Private fostering – keeping children safe in Doncaster

Last Updated: July 3, 2015

Doncaster Children’s Services Trust is urging residents this Private Fostering Week (6-10 July) to help them ensure the safety and wellbeing of local children who don’t live at home with their parents or close relative.

Private fostering is when someone who is not a close relative cares for another person’s child for 28 days or more. Anyone involved in a private fostering arrangement is required by law to tell the Trust about these arrangements so that these children can be kept safe and their carers can get the support that they may be entitled to.

'Frozen' characters join foster family fun day

Last Updated: July 6, 2015

Foster families from across Doncaster enjoyed summer fun in Bentley at the weekend.

Foster parents and their children flocked to Doncaster Foster Carers’ Association annual Family Fun Day at Bentley High Street School.  Highlights included a visit from ‘Elsa and Anna’ from Frozen, as well as a puppet theatre, a reptile display, craft workshops and stalls.

Intensive training week ahead for new domestic abuse team

Last Updated: July 31, 2015

A new team of navigators, together with dedicated police personnel, will next week embark on an intensive programme of in depth activities as they prepare to break the cycle of domestic abuse in Doncaster. 

This dynamic new team will drive Growing Futures, Doncaster Children’s Services Trust £3 million programme, which will steer children and families affected by domestic abuse to direct, immediate help.

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