Coram Cambridgeshire Adoption is a new independent adoption agency created by Coram working jointly with Cambridgeshire County Council and with funding from the Department for Education (DfE).
It brings together the best skills and expertise from Coram and the local authority to help tackle adopter shortage so children in the care system don’t experience drift and delay.
Working together for local children
This model of joint working between an independent adoption agency, such as Coram, and a local authority is a new venture. It builds on Coram’s experience of working closely with several other local authorities and its strong track record as Adopt Anglia supporting adopters in the region for many decades. It also demonstrates how, by partnering with a leading adoption agency, Cambridgeshire County Council is committed to securing the best service for local children.
Recognition for Coram Cambridgeshire Adoption
Coram Cambridgeshire Adoption received a good Ofsted report, just one year after launching. Read Coram Cambridgeshire Adoption's Ofsted report here.
Building on an established relationship
Prior to Coram Cambridgeshire Adoption being established in 2014, Coram was commissioned by Cambridgeshire County Council in 2011 to help manage its adoption service in response to the Government’s call for local authorities to improve the ways in which vulnerable children are found homes.