Business 365 Issue 6
Before working for The Children’s Centre I had various roles working with Arts Council England, the Heritage Lottery Fund and other regional arts and cultural organisations in the East of England. My roles covered all sorts but in simple terms I was aiming to encourage people from diverse backgrou
Business 365 Issue 5
We all worry that our kids aren’t learning enough to prepare them for life. But do we really need to? Eleanor Miklos, practitioner at The Children’s Centre, explores the importance of play for children.
Students take on Everest Challenge to raise a mountain of funds for The Children's Centre
Over 90 families from the King William’s College and The Buchan School community came together to take on ‘The Everest Challenge’, a virtual climbing challenge with the aim of climbing 3,871 flights of stairs – the equivalent of Mount Everest. The event was organised by the school’s Sport
Manx 3 Peaks registrations open with a new partnership
Accountancy firm Crowe is to be the sponsor of the Children’s Centre’s Manx 3 Peaks Challenge on Sunday July 4.
Business 365 Issue 4
Children & Families First By Joni Beck
Business 365 Issue 3
Volunteering by Jane Howland
New Domestic Abuse Initiative in Partnership with The Joanna Simpson Foundation
The Children’s Centre were delighted to attend The Joanna Simpson Foundation awareness raising lunch at the Comis Hotel in November to launch our new partnership.
Manx Lottery Trust Supports The Children's Centre's 100% Sustainable Power Project
The Children’s Centre Community Farm now runs on 100% sustainable power thanks to a helping hand from Manx Lottery Trust
Business 365 Issue 2
Will you help us make the Island the best pace in the world to live?