Children in foster care
There are a range of children who need fostering. We are currently seeking families for:
children with complex needs
parent and child placements
unaccompanied asylum seeking children
children aged 5 to 10 years old
children aged 0 to 5 years old
Our offer to children in care
Our promises make sure that we care for and help children and young people in Suffolk.
- Promise for children under 10 years old (PDF, 315KB)
- Promise for children aged 10 and above (PDF, 436KB)
- Promise for care leavers aged 16 and above (PDF, 2.47MB)
Brighter Futures and C2C
At Suffolk County Council we strive to provide the best and most effective services that we can to our children and young people. To do this, we recognise that listening and involving the people that use these services is a crucial step to making that happen.
C2C (for 13 to 25 year olds) and Brighter Futures (for 5 to 13 year olds) are our children in care councils, children and young people who are in care or leaving care who meet to discuss what works well and what could be better. We are a friendly group who meet every school holiday, do fun activities, make friends, eat delicious food and shape, and co-produce children’s services.
If you know or work with a young person who might be interested in becoming a member, please get in touch. Young people can also give their views about things they want the council to raise, even if they don’t want to attend themselves.
Our annual celebration of achievements Awards will takes place on the 28 October 2017. This event is open to all children in care in Suffolk aged between 5 and 16. It’s fun filled day of activities followed by a ceremony to celebrate the wonderful and diverse achievements of the participants. This year’s activities include, football, animation, dance, drama and circus skills.
Find out more about Brighter Futures and C2C.
- Freephone: 0800 917 1119
- Mobile: 0751 519 0063
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arrange to speak to a foster carer or adoptive parent
Call us: 01473 264800
Email us: email@example.com
You can also leave feedback about our website.
Become a foster carer or adopter
Alternatively you can complete our contact form.
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