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  • Foster Care Partnership Award 2017 - Congratulations Jo Carpenter!

    The Foster Care Partnership award goes to a member of staff from VSK, who has provided extensive support to the Fostering Service and our children and young people over the last year and we are delighted that Jo Carpenter has been recognised for her hard work and contribution supporting children in care.

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  • VSK Conference: Nurture in Practice Mini Meet

    On the 14th September people from all across Kent gathered for a conference with The Nurture Group Network. Jo Kelly and Amanda Ormond from VSK presented on the Nurture Project that VSK have been undertaking with primary and secondary schools across North Kent – and why Nurture Groups can be so effective for Children in Care / Vulnerable children.

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  • VSK Awards 2017 - Honouring our Outstanding Students

    On 17th September Virtual School Kent held its 8th annual awards ceremony to celebrate the academic and personal achievements of children in care.

    210 young people in care and care leavers received awards at the ceremony attended by carers, social workers, parents and council members. The awards were for various academic and personal achievements, ranging from excellent GCSE results to excelling in karate.

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Welcome to the Virtual School Kent Website

This website aims to be a one stop portal for professionals working with Children in Care (CiC) and Young Care Leavers (YCL). It is a place to access information, advice and guidance, share best practice and gain a complete picture of the multi-agency work which goes on in support of our CiC and YCL.

I hope that you will find this website useful and I would welcome any feedback on it as we continue to develop it so that it meets all of your needs.

Yours sincerely,

Tony Doran
Headteacher
Virtual School Kent