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  • Prince’s Trust – latest opportunities in the Thames Valley
    26 March 2021

    Explore Enterprise – for 16 and 17 year olds Prince’s Trust one-off two day Explore Enterprise programme for 16–17 year olds will cover everything you need to give you an insight into the world of enterprise and what is to be expected. When: Main Programme starts Tuesday 30 March – Wednesday 31 March Where: Pan London – Virtual ...

  • Your Youth Team’s Programme – March to June 2021
    26 March 2021

    Join one of our virtual groups to meet other young people in Reading …or have a chat – in person – with members of our Youth Team, who will be in different parts of Reading each week. To join any of our virtual groups, email  the Youth Team or call 01189 376545. Follow @readingyoungpeople on Instagram for ...

  • New theatre company for neurodivergent community offers internships and short breaks
    25 March 2021

    A new theatre company working with the neurodivergent community has just been launched Make/Sense Theatre has been set up by former special needs school teachers and is being supported by Reading Rep. The community interest company is offering supported SEN internships in partnership with Ways into Work CIC and Route to Recruit. They have also organised some ...

  • Find out all about Kooth from Berkshire Engagement Lead Jenny Fennessy
    25 March 2021

    Kooth is an online digital platform that offers mental health and wellbeing support right across the UK In Berkshire West it can be accessed for free by 11 to 18 year olds. It is jointly commissioned by Berkshire West CCG, Wokingham LA, West Berkshire LA and Brighter Futures for Children. Jenny Fennessy is the engagement lead ...

  • A busy start to the year for Starting Point mentoring programmes
    25 March 2021

    Starting Point seeks to enable transformation in the lives of young people aged 11-25 who face disadvantage. They do this through providing mentoring and creating opportunities that are continually shaped by the young people they support. Each programme they deliver utilises and draws upon the wealth of experience and skills of local volunteers, businesses, and ...

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