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This charter was developed with care-experienced parents
and professionals who work for charities and local authorities. The charter sets out what we will do to help you plan for being a parent, how we will support when you become a parent and what we will do to challenge stigma and disadvantage.
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The designated teacher for looked-after and previously looked-after children Statutory guidance on their roles and
responsibilities February 2018
This is statutory guidance from the Department for Education, issued under sections 20(4) and 20A(4) of the Children and Young Persons Act 2008.
The Digital Divide: Internet access for care leavers September 2020.
This report was undertaken in partnership with the Network of Regional Youth Units and the National House Project. This work gathered the views of 90 care experienced young people on their digital access during Covid19.
Published by HM Prisons and Probation Service
Some young people may have had a negative experience of the care system and do not want to be associated with being a Care Leaver. Many young people consider ‘Care Leaver’
a negative label that carries stigma associated with challenging behaviour and poor attainment.
This report calls for a common offer for care leavers across London, regardless of where they're looked after. At the moment care leavers get different support depending on the borough they live in, and many lose support when they move away from the local authority they were in the care of.
Research - Over the past five years, we have collected over 10,000 care-experienced voices through the Your Life Beyond Care and the Your Life, Your Care surveys. Children in care and care leavers have told us how they feel about their lives and what they have shared gives an unprecedented insight into their subjective well-being.
Working Together to Safeguard Children A guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of
Nothing is more important than children’s welfare. Children1 who need help and protection
deserve high quality and effective support as soon as a need is identified.