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  • The Fostering Network will be asking people to consider their own personal connection to fostering and to find out whether they have the skills to make a difference to a child’s life during Foster Care Fortnight ™ 2015.

  • The Fostering Network today welcomes the news that the Scottish Government has laid down in the Scottish Parliament an amendment to The Looked after Children (Scotland) Regulations to introduce placement limits to foster care.

  • The Fostering Network has today published a collection of poems and short stories written by children and young people who live in fostering families, called Growing Up in our House.

  • The Fostering Network in Scotland is running a Christmas e-card competition for children and young people from across Scotland.

  • The Fostering Network is inviting its foster carer and fostering service members to a series of exclusive events across England in the new year.

  • The Fostering Network is seeking intrepid explorers and adventure seekers to join us in October 2015 in trekking the Great Wall of China.

  • The Fostering Network is calling on fostering services and employers in England to help increase the range of skills being brought into fostering by providing flexible working conditions for foster carers, in a new report published today by The Fostering Network.

  • The Fostering Network Wales is to launch Let's Go, which is aimed at improving health and wellbeing, strengthening fostering placements and encouraging children into sport, in early 2015. 

  • The Fostering Network in Wales has today submitted a response to the National Assembly’s Enterprise and Business Committee Inquiry on assisting young people into work, and has called for a renewed focus on support into employment for care leavers in Wales.

  • The latest edition of Foster Care magazine has been rattling through letter boxes across the UK in the last week.


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