By improving the life chances and social inclusion of traumatised children and young people, we create long-term benefits to society by reducing anti-social behaviour and its impact on families, schools and communities.
Our free alliance whose aim is to share knowledge about therapeutic care for children and young people, and to support the use of reflective practice and research, in order to improve service quality and ensure excellent outcomes.
We had six wonderful riders in the London-Surrey 100 on Sunday 30th July: Emily Parry, Andrea Vladova, Ed Parsloe, Duncan McRobert, Graeme McRobert, Richard Enderby and Adrian Foster. We are so grateful to them for helping us to raise funds for our five new playgrounds. “It was a really great ride! Thank you so much more »
Our 16th Mulberry Bush Women of the Year Lunch will be at St Hugh’s College, Oxford on Tuesday 26th September. The lunch is to raise funds for the Mulberry Bush School, and to celebrate the rich diversity and talent of women. We are thrilled that our speakers this year are Diana Cavendish, whose extraordinary life is played more »
Two years ago we launched the Rahul Moodgal Prize for Therapeutic Child Care, which is awarded each year to one Foundation Degree student to celebrate their overall contribution to Therapeutic Child Care through the Foundation Degree course, with a particular focus on their end of course project. We are delighted to announce that the winner of this year’s more »
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