An all-age school for pupils with complex needs, profound and severe learning difficulties, and physical and sensory impairments
Foster for Kent
Fostering means caring for a child in your own home when they are unable to live with their birth family. As a foster carer you will be changing that child’s future for the better.
There are different types of fostering, ranging from short to long term, from full time to a few days at a time. Many children return home to their birth families, but others may need long term support.
Fostering a child involves you working with a team of social services, education and health care professionals. You will have contact with the parents and families of your foster child, with a view to helping that child return to their own home wherever possible.