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Helping children in care to thrive

The Who Cares? Trust is a voice for children in care. Everything we do is designed to improve the day to day experience of children and young people in care - and their future lives.

What's new in care

Young people from care backgrounds in Scotland helped to pursue further education

Young people from care backgrounds in Scotland helped to pursue further education

January 2015

For young people who are in or have left care, further education can offer a crucial route to improving their life outcomes. Now a new publication available free online from The Who Cares? Trust, The College Handbook for Looked After Young People and Care Leavers (A Guide to the Support Available in Further Education in Scotland), will help to raise the aspirations and attainment of young people from a care background and help them onto a pathway to achieving their goals.

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Staff in children's homes to be trained on child sexual exploitation and cyberbullying

Staff in children's homes to be trained on child sexual exploitation and cyberbullying

January 2015

The government has announced two new qualifications for workers at residential children’s homes. The training will address two areas of increasing concern: child sexual exploitation (CSE) and cyberbullying, and is designed to help staff recognise, and act on, the early signs of both issues.

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The Who Cares? Trust,
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London, N1 9PG
Telephone: 020 7251 3117
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