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Children's Complaints


What can you do if you have a problem?

Try talking to someone who is close to you.

This could be:
- A friend
- Relative
- Foster carer
- Social worker
- Teacher
- Advocate

If talking hasn't helped or you feel you have no one you can talk to, please ring us at the Family Services Complaints Team. We will be willing to listen to what you have to say and will try and help to sort things out.

Complaints TeamTelephone: 01924 302840.

You have the right
to make a comment or a complaint about services or accommodation you have received. You might have a suggestion about how things might be done better.

Don't be put off - it's your right to have your say.

You could also fill in the easy form on the leaflet attached on this page -
Simply print it off, fill it in and follow the instructions.

 new childrens complaints leaflet.pdf

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There's loads of local groups to get involved with

Head over to the Wakefield Youth Work Website to see what's happening near you.

http://wfyouth.co.uk/things-to-do/ 



Are you a singer, dancer or an actor?
Wakefield Theatre have lots of opportunities for you.  Get in touch with Richard on 01924 304223 

Aged 16-25?

We are looking for a group of young people to be part of a pilot group for a new 16+ group.

Would you like to influence decision makers and make a positive difference to care leavers lives?

Get in touch with Rich on 01924 304223



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Get in touch and tell us what you'd like to see on here.  Email: rstanley@wakefield.gov.uk or call us on 01924 304223


Build Our Futures
In May 2018, CICC and an extended group of young people looked at re-naming the Wakefield CICC. The clear winning name was Build our Futures. Well done to our 13 plus team for coming up with such a positive, vibrant and catchy name! We will be working with designers over the summer months to create a new logo, all ready to launch in September 2018! Watch this space...

New Children's Rights Website June 2018

There is a brand new rights4children website developed with and for children and young people living in institutional settings, including childrenís homes, secure units and residential schools. Find out your rights.
Itís packed with information children and young people told us is important to them.

 

 




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