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DAisnotOK
21 October 2016
Primary school children are learning how to protect themselves from harmful domestic abuse, in a bold new education programme touring Doncaster this week. Launched by Doncaster Children’s Services...
17 October 2016
National Adoption Week 2016 Monday17 October is the start of 2016 National Adoption Week (17-23rd October), and is part of a campaign to promote a wider understanding of adoption and to encourage...
9 September 2016
An independent review of the country’s first children’s services trust has praised the “energy and commitment” of staff to improve outcomes for children. Doncaster Children’s Services Trust invited...
Kids jumping with delight.
2 September 2016
The ‘significant progress’ made to improve services for children and young people in need of help and protection in Doncaster has been praised by Ofsted. The inspection agency published its report...
19 August 2016
Fostering & Adoption teams at Doncaster Pride 2016 Tomorrow, 20 August, our fostering and adoption teams will be at Doncaster Pride in Sir Nigel Gresley Square outside Cast in Doncaster town...
5 August 2016
Ever thought about  Fostering? Bertie the Fostering Bear and the recruitment team will be at Conisborough Gala at Miners Welfare Recreation Ground (opposite the Ivanhoe Centre) from 10am to 4pm on...
27 July 2016
Fostering team at Thorne Summer Festival  The fostering recruitment team made up of staff and foster carers will be on hand at the Thorne Summer Festival 30 July 2016 to answer all your fostering...
#DAisnotOK
22 July 2016
Parents being abused by their 11 to 15-year-old children are being encouraged to register on a ground breaking support programme in Doncaster. Starting in September, this will be the third time in a...
Perpetrator programme #DAisnotOK
19 July 2016
Since February, Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, with the Police and the charity Foundation, has been working intensively with fathers and mothers who have abused their partners through violence...
19 July 2016
Some 130,000 children in the UK live in homes where there is a high risk of domestic abuse. It’s estimated that only half of these children are known to children’s social care, and yet the majority...
Volunteers celebrate with Paul Moffat and Sue Wakefield of the Trus
12 July 2016
Volunteers who transform the lives of children in Doncaster were celebrated at a special event in our town centre offices.  Chief Executive Paul Moffat thanked our volunteers who are Independent...
30 June 2016
Doncaster Children’s Services Trust is asking residents during Private Fostering Week (4 -10 July) to help them ensure the safety and wellbeing of local children who don’t live at home with their...
Chair of Trust Colin Hilton, Mrs Bobbie Roberts, Chair of the Trustees at Doncaster Deaf Trust, Dr Terry Riley, Chair of the British Deaf Association and Chief Executive of the Trust Paul Moffat
24 June 2016
he Trust which delivers children’s social care in Doncaster has signed up to the British Sign Language (BSL) Charter. The charter pledges to provide easy access to services for people who use British...
15 June 2016
Two leading Yorkshire sports teams have teamed up to tackle the devastating effects of domestic abuse on children. Players from top tier clubs, Doncaster Rugby League and Doncaster Rovers Belles LFC...
Paul Moffat (centre) and representatives of the Trust, South Yorkshire Police and Doncaster Council at the launch of EPIC.
31 May 2016
We launched our dynamic new crime prevention programme for 10-17-year-olds with a celebration at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium. EPIC - which stands for Encouraging Potential Inspiring Change – will...

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“Excellent team work taken place between YOS/16+; it has shown that when we work together it can definitely help our young people and make the difference.” 

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