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Safer Internet Day 2019

5th February 2019

  Safer Internet Day 2019: Safer internet day is an annual event which is celebrated every year in the UK in February. Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer …


Road Safety Week 2018

22nd November 2018

Road Safety Week 2018 is organised by ‘Brake’, a road safety charity. This is an annual event and the biggest road safety awareness event in the UK. Road Safety Week …

Father's day

Father’s Day

17th June 2018

Father’s day is a day which is celebrated once a year. The day is to show all the love and gratitude for your father and all that he may have …

initial home visit

Initial Home Visit

12th April 2018

Once the telephone screening has been completed, we will like to book an initial visit with you. This is a meeting that will be completed at your home and conducted …

fostering statistics

Current Fostering Statistics

6th April 2018

As of 31st March 2017 there were 72,670 looked after children in England. This is a 3% increase from the year of 2016. Compared to previous years the number of …

placement types

Understanding different types of placements

16th March 2018

Children are placed into foster care for many reasons, therefore this can depend on their placement type. Some children can be placed just for short term and eventually returned to …

trampoline park

Trampoline Party Event!

19th February 2018

Trampoline Party! Children and young people in Pride Fostering came together for a day of bouncing – at Luton’s prestigious Orbital Trampoline Park. There were 54 children joined this activity …

The importance of needing a spare bedroom

29th November 2017

The importance of needing a spare bedroom. The main criteria to become a foster carer is to have a spare bedroom. There are multiple reasons for this and it is …

the perfect boy doesn't exist

The ‘perfect image’ does not exist

10th October 2017

The ‘perfect image’ is portrayed horribly wrong across social media, television and magazines. Young girls who are exposed to this, have the wrong perception of what ‘perfect’ is and begin …