We work closely with over 100 local authorities across the South East of England, the Midlands, the North West and Yorkshire. Together, we look after over 400 vulnerable children and young people. We’re also an active member of NAFP (the Nationwide Association of Fostering Providers), the Fostering Network and BAAF (the British Association for Adoption & Fostering).

Value. Quality. Choice. Communication.
What we offer local authorities.

We pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality care and standards of safeguarding. At the same time, we’re aware of the increasing cost pressures on local authorities. Through economies of scale and operational efficiencies, we look to deliver excellent value without ever compromising on care.

We’re very proud of our team of dedicated and highly-trained carers. And we’re working all the time to recruit and develop more people, who match local authorities’ specific needs in terms of skills and geography. Our rigorous assessment, training and support networks means we have robust, resilient carers with the skills to cope with challenging behaviours.

Last but not least, we make sure you’re kept informed at all times. We don’t just contact you in times of crisis. All our local authority partners are kept right up to date with the progress of the children and young people in our care.

What Ofsted says about us

Our over-all Ofsted status across all of our registered offices is ‘good’ – with a number of ‘outstanding’ ratings in areas from quality of service, to outcomes for children and young people.

“Young people receive good quality child-focused care with some outstanding outcomes. The service is well managed and staff are sufficiently qualified and experienced. Young people are matched with foster carers who can meet their needs.”