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Other news | Friday 19th February 2021
Voices Through Time: The Story of Care programme manager, Amy Cotterill and former Foundling Hospital pupil, John Caldicott were interviewed on BBC London’s Jo Good show following the launch of Coram’s ambitious project to digitise its archive dating back to when it was established as the Foundling Hospital in 1739.
A century after its release on 6th February 1921, Charlie Chaplin’s first full-length feature film The Kid has lost none of its freshness and relevance, and has much to teach us about love, parenting and what it means to care for a child
Other news | Monday 25th January 2021
Coram’s ambitious new programme, Voices Through Time: The Story of Care, has been chosen by family history magazine Who Do You Think You Are? as one of the projects for its popular annual Transcription Tuesday event, taking place on 2 February.
Coram Beanstalk is today launching a nationwide campaign to recruit 1,000 new reading volunteers in 2021 to support even more primary school children whose learning has been impacted by the pandemic.
Other news | Thursday 26th November 2020
Coram is delighted to announce the appointment of Ellen Broomé as the new managing director of CoramBAAF. Ellen will start in her new role in February 2020, with interim managing director Kevin Lowe stepping down.
Voices of care-experienced children and young people must be at the heart of government care review, says Coram Voice reportOther news | Thursday 12th November 2020
The voices of care-experienced children and young people must be at the heart of the Government’s imminent review of children’s social care – that is the message of a briefing published today by Coram Voice and the Rees Centre that gives care-experienced young people the opportunity to tell policy makers directly how they believe the current system needs to change.
Other news | Thursday 5th November 2020
The evaluation report of a Coram-i project that has made a positive difference to improving the experience of children in foster care in four partner local authorities has been published today by the Department for Education as part of the Children’s Social Care Innovation Programme.