The Kids Blog Zone

Welcome to the Kids Zone Blog, a chance for you to anonymously share your stories with your fellow peers.

We’re always on the look out for new bloggers, so if you want to post an entry then email us on kidszoneblog@fosterplus.co.uk

You’re invited to attend our Halloween Party in Gloucester!

Click here to see the Halloween Party Invitation! (161 downloads)

 

Sam has been with his Foster Carer since 2012, and has always loved to take part in sports.

This July, we received some amazing updates on Sam’s sporting achievements:

Sam took part in a Regional Gym Competition, where teams from all over East Anglia come to take part. Sam’s club have been going through routines and practising for the last few weeks.
At the competition, Sam’s Falcon Club came 1st overall out of a number of clubs, and Sam also did well in the men’s individual pairs; finishing second! A medal now takes it’s place alongside the one Sam won last year. 

Sam has also taken part in his school sports day and performed brilliantly in all the events he took part in. He won boys relay, individual long jump and 200 metres.

Sam and his Foster Carer are very proud of his achievements. Well done Sam!

 

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Thank you for everyone who entered our Christmas Craft Competition. Here is our Winning Entry from Teigan at Fosterplus Edinburgh.

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The competition was to design and make a Christmas Tree decoration. I think you will all join us in congratulating Teigan for such a timeless decoration! May you always be competitive and creative Teigan 🙂 Well Done!

 

We’re very proud to share some of the brilliant artwork from a couple of our lovely young girls from the Fosterplus Edinburgh team. Keep up the good work!

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One of our very talented young people took the time to write a brilliant short story which we’d like to share with you. Click here to read ‘The New Steam Train’ by TJ.

The Fosterplus Children’s Guide which has been written to tell you a bit more about being fostered. You may be able to read this booklet yourself or you may want an adult to read it with you.

We had lots of help from children and young people when putting this guide together. They told us what they thought you needed to know and designed some of the pictures in our booklet. Please click here and if you are unsure or worried about anything, please ask your Social Worker or another adult to explain it to you.

The Fosterplus Young Peoples Guide has been created to help you understand fostering and what it means for you. The booklet has been written to tell you a bit more about being fostered so please click here to find out what it means for you.