One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership 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 in Reading. Partners span across the statutory and voluntary sectors, police, health and education. Read our day in the life profiles of people who work across the partnership here.
One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership produces a monthly newsletter. It’s a round-up of news, updates, training opportunities and events for everyone working with children, young people and families in Reading. Subscribe here.
Professional development resources
Coronavirus and the ensuing lockdown has presented many challenges in the day-to-day practice of professionals working with children and families. Because of this, we have created a site to share free information, guidance and training opportunities to help practitioners to continue to meet the needs of families during the pandemic. Areas covered include basic needs, communication and inclusion, parental conflict, restorative practice and trauma-informed working. Click on Resources in the navigation menu to find out more.
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