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EU Nationals | Criteria to Foster | Brexit UK

Brexit and Fostering. EU nationals: foster carers and fostered children The report ‘EU nationals: foster carers and fostered children.’ by Fostering Network’s Campaigns Manager, Vicki Swain concludes that; “EU citizens in the UK will be able to apply to get

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Christmas Foster Care

Fostering Christmas Christmas, that ‘wonderful time of the year’ – I wonder! We are getting quite close now to the school holidays and children and young people building up for Christmas and so some of what I say in this article

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Coronavirus Fostering Guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Fostering Guidance You are here:Home/Coronavirus (COVID-19) Fostering Guidance   Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for local authorities on children’s social care Published 2020 FOSTERING What happens to foster children if foster carers are self-isolating or become ill? We recognise the

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Fostering Siblings

Fostering Siblings. When the decision has been made that Fostering is a career that you wish to pursue, the process will begin. Part of this process will be to assess as to whether you are suitable to Foster Siblings. Fostering,

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Select Committee Hearings | Fostering UK

Select Committee Hearings Following an inquiry that was launched in the Autumn last year about Fostering in England, in February, the Education Committee held its first public evidence session as part of its inquiry.  The committee heard from foster carers

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Article News 2016

May 2016 More Help For Refugee Children The government’s decision to take in more refugee children from Europe has been welcomed by Local Authorities and Children’s Services around the UK. David Cameron last week accepted demands to take vulnerable children

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News Update 2016

Simply Fostering News March 2016 Archbishop visits Fostering Team  Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, met the fostering team from East Riding of Yorkshire Council while visiting County Hall in Beverley. The Archbishop, who is taking part in a

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News Roundup

Simply Fostering News December 2015 Rise in Number of Children in Care Latest figures show that there are nearly 70,000 children in foster care in England. This is the highest number for 30 years, according to the charity, Barnardos. The

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News Roundup

Simply Fostering News December 2015 Foster Children Make Better Progress at School Research from Oxford and Bristol University has suggested that children who are in foster care gain better GCSE results than those who remain living within a troubled family.

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Fostering a Disabled Child

Fostering A Child With A Disability I wonder if you are a ‘glass half-empty’ type of person or the ‘glass half-full’ sort?  Fostering a child with disabilities or additional needs can be a challenge.  If you are the ‘half-empty’ kind

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News Roundup

Simply Fostering News November 2015 Duchess of Cambridge to attend charity event On 17th November, the Duchess of Cambridge will attend a charity event which celebrates the achievements of social workers, foster carers and young people. The Fostering Excellence Awards is

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Fostering Same Goal Different Directions!

Foster Carers Same goal different directions! By Cathy Mayes Sometimes everyone needs to walk a little way in the other person’s shoes, and as  foster carers, you know the situation I’m talking about. The child is in crisis. You are

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