‘I noticed my son is saying more syllables than he used to. I don't feel that worried anymore that he isn't talking yet! Overall we both are looking forward to our next session of Baby Talk and Play!’ - New mother, November 2020
When you’re in a group together of parents you realise that almost everyone is going through the same thing, everyone is learning from you, when you felt you had nothing to offer. - Parent, May 2020
Ever since I joined the Hub I find myself more confident, not taking everything serious [...] if things are too hard, you’re only a human being, if it’s not working for today, tomorrow. - Parent, May 2020
I think the sessions that you are doing over there are very good and have a lot of variety already - Parent, May 2020
We are recruiting for next year's cohort to begin their study on the Kingston University Early Years Foundation Degree!
- Are you currently working in Early Years?
- Are you interested in completing an Early Years Foundation Degree?
This Sector-Endorsed Foundation Degree in Early Years (SEFDEY) approved course enables you to combine academic study with learning at your place of work. It's run in collaboration with partner colleges across London - including here in Feltham.
What is the Training Circle?
Reach Children's Hub is running its second employment and skills programme for local parents-The Training Circle. Building on the success of the pilot programme last year, we are offering full funding (up to £2000) for a short-to medium-term training opportunity of your choice. Alongside your chosen training opportunity, you will take part in a career coaching programme where you will receive guidance from professionals and peer support.
Reach Children’s Hub joins the global platform to become a Cisco Networking Academy. Reach is excited to collaborate with Cisco to provide free technology training for the community in order to create sustainable job opportunities.
This March, Reach will launch a 3 month pilot offering a self-led digital course in the essentials of Cybersecurity. The participants will also join a group employability programme. The programme is limited to 15 spaces.
Over the past year we have been developing our work around community organising in Feltham. This blog gives a flavour of our work and where it has taken us.
Rationale for engaging with Citizens UK