Congratulations and welcome to two new Rainbow sites in the Northwest: St William’s Catholic Primary School, Pilling, & St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Claughton, Preston. Both were trained over the last fortnight by Registered Director, Phil Harrison, along with Staff from existing sites: St Bernadettte’s and St Joseph’s Catholic Primary Schools in Lancaster.
New report shows Rainbows Programmes working well in schools throughout GB. REPORT HEADLINES: 91% of young people say Rainbows is really helpful 89% of class teachers note the positive impact of Rainbows as excellent and observed positive changes in […]
Headteacher Lucy Saxton with some of the children helping Rainbows. School is so colourful today as we launch our pledge to raise £100 for Rainbows GB! Which other schools will pledge?
RAINBOWS BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GB “Rainbows 300” Can you help us raise £100 before July 2020? If just 300 individuals or 300 schools or 300 parishes or 300 businesses or 300 communities could raise us £100 each, we will be able […]
Below are some examples of how young pupils from Shakespeare Primary School in Fleetwood, who have attended one of the Rainbows Programmes, display their important Memories. These are Christmas displays from recent years. Over the years the displays have titles […]
In 2019, St George’s Weybridge celebrates the 150th anniversary of the founding of the first Josephite school in Croydon in 1869. To celebrate this important date in the history of our schools and the vision of the Founder, Constant Van […]
Here’s what young people say helped them get through their parents’ divorce September 4, 2019 2.44pm BST Rainbows Trustee Dr Sue Kay-Flowers Senior Lecturer in Education and Childhood Studies, Liverpool John Moores University, has had her article entitled : Here’s what […]
An Investigation into Facilitators’ Views of the Value of the Rainbows Programme in Supporting Children Experiencing Loss in Three Schools in Merseyside.Jessica Delaney Please find Jess’s article in the copy of SPARK, the journal of early work by student researchers […]