Entries for 'Daniel Rosewarne'
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
This month I have delivered training to Foster carers and staff at our Yorkshire Support groups on Live Streaming and I thought it would be helpful to share a summary of this training in my blog.
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Skyrocket, the organisation set up by The Foster Care Co-operative, The Children's Family Trust and Community Foster Care has made it into our local press (Worcester News and Malvern Gazette).
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
The Foster Care Co-operative has joined forces with The Children’s Family Trust and Community Foster Care in an unprecedented move - to offer unique training that will cut costs and fully prepare foster care staff for the unique task of managing a fostering organisation. ‘Skyrocket’ is the resulting joint venture.
Every year, The Fostering Network - one of the UK’s leading fostering charities - launches a campaign called ‘Sons and Daughters Month’. The campaign celebrates the role of ‘birth children’ in the fostering household.
Friday, September 15, 2017
To become a foster carer, full training is provided. But there are many transferrable skills that a lot of people don't realise they already have.
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
This month's blog is about a recent screening of a film called Resilience, and how we can integrate the themes raised in the film with our knowledge of a child’s digital world.
Thursday, August 17, 2017
We are very pleased to say that we have launched a new area on our website aimed at the children of our carers! Kidz Zone is a place solely for children. They can enter competitions, become our ‘guest reporter’ and submit art electronically for publishing. They can also catch up on any new announcements, read the blog written by our very own Kidz Rep and contact us if they need to.
This month's blog is about e-safety and school transition from Y6 toY7.
Following the horrific fire at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, the government is advising local authorities and social and private landlords to assess all buildings over 18 metres high (approximately six storeys) to identify those with external cladding made of Aluminium Composite Material.
If your child uses Snapchat, please watch this video - it relates to a new feature called 'Snap Map' - which allows users to see where their friends are on a digital map.