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Shared Earth Cotton Shoulder Tote bag - Sloth

£18.00
SKU: ASP2151
Your order will arrive within 3 - 5 days. The delivery charge to standard UK postcodes is £2.99, unless otherwise stated on the product page, or at checkout Free UK delivery on all orders over £50
Stylish Shared Earth Sloth pattern cotton bag
Great for shopping, days out, or the beach
Each bag comes with a designer label that explains about the individual animal and the main threats that it faces, primarily from human activity.

Approximate size:
Width 38cm
Height 28cm
Depth 10cm
Handle length 66cm
Handle drop 28cm

Postage & Packing

Your order will arrive within 3 - 5 days.

Standard delivery charge to UK mainland is £2.99, with free delivery if you spend over £50. Please note that this may vary depending on product range and postcode. The exact charge will be visible once an address is entered at checkout.

Please note we do not currently ship Internationally.

See, Hear, Respond

In 2020 Barnardo’s worked collaboratively with the Department of Education, to develop the ‘See, Hear, Respond’ programme. The purpose of the programme was to support vulnerable children and families that had been gravely affected by the Covid pandemic, and its associated lockdowns.

Working with a network of local partners, the programme generated over 15,000 referrals from vulnerable children and their families who were suffering from mental health problems, isolation and loneliness, issues with going back to school and parenting difficulties.

 A key objective was to intervene at an early stage, before these problems became exacerbated and caused additional harm, or led to a crisis situation.

Support was delivered by Barnardo’s, and a network of 82 delivery partners, to a total of 43,114 children and young people in the UK; the main groups were children under 5, children with educational needs or disabilities, children at risk of exploitation, children from BAME refugee groups, young carers and children with mental health needs.

A Digital Resource Hub was set up, that supported our key delivery strands of: Providing advice and support online,  face to face interventions and group work, and by working collaboratively with schools and their networks to support the re-integration of children into school. According to the Impact Evaluation Report produced by Cordis Bright, 98% of families said the support was helpful, and that they felt listened to, 7,331 children had reduced isolation and loneliness and 2,263 children became more settled at school.

“This was the best and quickest help we’ve had.” – Caitlin, year 8 student.

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