Welcome to Shining Stars Fostering Agency
We are determined to make a difference to the lives of children by bringing a fresh perspective to foster care provision. We endeavour to place children at the heart of our organisation by placing them at the heart of a community which values them and supports their needs.
We are an independent fostering agency dedicated to providing outstanding fostering homes and families for children.
We are committed to providing and developing services that address and exceed government targets for outcomes for children.
To provide a Fostering Service that is quality driven and changes lives of all those attached to it for the better. We believe in focusing on the security and well-being of children.
Our services seek to allow children and young people to develop and grow within the five key outcome areas of “Every Child Matters”.
- Be Healthy
- Stay Safe
- Enjoy and Achieve
- Make a Positive Contribution
- Achieve Economic Well-being
A fostering allowance starting from £425.00 a week for a mainstream child or significantly higher for a child remanded.
Shining Stars Fostering Agency, The Lansdowne Building, Office 131, No 2 Lansdowne Road, Croydon, CR9 2ER, Tel: 020 8263 6260, Mobile: 07830283089 / 07886127826 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shining Stars Fostering Agency has provision of a range of placement types for children and young people.
Emergency: Same day placements (within 24 hours)
Respite: To give parents a break, or offer additional support.
Solo: Provide care for children and young people whose needs are complex requiring a higher level of support and supervision.
Short Term & Bridging: A child or young person in a bridging placement may be awaiting a more permanent placement.
Long Term: Where the child / young person is expected to remain until independence.
Placements will be made available for mothers and/or fathers and their child, where foster carers can provide support and guidance to parent(s) and help them develop parenting skills.
Remand: Remand Foster Carers look after young people who are remanded by the courts into public care.
Siblings: Sibling placements are for brother and sisters who all are placed together into a foster care household.
Supporting and caring for children and young people deemed to be unaccompanied asylum seekers and where their residency status within the UK is yet to be determined.