REPORT REMOVE! Take Down online NUde images or video! Report Remove is a tool that allows young people to report nude images or videos that have been shared online, to see if it is possible to get them taken down. Developed by NSPCC and IWF and supported by Childline, this tool gives information to young […]
The Foster Care Charity Welcomes New Trustees to Strengthen Governance & Propel Strategic Growth We celebrate our new chapter and charitable status with the appointment of Donna Jackman and Simon Egerton to our Board of Trustees, effective September 2023. And, we say goodbye to Elizabeth (Betty) Hutton who has stepped down from her role on
FCC are excited to recruit an experienced and enthusiastic part-time Education Specialist, ideally based in the Midlands area, to join our successful charity. The role is home based providing support to our foster families across England including Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, East Anglia, Yorkshire, the North West and the Midlands. The successful candidate will have at least 5 years classroom teaching experience and recent teaching experience in Primary or Secondary Education. Part time 24 hours per week 9am to 3pm Mon-Thurs, Term Time Only (39 weeks per year )- work from home.
If you are planning to give electronic gadgets to your children this year, or if you are simply aware of an increase of time spent online, check out these parent guides designed to help you keep kids safe in a digital world. “Online safety is when young people know who they can tell if they
FCC are excited to recruit an exceptional Finance Manager, who will be a key member of our management team, to join our successful charity. The role holder will work closely with the Senior Leadership Team and will be expected to be a strategic thinker and lead on key aspects of financial and resource planning. The successful candidate will be a fully qualified accountant with experience of working within the charitable sector. Part time 22.5-25 hours per week, hybrid working, Location Malvern, WR14
There is a real and growing concern of how many young people find it OK to share inappropriate images online. It is leading to so many becoming vulnerable to potential exploitation, blackmail and harm from a young age, leaving a lasting digital footprint. If you share it, you are involved. It’s time for foster carers and parents to have an important conversation about online safety. Let’s help children navigate the digital world as safely as possible.
So what does an Education Specialist do as part of an independent foster care agency? It’s a really varied role! Primarily I liaise with foster carers, placing authorities and individual social workers, to promote educational achievement and provide assistance where difficulties are present. Support at Education Meetings As the Education Specialist it’s my job to
Perhaps you’d like to become a Foster Carer, but you think your circumstances prevent you. You may have been told a lot of conflicting things about fostering children. With so many misconceptions around, we thought we’d help dispel those foster care myths and give you the facts about who can foster and what you can
Ketamine is an increasingly popular recreational drug of choice for teens and this is a drug that no one should take. However, as a parent or foster carer you may not be able to stop children and young people coming into contact with it. Being informed could help the teenagers in your care to make
Raise awareness and break the stigma Each year 18 October is World Menopause Day an opportunity to raise awareness, break the stigma and highlight the support available for improving health and wellbeing for those experiencing menopause. Menopause is not just a gender or age issue; it is an organisational issue which can impact everyone in