Hear Me

Young people are at the centre of everything we do at the Trust  

We want to deliver the very best services for our children and young people. We know that we can only do this by listening to them, after all, they know our services the best and will tell us it like it is – what works, what doesn’t work and often have the ideas as to how we can make things better for them.

Hear Me brings together all the opportunities for our children and young to be heard. Be it through sharing their thoughts, ideas and opinions with their social worker, independent reviewing officer (IRO), advocate, school teacher or by getting involved in one of our care councils, participation groups or by being a Young Advisor to the Chief Executive of the Trust

Hearing you

How children and young people can share their thoughts, ideas and opinions about their care and the issues that matter to them.

Young Advisors creating their film

Chief Executive's Young Advisors

How our Chief Executive's Young Advisors are using their experiences to help shape our work here at the Trust.

Hear Me: Training for professionals

Hear me training provides a unique insight into the care system by those who understand it the best, the young people who have grown up in care.

“Volunteers are the best. People don’t understand or realise how much time and effort it takes to make their young person feel safe and trust them.”

Care leaver

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