CATCH for Wokingham, Windsor and Maidenhead – start your free membership now!


Thanks to funding from The Prince Phillip Trust Fund and Wokingham United Charities, schools in the Wokingham Borough and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead can enjoy a year’s free access to CATCH to help teachers support children who have been in care or affected by early childhood trauma.

CATCH offers a wealth of information and resources for education professionals and institutions working to support adopted, looked after children and their families and any child who has experienced ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences). Our resources cover key topics such as child development, the impact of trauma, attachment, behaviour, keeping children safe in education and much more.

To access your free membership today, click the link below to book onto an introductory session with our friendly team.

“I find the resources relevant and useful in my work with pupils with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP)” – Education professional

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Why become a member of CATCH?


CATCH provides eLearning, webinars, interviews and case studies exploring key issues for parents, carers and professionals supporting children who have experienced trauma. CATCH is easily accessible and used by our members for additional learning during adopter and foster carer training, support for parenting challenges to evidence of Continuing Professional Development.

Watch our short video to see what CATCH has to offer

What can you expect from CATCH?


On CATCH you’ll find information and support on a huge range of topics. We work closely with our Hub community to ensure that we cover the issues that are important to you.

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eLearning courses


These modular courses include Attachment: for education professionals presented by Dr Georgina Hibbert, Putting PACE into practice and modules on identity and racism.

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Webinars and videos


Attend a live webinar or choose from our extensive library to view a webinar at a time that suits you. Webinars are hosted by subject experts such as clinical psychologists, therapists, occupational therapists and education professionals themselves.

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Podcasts and audio


We know how time-pressed education professionals are, so we’ve recently launched podcasts and audio interviews to give you more flexibility to listen to our resources around your busy lives. These cover topics such as education, homework and strengthening belonging in school.

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Resources on key topics


Our resources for education professionals are designed to support your work with children and their families. Topics include attachment and trauma, transitions, challenging behaviours, health and wellbeing, education and more…

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