Posts tagged fostering
Our chosen charities

Three Circles Fostering supports other organisations working with children and young people, with significant charitable donations. These donations are made unconditionally, and not to promote our own commercial interests.

Our chosen charities are listed below and can be viewed by clicking the link at the bottom of this post. This year, we have also raised money for Macmillan cancer support, Children in Need, Save the Children and the Seashells Trust.

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Foster Care Fortnight

It has been a busy Foster Care Fortnight here at Three Circles. 

The overarching message of Foster Care Fortnight is 'foster care transforms lives'.

We are passionate about the difference that foster care makes to the lives of fostered children and young people, and Foster Care Fortnight is an excellent opportunity to showcase that difference. But foster care doesn't just transform the lives of the young people who are fostered, it also has the power to change the lives of foster carers, their families and all those who are involved in fostering. 

We had lots of fun at the office creating a short video to showcase what makes us proud to support fostering. You can view it below........

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Bake Sale for Sports Relief 2018!

This week the office has been raising money for sports relief! 

We had a bake sale on Tuesday and raised over £200, thanks to all the carers for getting involved! 

We also have a team doing a stepathon challenge, we are counting up all our steps so by the end of Friday we have walked the same distance as London to Paris!

To support and donate please follow this link: 

https://my.sportrelief.com/sponsor/scrambledleggs 

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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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Our Mission Statement

1. Children & Young People

The overriding objective of Three Circles Fostering is to focus all of its professional operations and administrative systems on securing highly successful personal, social and educational outcomes for all children and young people placed with us.

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Celebrating Achievements

Celebrating achievements is one of our favourite things to do at Three Circles! Last month we heard about so many fantastic achievements!

We want to 'shout these out' to say how proud we are of you all! Here are some of the fantastic things we heard about in January!

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LGBT History Month

February is LGBT History Month 2018
 

Theme: "Geography: Mapping Our World"

The Proud Trust have created a fantastic LGBT History Month Resource and Education Pack for 2018, in conjunction with Schools OUT UK. They're also delighted that Stuart Milk, nephew of Harvey, co-founder of Harvey Milk Foundation and international LGBT rights campaigner, has also contributed, by writing the foreword.

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Parental controls - a guide from CEOP

Parental controls - a guide from CEOP.  Parental controls are a great tool to help protect your children online. There’s plenty of advice available to help you using them may not be as difficult as you first thought and there is help available.

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Useful Links Three Circles Fostering

Hello,

We have compiled a page where there are lots of useful links for young people and carers. We will keep adding to the resources and welcome any suggestions you may have. This page is designed to provide support to young people but is also useful to carers. There is a link at the bottom of the carer login - you can also click the link below.

https://www.threecirclesfostering.com/useful-links-1

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Educate against hate

I would like make you all aware of a great resource for carers called 'Educate Against Hate'. This is a website that provides practical advice and support to help all individuals keep children safe from the dangers of extremism. This site has been created by the Department for Education and the Home Office. www.educateagainsthate.com

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