Come along to hear the finalists of our brilliant Secondary School Song Writing Competitionread more
100 Day Fitness Challenge from Fast Track Fit Camp Starts 23rd September! This 100 Day Challenge is about getting active every day and committing to walking 1 mile a day - or running/cycling/swimming - up to you. Running this challenge is Heidi, an...read more
Join us on the 8th November to explore the many ways to take care of your mental health locally! We will be hearing from inspirational speakers about their experiences as well as a huge range of open stalls including arts, music, yoga, nutrition and mindfulness.
More information coming soon, be sure to hold the date!read more
The Pavilion, 143-145 Oxford Rd, Reading RG1 7UY
Laying the Foundations for Family Emotional Health and Wellbeing
Come to this insightful conference day followed by workshops focusing on how we can all work together to improve emotional wellbeing for every family from the beginnings of pregnancy.
We aim to raise the awareness of professionals working with parents and parents themselves of the importance of foetal development in the 9 months of pregnancy and infant development in the first few years of life. We want to promote family friendly policies and practice around pregnancy, birth and first two years of life for the wellbeing of all. The conference is open to everyone interested in parenting as well as foetal and infant development.
Join us to discuss mental wellbeing in primary schools. Emotional health and wellbeing of children is of such high importance and therefore so are the root causes for mental health issues, spotting signs early and early service provision.
We want to know what each area in Berkshire is doing, commend and share some of the great things happening and examine what we can improve together.
We will look at examples that have good evidence of success, programmes that includes the whole system for the child (including teacher and parental engagement for example), and initiatives that are sustainable; to help really make a long term impact.read more
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