Our Achievements






Take a look at what we have achieved for YOU

  • The MCYPC recommended that Medway LAC should receive the Who Cares Trust magazines quarterly
  • Launched a short film about ‘Stigma’ after researching what it is like to be in care
  • Made changes to practice and procedures so when young people move, their savings and pocket money move too
  • Helped produce Medway Council’s new complaints leaflet for young people
  • Raised the setting up home grant to £2000
  • Surveyed children in care to help improve the Leisure Pass application process
  • Influenced changes to the consent process for foster carers
  • Made changes to health assessments for LAC aged 14 plus – online questions
  • Reviewed Medway’s Pledge to LAC – and made recommendations
  • Designed a new leaflet about LAC Reviews with the IRO Team
  • Reviewed and improved the Big Difference website for Medway’s LAC
  • Participated in the interviews and selection of Medway Council staff
  • Held a meeting with local MPs to discuss issues affecting looked after children in Medway
  • Met with Lisa Nandy MP and Roger Morgan at the House of Commons to take part in national research
  • Attended the South East Regional Children in Care Council Forum held by the Dept for Education and Who Cares Trust Events
  • Met with OFSTED  inspectors at recent inspections
  • Helped train Foster Carers


Stigma DVDThe CiCC members are hoping to educate peers, professionals and the wider society about the stigma that can be associated with being in care and challenge judgements, stereotypes and labels.

They carried out their own research and asked other children in care whether they have ever felt stigmatised. Their research resulted in the production of a short film and a paper based on their findings.

Watch the film here


IMG_4863CiCC battle Social Care Workers at Basketball

CiCC Vs Social Care Professionals Football Match

Social Workers get Schooled!

Foster Care DVD is launched

CiCC Apprentice speaks on BBC Radio 1 about being in care

Attendance in the Justice Service, Corporate Parenting Group, Ofsted Inspection and more!

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