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Term Time Host Families Required

The Committee for Health and Social Care are seeking term time hosts for students from Alderney and Sark who are due to commence or continue their education in Guernsey in September. The majority of students will be entering post-16 education at the Grammar School and Sixth Form Centre, Guernsey College of Further Education. Term time host families may also be required for students...Read more »

Foster Care Fortnight 2018

The Family Placement Service are again supporting the Fostering Network's national campaign, Foster Care Fortnight, between 14th & 27th May 2018. 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...Read more »

Foster Care Walk 2018

The Foster Walk Hi Everyone,  Our Foster Care Walk has fast become a popular tradition during Foster Care Fortnight over the last few years we have had up to 150 join us for the fun, colourful walk that ends with a Picnic and fun for the children who join us.  This year we are walking from Grandes Rocques to Ladies Bay on 20th May.   Foster carers, supporters, families and...Read more »

Fostering Article in Guernsey Press

We were featured in today's Guernsey Press in our efforts to recruit more foster carers. If you like to find out more information about Fostering, please contact Duty Worker on 01481...Read more »

Concerned about on line safety? Read this!

Many parents and foster carers can feel left behind by the advances in online technology and social networking . Children take to texting, Facebook, Twitter and the rest of it, while not necessarily having the judgement or social skills to keep themselves safe and happy online. In the meantime, carers and parents struggle to give guidance in a world which is unfamiliar...Read more »

Smartphone App for Fostering and Adoption

The British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF) has launched a Smartphone app for anyone interested in fostering and adoption. It provides a handy reference tool with lots of information and would be very good for answering questions that occur to you at odd moments when there is no-one to ask and nowhere else to look them up.  Beware that a few sections - Adoption Support for...Read more »


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