Half of the city’s Family Hubs have remained open during the pandemic to give essential support to young people, children and their families, and now the remaining four are set to re-open their doors to help support local communities.
Voluntary and community-based organisations are working together to help ensure that children and young people in most need, can access breakfast and activity packs during the school summer holidays.
The Council and Severn Trent have linked up in an innovative project to make a real difference to the city’s care leavers.
Compliments for Children’s Services staff have been pouring in as those providing vital support for the city’s most vulnerable children and families continue working.
A nurse and former looked after child is shining as one of the city’s many unsung heroes and her former foster family couldn’t be more proud.
Our partners at Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust (CWPT) have developed a helpline to support children and young people through the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Four of the city’s eight Family Hubs are to close temporarily from Monday March 30 as measures to slow the spread of Coronavirus increase.
Coventry’s Children’s Services staff are working hard to ensure the city’s most vulnerable young people are supported during the COVID-19 virus.
Adoption Central England (ACE) is celebrating its second anniversary after forming in 2018 following Government’s commitment to redesign and regionalise adoption services.
Young musicians from across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull got 2020 off to the sound of music during a weekend packed with performances from 4 – 5 January.
Young people and their families received some early Christmas cheer with the announcement the extension of the community short breaks scheme.
Coventry City Council’s Social Work Academy has scooped a prestigious national award.
The children of Foleshill are helping to force anti-social behaviour from Edgwick Park, thanks to a local project to encourage positive activities.
The innovation of the Council’s Through Care team has seen them shortlisted in the prestigious Social Work Awards.
Coventry’s Children’s Services has successfully applied to be part of a programme aimed at safely reducing the number of children entering care and improving family stability.
Coventry’s care leavers are aspiring and achieving more than ever before with massive increases in those going to university.
An inspiring documentary featuring a number of Coventry’s looked after children has been nominated for a prestigious award.