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Advice on where to get help and support with childcare and early education.
In Doncaster, we want to support you so you can succeed and be your very best. We are committed to supporting our social workers and team by providing them with support, training and development they need to develop their professional practice.
In Doncaster, we are proud to care for our most vulnerable children and young people at a time when they need it the most, working restoratively to achieve the best outcome for the whole family.
This Privacy Notice sets out what you need to know about how the City of Doncaster Council (the Council) will use your information for the Fostering Service. The City of Doncaster Council is committed to meeting its data protection obligations and handling your information securely. You should make sure you read and understand this notice before submitting your information to us.
It is important that young people have the opportunity to share their thoughts, ideas and opinions about their care and the issues that matter to them. There are a number of ways children and young people can make their voices heard.
If you are a child in care living in Doncaster and have a social worker then you’re in the right place!
Doncaster Virtual School exists to improve the educational outcomes of children in the care of Doncaster (CiC) as well as of previously looked after children (prev-CiC), those of Gypsy and Traveller (GT) ethnicity, those who are ethnic Roma (R), and other children who have English as an Additional Language (EAL), who are resident in the borough.
The Doncaster Virtual School Children in Care team are here to support schools and settings to promote the education for this group of vulnerable children and young people.
This page answers some of the questions you may have about your school and your education while you are in care. If you can’t find the answer to your questions here you can ask your social worker, your designated teacher at school, your foster carer or anyone who works at the Trust.
The grant allocation of the LAC Pupil Premium Plus is managed by the Virtual School Head in the authority which looks after the children. For the 2019-20 financial year, the DfE have allocated local authorities a provisional amount of £2300 per eligible child, as per the Pupil Premium 2019 to 2020: conditions of grant.