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Inappropriate Image Sharing OnLine – FOSTER PARENT GUIDES

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.

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Celebrating black history month 2023

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2023 Throughout this Black History Month, in support of the ‘Celebrating Our Sisters’ 2023 theme, we are highlighting and celebrating incredible Black women who have helped change lives and perceptions. In particular those who have influenced the lives of children and families through their work. Check out more about these women,

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Co-operative Transitions to Foster Care Charity

Introducing The Foster Care Charity A new era in transforming children’s lives We are proud to announce from 1st October, 2023, The Foster Care Co-operative has transitioned to become The Foster Care Charity.  This exciting development marks a pivotal moment in our journey to provide foster care and support to vulnerable children across England and

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16+Funding for Looked After Children

The UK Government has a pilot grant project to provide additional educational funding for looked-after children and care leavers at post-16.   An additional £5 million has been made available to selected Local Authorities in England for the 2022-23 school year. Funds are there for schools to provide support for educational interventions, tuition or anything else

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