Hello everybody! Welcome to the Youth Zone! Here you will find lots of useful information. Below is the book called 'My Fostering Adventure'. It is a book for you , all about what Three Circles Fostering is and all the important people you will meet!
My Fostering Adventure
Share your views
If you have a question, some feedback, suggestions for events, a complaint - or just want to talk. Click the button below and share your views with us :)
It is important that you know that anything you share will be recorded and may be passed on to your social worker. If you need to talk to someone confidentially, then call Childline on 0800 1111.
You can also give us a call, anytime using the number below:
01625 533 531
Call 0800 1111 if you need to talk.
You can also ask an adult to help fill out this form with you:
If you are not happy with Three Circles Fostering you could call Ofsted to tell them.
0300 123 1231
A video made by young people to explain to you what a Reg 35 visit is........
Some great cartoons for you to watch with your foster carers all about keeping safe online!
Ask an adult to you trust to talk to you about these important people.
Independent visitor: an adult friend for children. They may visit and do fun things like going to the cinema or the zoo. If you would like one, tell your social worker and it can be arranged
Supervising Social Worker: They help your foster carer to look after you
Children's Guardian: may talk to you about what you think about your life. They make sure the judge in court knows all about you.
NT&AS Teacher: help you to make sure you enjoy school. They can help you with homework or anything you are finding hard at school.
Social Worker: Their job is to talk to you and your family to make sure you all know what is happening and that decisions made are right for you
Independent Reviewing Officer: Chair the review meetings and make sure you have a voice at the meeting. Their role is to make sure everybody does what they agreed to do.
We have lots of events at the Youth Zone. Talk to your carers about what events are coming up.
We have set up a survey for you to fill out which will help us plan future events! Ask an adult to help you fill it in.
Ask an adult to talk these words with you.
Advocate: A person who helps you to speak about what you want
Care Order: means that the local authority can make decisions about who you will live with
CAMHS: People who work with young people who have emotional or mental health difficulties
Carers: Your parents or other family members who look after you. Foster carers are people who have been chosen to look after you
Judge: A person who sits at court hearing cases and makes decisions about the outcome
Legal: To do with the law
Report: A written statement
Review: To look at something again. In your review everyone who works with you will talk about how you are doing and what should happen next
PEP MEETING, WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT?
Watch this video with your carers to learn all about PEP meetings.