A child’s social worker will always try to help and will also answer any questions about living away from home or about keeping in touch with their family.
A child can expect lots of things from their social worker including -
- being listened to and having their wishes heard and acted upon whenever possible
- coming to visit the child at your house
- being told what is happening as often as they need to hear it
- talking to other people about decisions that will affect them
Children and young people can contact us at Hull fostering directly on 01482 612 800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to speak to their fostering social worker or any of the managers. The address for Hull fostering is Kingston House, Bond Street, Hull, HU1 3ER.
Info 4 Care Kids
The Info 4 Care Kids website helps looked after children and young people understand their rights and entitlements while they are in care.
It includes first-hand experiences and presents animated information on key topics, such as health, education, changing placements, keeping in touch, identity and moving to independence.
Visit the Info 4 Care Kids website (link opens in a new window)
RAPP (Rights and Participation Project) is a service for children and young people who want extra support or to talk about something they are unhappy about. They are a friendly team you can contact them about anything. Children and young people can contact them on 01482 225 855 or visit or visit RAPP at 47-49 Queen’s Dock Avenue, Hull, HU1 3DR.
They support any young person who is in need of support especially if they are -
- in care (living away from home)
- leaving care
- excluded from school
- using drugs
- in trouble with the police
Clued up in Hull
Our Clued up in Hull website is for children and young people and provides information on what it means to be fostered.
Visit the Clued up in Hull website for information about fostering for children aged 12 and under (link opens in a new window)
Visit the Clued up in Hull website for information about fostering for young people aged 13 and over (link opens in a new window)
Children’s Rights Director for England (CRD)
The Children's Rights Director for England (CRD) is Roger Morgan. With his team Roger spends lots of time listening to what children and young people who live away from home have to say about how they are looked after.
Children living in a children's home, family centre, boarding school, residential special school, further education college, with foster carers, are adopted, getting any sort of help from social services or a care leaver can contact Roger to find out about their rights and a way for them to be heard.
Roger Morgan can be contacted on the free phone number 0800 5280731. His address is Ofsted, Aviation House, 125 Kingswood, London, WC2B 6SE.
You can also contact Roger Morgan through the Rights4Me website (link opens in a new window)