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  • Let’s Talk – new parents group
    2 October 2020

    Reading Children’s Centres are offering virtual sessions of support and advice for new parents covering: Baby play development Baby development plus Potty training Sleep All sessions are 10am – 10.30am and places can be booked by emailing Further information Download a flyer with dates and further information. Information is also available on the Reading Services Guide.  

  • Experiences of Early Help Services in Reading – family survey
    2 October 2020

    The One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership are taking part in a national survey looking at Early Help services in Reading. ‘Early Help’ means support or services to help early in the life of a child and/or in the life of a difficulty. The One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership Board would like to ...

  • Save the date! One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership conference
    2 October 2020

    We’re please to announce the third One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership conference which will be focused on trauma informed practice. The conference is free and open to professionals of all backgrounds whose work concerns children and families. This year’s event will be completely virtual and will include presentations, training, workshops, Q&A sessions, educational videos ...

  • Funded childcare for two year olds
    2 October 2020

    What is two-year-old funding? Early education from age two has long-lasting benefits for children, and helps to promote a child’s physical, emotional, cognitive and social development. However, the evidence shows that on average, disadvantaged families are less likely to make use of formal childcare provision than more advantaged families, and that is why government funding is ...

  • Understanding Parental Conflict – training and guidance for practitioners
    1 October 2020

    In recognition of the pressures that Reading families have been under during the pandemic, and the increasing relevance of Parental Conflict in practice, Brighter Futures for Children have developed new guidance, resources and a streamlined offer of training to support professionals for the new school year. An introductory session on Parental Conflict delivered via Virtual Classroom ...

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