Our School Exclusions Hub offers free information and resources for professionals and community organisations supporting children and their families to challenge school exclusions.
The Academy provides specialist training for social work managers, practitioners, children’s services professionals and carers to enable them to improve outcomes for children and young people. In addition, we have developed a range of programmes designed to support professional growth within the corporate space.
training courses delivered every year
Our training courses are aimed at a wide range of audiences, delivered by those with expert knowledge and experience in their field.Our training and resources
Coram International works with governments, UN bodies, IGOs and NGOs around the world to protect and promote children and young people’s human rights.
We have helped build forever families through adoption for more than 50 years. Today we run one of the UK’s largest and most successful independent adoption agencies.
Families supported to consider adoption in the last five years
We have pioneered approaches to bringing loving families together, opening the way for LGBTQ+, single people and those from diverse backgrounds.Read more about Coram Adoption
We provide free legal information, advice and representation to children and young people, families, carers and professionals. Our consultancy work helps uphold children’s rights internationally. We combine our frontline work and our specialist knowledge to ensure children’s rights are embedded in law, policy and practice.
We aim to provide young children in care proceedings with the opportunity to live with their forever family as early as possible. This early permanence gives young children emotional, physical and legal security, which can make a huge difference to their lives.
adoption agencies have joined our Early Permanence Network
Our Early Permanence Network enables adoption agencies across the country to share best practice in finding lasting families early for young children.Read more about early permanence