Through a series of personal stories, we hope to show the very unique contribution made by some very special people and offer a small insight into the lives of children in foster care.

The views and opinions expressed in these blogs are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of NAFP.

Understanding unmet need: Haringey and BERRI

By Matt Utley, Children’s Commissioner, Haringey Council
20 Dec 2021

Fostering the Future, breaks and the public debate on care

Harvey Gallagher, Chief Executive, NAFP
8 Sep 2021

Thoughts on the Case for Change

Harvey Gallagher, NAFP chief executive
5 Aug 2021

Fostering panels: business as usual?

By Catherine Lockett
30 Jun 2021

Words are important

By Harvey Gallagher, Chief Executive, NAFP
27 May 2021

Supporting Muslim children through Ramadan

By Tay Jiva MBE
21 Apr 2021

Building resilience in young people

by Catherine Lockett
2 Mar 2021

Included and safe - Luke's story

Anthony Wright, Mind Of My Own
8 Jan 2021

Should fostering providers obtain cyber/data protection insurance?

Is Cyber Essentials certification of value?
16 Oct 2020

Black Foster Children - Children who belong

By Rebecca Olayinka
2 Sep 2020

Staying curious: why have some children in foster care thrived in lockdown?

By Katherine Mautner | Learning from lockdown
13 Jul 2020

COVID 19 webinar report: Children’s Principal Social Workers Network

By Catherine Lockett in association with What Works for Children’s Social Care | Learning from lockdown
7 Jul 2020
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