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Other news | Thursday 22nd September 2016
New research has found that mothers reunited with their children after care proceedings in the Family Drug and Alcohol Court (FDAC), supported by Coram, are more likely to stay off drugs and alcohol for longer and their family life less likely to be disrupted when compared with cases heard in ordinary care proceedings.
Skills | Monday 12th September 2016
New for schools and busy teachers, SCARF is a whole-school approach to improving children’s health, well-being and achievement.
Adoption | Tuesday 23rd August 2016
Spaces are still available for prospective adopters on an Adoption Activity Day in Surrey on Sunday 11 September
Events | Monday 15th August 2016
Coram was delighted to welcome back our friends at The Nomad Cinema this August with two 80s classics, which were screened in our lovely, atmospheric Secret Garden.
Achievements | Thursday 28th July 2016
Our wonderful partnership with Club Peloton has been selected as a finalist in the Cross-Sector Partnership of the Year category, which is fantastic news.
Adoption | Monday 18th July 2016
Two engaging animations produced by Coram as part of a group of Independent Adoption Agencies in England, including Coram Cambridgeshire Adoption, which show adoption from both the adopter and adoptee perspectives are now available on Coram’s You Tube channel.
Events | Thursday 14th July 2016
Tim Loughton MP applauds the wellbeing work of Coram Life Education (CLE) with 700,000 children throughout the country - and the mobile classroom is featured on news broadcasts from Westminster!
Community | Tuesday 21st June 2016
Coram, the UK’s oldest children’s charity, is proud to be hosting the newest of London’s Talking Statues. Working in partnership with Sing London, a charity, which revitalises public spaces, Coram has brought the statue of its founder, passionate and determined children’s champion Thomas Coram, to life.
Events | Thursday 16th June 2016
Coram, the UK’s first children’s charity, is having a temporary interactive art installation entitled ‘Skylights’ on its historic campus in Bloomsbury for one week only, from 23rd-29th June. This is a free and exciting exhibition created by artist and writer Ken Wilder, who is a reader in spatial design at Chelsea College of Art and specialises in site-responsive installation.
Rights | Tuesday 14th June 2016
By Kate Harvey, Solicitor and Head of Education Law, Coram Children’s Legal Centre: