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Maintained Nursery Schools and Classes
At The Winchcombe School we have a Nursery class that takes children from the term after their 3rd birthday. This class is within our purpose built Foundation Stage area which also has two classess of Reception children.  We provide a safe, secure, enriching environment encompassing a varied mix of…
Winston’s Wish, the charity for bereaved children, helps young people re-adjust to life after the death of a parent or sibling. By providing professional assistance before, during and after bereavement they help them to better understand the nature of loss and offer the practical support…
You only need to claim once. After this, you should get it automatically each year, as long as your circumstances do not change. The payment is made directly into your bank account in November or December. Stay Warm this winter - advice from Independent Age…
Wokingham Waterside Centre is fully wheel chair accessible. Our qualified instructors are available to provide opportunities for children and adults with additional needs and there is specialist equipment available including hoists.

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Visit one of our indoor softplay centres where children will have the chance to play, explore and learn. Created by a Mum & Dad, we were the first of our kind and there is loads to do... •Pop in for a play with your child…
Day nursery
Woodlands Day Nursery is a spacious purpose-built independent nursery, located in a woodland setting on the edge of Greenham Business Park on the A339.The Nursery is accessible via a slope leading up to a double front door, with no steps and wide corridors creating a…
CLUB MEETINGS - Most club meetings feature a demonstration about turning by an invited guest or club member. The group also have club nights, with a number of lathes being operated by members demonstrating various techniques and projects. There is a club shop selling sandpaper, finishing…
The Mens Shed – a place where members share the tools and resources they need to work on projects of their own choosing at their own pace in a workshop in Reading.  A place of leisure where men come together to share skills, although it…
Schools
Woolhampton Church of England Primary School is a small, rural school, where the uniqueness of the individual is recognised and valued. We place particular emphasis on developing children's social skills and try to ensure children leave school with good learning behaviours as well as achieving…
Out of School Care
The school offers a facility for 'Early Bird Arrrivals'. This facility is provided for those parents who need to drop their children off at school after 8.00 a.m, and is supervised by members of staff. Parents need to complete a registration form which can be…
Default retirement age (formerly 65) has been phased out - most people can now work for as long as they want to. Retirement age is not the same as State Pension age which can be between 61 and 68, depending when someone was born and…
The Wren School A Secondary Free School - opened 2015 Welcome to The Wren School – West Reading’s secondary Free School. The Wren School will be delivered by the Wren (West Reading Education Network) team in conjunction with the Wren School Academy Trust and enabled…

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Schools
Yattendon Church of England Primary School is a small school that aims to provide big opportunities, enriching every pupil with a love of learning within a happy and inspirational environment. Our school is situated in a beautiful village location, and delivers educational provision for 84…
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Our Daycamp and Residential Camps deliver school holiday activities the YMCA Way.  Our unique approach brings our mission and 6 values to life, supporting each child to develop individually. We understand that finding good quality childcare can be a real challenge, so we offer fun, exciting affordable…
Relaxed sessions for all abilities, join in for as long as you like. YOGA - Mondays 2.00pm – 3.00pm, Meadway Leisure Centre, Conwy Close, Reading RG30 4BZ BADMINTON  – Wednesdays 1.00pm – 2.00pm, Rivermead Leisure Centre, Richfield Avenue, Reading, Berkshire RG1 8EQ Also in THEALE…
Crossroads Care Reading recognises that many young people have a caring role within a family situation where there is someone who is disabled or with a long-term illness. Young Carers often miss out on schooling, social events or normal activities due to their role. This…
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