Monthly Archives: November 2018

Day Out At TruNinja

27 November, 2018

On Wednesday 31st October, Sophie and Laura met with 10 of our young people at TruNinja in Stoke on Trent – TruNinja is a revolutionary adventure Park that is full of different challenges. TruNinja brought lots of fun, fitness and adventure to all our young people who attended. Our carers enjoyed a coffee whilst watching their […]

Anti-Bullying Week 2018: Choose Respect

16 November, 2018

Bullying can cause many young people to feel isolated, worthless and insecure. Over time, repeated bullying may also cause a child some serious, lasting issues, as their confidence and self-esteem diminishes. The Anti-Bullying Alliance have launched their annual Anti-Bullying Week campaign this week and this year’s theme is to choose respect over bullying. The theme […]

Children’s Feedback Event

13 November, 2018

Our Beverley office recently requested feedback from our looked after children, as a part of our Children’s Communication Project, in an attempt to improve future care and support for the young people coming into our care. Over 20 children and young people took part at a children’s consultation. The Children, aged between 8 and 18 […]

Anti-Bullying Week

12 November, 2018

This week our Chislehurst branch joined in on the nationwide campaign, Odd Socks Day to mark the beginning of Anti-Bullying week (12th-16th November 2018). Odd Socks Day gives everybody the opportunity to express themselves through their chosen socks, whilst also raising awareness around the prevention of bullying. The campaign demonstrates that our differences make us unique and that these differences should […]

Halloween Science Adventure

7 November, 2018

On Wednesday 31st October, Michelle, Brigitte and Liz took some of the Three Counties children to the Thinktank in Birmingham – the Thinktank is a science museum that aims to encourage more children to pursue carers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Everyone enjoyed chatting on the way as they travelled to the museum by […]

National Hug a Bear Day

Today is National Hug a Bear Day and we’re celebrating the comfort that these cuddly companions bring to a child in care. Over the next 12 months, it’s expected that more than 30,000 children will come into care and sadly, many of these children may come into care with very little personal belongings, just the […]