Care & Education practice materials include resources used by education and social care practitioners to support the education of care-experienced children and young people. It currently focuses on advice contributed by organisations to assist people in their practice. However, we are actively seeking examples of resources used directly with children and young people. If you have materials that you use and would like to share, please let us know by contacting ExChange: Care & Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The impact of attachment and trauma on learning
A Powerpoint presentation by Ann Bell, Director of the Wales Adoption Support Partnership…
Thrive: Keeping yourself safe online
Last year the Fostering Network in Wales met and worked with young people from across Wales to hear what they had to say about the digital world and how to stay safe online…
The Fostering Network: Working hand in hand
Read The Fostering Network: Working hand in hand, an education magazine for foster carers…
Amy’s diary: A fostered young person’s journey through secondary school
This is the fictional diary of Amy. Amy came into foster care when she was in Year 6, as a result of neglect and physical abuse…
First educators: Raising the educational aspirations of looked-after children and young people
Our role in raising the educational aspirations of looked-after children and young people…
Making it happen: How foster carers can help children raise their aspirations in education
This short publication aims to inspire you as foster carers to help the children in your care raise their academic aspirations…
Thrive magazine for young people: Reviews
Whether you love ‘em or loathe them, reviews are a great way to get your feelings and opinions heard…
Thrive magazine for young people: Education
Why this special edition? Whether you love it or hate it, school is important. If you do well at school you will increase your chances of getting what YOU want out of life.
Thrive magazine for young people: School counselling
Ok, so you’re in care and sometimes it’s tough but there are people that can help you. Do you know where to get that help?
When I’m Ready FAQ: Planning transition to adulthood for care leavers
This resource draws on the questions, ideas and suggestions presented through our national consultation work with foster carers…