Worcestershire Children's Trust
(The Worcestershire Children's Trust
was formerly known as Worcestershire Children and Young People's
Meeting the needs of Children and Young People
The Worcestershire Children's Trust was set up to improve
outcomes for children and young people
We want Worcestershire to be the best place for children and
young people to grow up.
We will ensure that every child and young
person in Worcestershire is:
- valued, respected and trusted and
- has fun achieving success
It is important that every child grows up with enthusiasm for
life and learning. Every child should have a range of engaging and
stimulating experiences so they can develop the qualities to become
confident citizens who respect others and make full and positive
contribution to their local communities.
To enable them to have and achieve their aspirations, we will
support, engage and empower not only children and young people, but
also their parents and/or carers.
Children's Trust Board
The Chair of the Children's Trust Board is Liz Eyre, Lead Member
with Responsibility for Social Care. Find
out more about the Children's Trust Board.
Children and Young People's Plan
Following consultation,the 2011-2014
Children and Young People's Plan has now been approved by the
Children's Trust Board.
Latest newsletter: October 2012
(PDF 3.38 MB)
To view previous newsletters please see the download section on
the right hand side of this page. To view past newsletters please
Millington on the details below.
For more information about the Children
and Young People's Plan contact:
Children's Trust Newsletters:
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This page was last reviewed 10 June 2013 at 10:26.
The page is next due for review 7 December 2014.