Hear Me

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

To achieve our goal of delivering ‘outstanding’ children’s services we know we need to listen to those who know our services best – our children and young people.

Here at the Trust we want the voices of children and young people to be heard at every chance – by making sure they have the opportunity to share their thoughts, ideas and opinions with their social worker, advocate, school teacher or by getting involved in one of our care councils or by being a Young Advisor to the Chief Executive of the Trust


Making care and leaving care better

How we make sure the voices of children and young people are heard in Doncaster. 

Voice and influence

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.

Take a look at what we have been upto.

Ofsted Good Provider
19 January 2018

Ofsted has rated services delivered by the country’s first independent Trust as ‘good’ across the board following a full inspection at the end of last year.

In their report, published today (Friday 19 January), the inspectors have praised the work being delivered by Doncaster Children’s...

Young Advisors meet the Minister
25 September 2017

Doncaster Children’s Services Trust was delighted to welcome the Minister of State for Children and Families, Robert Goodwill MP to its offices this month.

The Minister, Mr Goodwill MP was keen to see how the country’s first children’s Trust is making a difference to the lives of children...

“Having an Independent Visitor volunteer was the best thing that ever happened to me, and nine years later we’re still going strong. I'd be lost without you guys.”

Care leaver (aged 20)

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