The 11th May marked the beginning of Foster Care Fortnight, which celebrates the integral and amazing work carried out by foster carers everywhere. The theme of this year’s Foster Care Fortnight is authenticity, which asks us to acknowledge both the joy and hurt associated with care. A child finds a loving home, only after one was denied.

At Ineqe Safeguarding Group, we have compiled several resources in the following blog for Foster Care Fortnight which will help parents and carers keep children and young people safe online throughout the pandemic. Resources include videos to explain the coronavirus, a password creator pack and ways to manage screen time.  

Screentime Agreement

Safety Card: TikTok

Safety Card: Snapchat

Safety Card: Instagram

Safety Card: YouTube

Safety Card: Houseparty

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