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  • Free Reducing Parental Conflict training by Communicate for a Change and Parenting Special Children
    19 October 2021

    Reducing Parental Conflict Introduction There is growing evidence that the quality of parental relationships has a strong impact on children’s development. Conflict between parents can be normal. Where this is managed and resolved well, it is known to positively affect children’s development. However, if conflict between parents is ‘frequent, intense and unresolved’, this can have a ...

  • Meet Kayleigh Harris, Head of Partnerships and Youth Service for Sport in Mind
    18 October 2021

    Kayleigh Harris was a co-founder of Sport in Mind in 2011 and is now Head of Partnerships and Youth Service. Here she tells us about Sport in Mind’s new weekly sessions for young people and her own varied role. Tell us about Sport in Mind and your role… Sport in Mind is a sport and mental health ...

  • One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership Outreach Workers
    18 October 2021

    Earlier on in the year we shared the One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership Strategy with you.  The strategy sets out the partnership’s commitment to providing children, young people and families with the right help, at the right time, in the right place and most importantly as early as possible.  Knowing how best to ...

  • Join us for an NCVO Members’ Assembly – we’ll be discussing competition, collaboration and coproduction
    5 October 2021

    RVA is delighted to be co-hosting a free online Members’ Assembly with NCVO. This event is aimed at staff and trustees from NCVO members in and around Reading. Non-member organisations in the area are also welcome. Join us to: hear the latest on public policy and other current issues facing the sector, and how NCVO is ...

  • How should Reading market itself? A chance to have your say
    21 September 2021

    Reading UK, Reading Borough Council and The University of Reading are working to develop a place story and marketing approach for Reading. This will help celebrate the best of Reading, build civic pride, confidence in Reading, market the area to attract inward investment, create jobs, and support existing business. In September, there will be two ‘virtual’ ...

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