The Fostering Network is encouraging foster carers and fostering services to complete an online survey looking at the initial impact and implementation of the staying put legislation in England.
At this time of year, when A-Levels results are in and children are embarking on their first steps towards independence at university, many minds turn to wondering what an empty house sounds like.
The Fostering Network has responded to news reports that one in three sibling groups are being split up, following freedom of information request findings that were made public over weekend.
The Fostering Network is calling for nominations for its first annual Fostering Excellence Awards in England and Wales to be held in October.
The Fostering Network, in partnership with Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), has issued a new position statement on smoking and the use of e-cigarettes.
Creator of Tracy Beaker, and long-time supporter of The Fostering Network, author Jacqueline Wilson is to judge the 2014 Sons and Daughters campaign creative writing competition.
The Fostering Network has launched the second annual Walk the Difference walk through London on Saturday 25 October as part of our Sons and Daughters campaign.
Following ongoing debate about staying put in residential care, since the Government in England announced that fostered young people could stay with their foster carers until 21, the Fostering Network would like to make the following comment to clarify its position: