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.

Included and safe - Luke's story

8 January 2021
Anthony Wright, Mind Of My Own

Should fostering providers obtain cyber/data protection insurance?

16 October 2020
Is Cyber Essentials certification of value?

Black Foster Children - Children who belong

2 September 2020
By Rebecca Olayinka

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

13 July 2020
By Katherine Mautner | Learning from lockdown

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

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

'No matter what life has thrown at me I am still fostering, and Sam is still here'

20 May 2020
By Catherine Lockett | LGBT Adoption & Fostering Week

Poem written by an 11yr old young person

12 May 2020
Foster Care Fortnight

'Seeing them back home, sending us pictures of what they are doing, makes us proud'

12 May 2020
By Catherine Lockett | Foster Care Fortnight

A journey into foster care that transformed life for a child

12 May 2020
By a foster carer | Foster Care Fortnight

So, you want to be a panel member?

29 April 2020
By Nick Barwick | Fostering panels
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