Information for Our Children

Information for Children and Young People coming in to Compass Fostering

Fostering involves everyone that lives at home – not just the adult foster carers, but also their children, so it’s really important that everyone works together to make it a good experience. Compass Fostering understands how important it is for young people within fostering households to be part of the experience and we want you to feel fully involved.

We offer support, fun days out and training as well as the chance to join our participation groups for young people in fostering families. This is a friendly, lively group who meet regularly throughout the year to discuss issues and share ideas and experiences. They also have regular days out having visited London Zoo, Chessington World of Adventures, the Houses of Parliament.

It is not always easy to share your family, your things or your friends, but through fostering you will be giving another child or young person a real chance to enjoy life – you may find that being part of a fostering family can be one of the most rewarding experiences you can ever have!

Useful Reads
Children’s Guides

Compass Fostering have three guides giving information for children and young people of differing ages. They inform children and young people who are coming into a placement with Compass Fostering about the agency and cover lots of different things such as routines, getting on with foster families, social workers and getting problems sorted. To download please click on one of the images below.

Information for Children - Childrens Guide under 5

Younger Children

Information for Children - Childrens Guide 5-10years

Older Children

Information for Children - Childrens Guide 11plus


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