Doncaster Children’s Services Trust is calling for experienced social workers to support its ongoing response to provide vitals support for our children, young people and families across the borough.
The Trust are seeking committed individuals to help them continue their journey to ‘outstanding’ as they work with vulnerable people who need a little bit of extra support.
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Designed to encourage and inspire the children and young people to take part in something creative during the lock down period, the Trust Fostering team recently held their very own poetry competit
This week marks the start of Foster Care Fortnight, and Trust Fostering is using the annual event to urge people to think about whether fostering could be the right life-changing opportunity for them.
Foster Care Fortnight is the UK’s biggest foster care awareness campaign, delivered by foster charity The Fostering Network. It takes place this year between Monday 11 May and Sunday 24 May.
Parents and carers of young people in Doncaster are being urged to ensure their children are safe when they are online by the borough’s Child Exploitation (CE) Team.
Doncaster Children’s Services Trust took a walk on the wild side as it celebrated the successes and personal achievements gained over the past year by young people growing up in care and care leavers.
Nearly 200 young people received certificates at the annual Celebrating Success Awards, held jointly by the Trust and Doncaster Council.
Dozens of children and teenagers are on their way to realising their aspirations after being matched with a mentor.
The Trusted Mentors scheme, run by Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, is looking for more volunteers so they can help up to 300 youngsters who may benefit from having some independent adult support.
Foster carers from Doncaster are to join in the fun as part of a national two week celebration of fostering this month while also hoping to attract more people to come forward to join their fostering family.
The Trust Fostering team, which is part of Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, have lined up a packed programme of events for Foster Care Fortnight, which runs between Monday 13 May and Sunday 26 May.
A couple from Doncaster, who have helped and supported over 100 children as foster carers, were this week praised for their life-long commitment as they retire from fostering aged 80 and 81.
Ian and Eileen Lindley first began fostering in 1992 and have provided a home to children who cannot live with their birth families ever since.
As specialist foster carers they have supported vulnerable children facing a range of challenging circumstances, welcoming all into their care and significantly improving their life chances.
A celebration has been held to mark the first anniversary of Cantley House, a home in Doncaster that prepares care leavers for independent living.
The facility provides supported living for young people previously cared for through the Doncaster Children’s Services Trust.