional wellbeing support service for young people.  It is a safe, secure and anonymous means of accessing support with their emotional health and wellbeing needs from a professional team of qualified counsellors. It also offer other support, such as ...

  • One Reading Children and Young People’s Conference 2020 – workshops and dates announced
    9 November 2020

    This year’s One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership conference will take place online from 30 November to 7 December 2020 What is the theme? Trauma-informed Reading: realise, recognise, resist, respond. Who is the conference for? This is a free conference for practitioners, managers and senior leaders working with families. This includes the voluntary and community sector, Brighter Futures for Children, ...

  • Meet Jayne, Me2 Club volunteer
    6 November 2020

    Me2 Club enables children and young people with additional needs and disabilities, aged 5–19 years, in Wokingham and Reading, to attend mainstream activities. Jayne is a volunteer who provides one-to-one support to a young person at an activity of their choice – her young person has chosen Pilates. Describe a typical volunteering session… I meet my young ...

  • Universal Safeguarding Children e-learning refresher training
    19 October 2020

    The Berkshire West Safeguarding Children Partnership and Brighter Futures for Children are offering an online free refresher e-learning on Universal Safeguarding Children. This e-learning is designed for anyone who comes into contact with children and young people, including staff and volunteers in the voluntary and community sector. This course can be used as an introduction or ...

  • Covid-19: infection rates in Reading continue to rise fast
    16 October 2020 Covid-19: infection rates in Reading continue to rise fast

    As Covid-19 infection rates in Reading continue to rise fast, Reading Borough Council are sharing a message from David Munday, Reading’s dedicated Public Health Consultant, helping ensure we have the best possible local response to the Covid pandemic. In this video, David outlines the latest Covid data from Reading, and explains how to stay safe, including ...

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