Posts in voice of children in care
Supporting LGBT young people in care - a video with advice from young people

On Saturday the 9th July 2018 the KIC-out group met at the Proud Trust. This group is all about giving young people who identify within the lgbt umbrella a voice and to share best practice to professionals in caring settings.

The video they put together is fab! It can be viewed by clicking read more. Please share with social workers, carers and anybody else you think would benefit from watching it!

Thank you,

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Accept Adapt Achieve 

Some advice for all people working with children and young people. Three simple words that can help us all make life better in many different ways especially when young people or other adults do not live within the norms that we may have grown used to.

Accept Adapt Achieve 

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Prince's Trust Director's Award Delivered to the KICup Group!

Wow! What a day it has been today. Seven young people attended an event today at Challenge 4 Change in Trafford Park. The young people were surprised by a visit from the Regional Director of the Prince's Trust. They were selected for the Director's award out of 10,000 entries and WON!

She spoke at length about how impressed she was by the achievements of the group. We could not be prouder of the work the young people do for the wider Three Circles family. They have all shown incredible creativity and teamwork skills and thoroughly deserve this award!

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Three Circles has been nominated for the LGBT community organisation award at The National Diversity Awards 2018.

We have been nominated for the LGBT community organisation award at The National
Diversity Awards 2018.

 

Nominations are now open and close June 01st 2018 


Shortlisted nominees will be announced shortly after this date.


To nominate us please visit: nominate.nationaldiversityawards.co.uk
Or for a nomination form please email: emma@nationaldiversityawards.co.uk

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33% of our year 13's this year got a place at uni!

We want to shout this statistic so loud. 

Since the early 2000's statistics on how many care leavers make it to university have been incredibly low. Ranging from 1% to a more recent 6%. These bleak statistics show that if you are a care leaver, you are 6 times less likely to go to University. 

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Graffiti workshop - Online Safety

Wow! What a day we had on Saturday at Three Circles Fostering. We had a company called Graffiti Stars come in to deliver an online safety workshop.

Young people braved the cold to design an incredible piece of artwork that is permanently displayed in our youth/ training room.

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