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Sibling Time Report April 2024

This report describes an evaluation of Coram’s Sibling Time Activity Day service, piloted in Leicestershire in early August. The evaluation ran from 1 July to 30 December 2023.

Published 3 April 2024 By Lucas Jones, Dr Emily Blackshaw, Mia Johnson, Narendra Bhalla and Amaka Udeagbaja

Childcare Survey 2024

Coram Family and Childcare’s 23rd annual Childcare Survey uncovers the extent of national childcare shortages, with only a third (34%) of English councils reporting sufficient childcare for parents working full-time.

Published 19 March 2024 By Lydia Hodges, Sam Shorto and Emma Goddard

2024 Spring Newsletter

In this Spring's edition of the newsletter, find out how Coram are fighting for a fair chance for all children through changing lives, laws, and systems.

Published 27 February 2024

Coram Annual Report and Consolidated Accounts 2022/2023

Coram's Annual Report and Consolidated Accounts for the year ending 31 March 2023. The Report sets out how Coram worked throughout the year 2022/23 to deliver better chances for children through the Group’s seven key outcomes.

Published 31 January 2024

The CII Innovation Collective 2024

Now in its third year, the CII Innovation Collective is the Coram Innovation Incubator’s (CII) specialist repository, which collates and shares new, innovative projects from across the children’s services sector and beyond.

Published 30 January 2024

Charter for Children

Coram presents the Charter for Children as a route map for the coming decade and beyond, calling for a realignment of the social contract between society and children backed by three key principles – a fair share, a secure future and an equal chance.

Published 12 December 2023