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  1. Carescheme
    Holiday Scheme
    Join us to enjoy a holiday jam-packed with fun from start to finish! We offer a range of engaging sports and crafts activities for children aged 3-11, led by fully qualified, experienced and enthusiastic teachers and run by our Head of Sport and Head of Early…
    64Tilehurst RoadReadingRG30 2JH
    St Edward's Prep School & Nursery logo
  2. Bookstart supports you to enjoy books with your child from as early an age as possible. Bookstart offers the gift of free books to all children through the Bookstart Baby pack, to inspire a love of reading that will give children a flying start in…
    Abbey SquareReadingBerkshireRG1 3BQ
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  3. Belongings by Tangled Feet & Rowan Tree Saturday 2 March 2024, 11.30am & 2.30pm Developed through working creatively with young people in care, this show explores what it means to belong, what home is and how we can find it. https://whatsonreading.com/belongings Tickets £11, £10 Members…
    21South StreetReadingRG1 4QU
  4. Decibels aims to promote the education and training of people with a variety of special needs/disabilities for the purpose of enabling them to learn, appreciate and enjoy sound, music, the arts and performance through the use of technology. It seeks to advance this work by…
    121 Greys RoadHenley-on-ThamesOxfordshireRG9 1TE
  5. FunTech was established in 1996 by Sheineez and Philip Barber with the intention to create a local ‘tech’ school to teach children and teenagers cutting-edge tech skills. And today, we continue to pioneer the latest educational technologies, such as FunTech Virtual - our tutor-led virtual…
    103High StreetMaidenheadSL6 1JX

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