Congratulations for an EPIC achievement

Last Updated: September 12, 2017

Doncaster Children’s Services Trust’s crime prevention team EPIC (Encouraging Potential, Inspiring Change) have been shortlisted for this year’s national Children and Young People’s Awards.
They are now in the finals for best Early Intervention programme and will be invited to attend the ceremony in London at the end of November.

Meet our Young Advisors

Last Updated: September 21, 2017

At the Trust we are lucky to have a team of experts - our Young Advisors.

The role of the Young Advisor is something that’s pretty unique for the children and young people of Doncaster.  It was developed in the early days of the Trust being set up as a way for young people to have direct access to the Trust's senior leaders in a way that had never happened before.

It’s a way to ensure that young people are given the opportunity to truly understand and be at the heart of an organisation that was set up to improve their lives. 

Professionals join together to raise awareness of safeguarding

Last Updated: September 22, 2017

25 September – 6 October 2017 will see the launch of a Doncaster wide safeguarding awareness fortnight.

The fortnight, designed to raise awareness of child and adult safeguarding, will feature activities and training for professionals and members of the community across Doncaster.

Following a series of successful standalone safeguarding awareness events, the Doncaster Safeguarding Children Board (DSCB) and Doncaster Safeguarding Adults Board (DSAB) partners have joined forces to further increase their impact and empower staff.

Trust launches tongue-in-cheek campaign to recruit new foster carers

Last Updated: September 28, 2017

Doncaster Children’s Services Trust has this week launched a tongue-in-cheek campaign aimed at recruiting new Doncaster foster carers.

The Trust Fostering campaign will run across its Facebook page for the entirety of October, asking users if they miss stepping on Lego, need someone to tidy up after and want to help someone with their homework, among other things.

“She really listened to me, I really felt heard.”

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