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Growing and changing programme

Education for Children who are Looked After – explaining the education structure, curriculum and support for children in Wales and how foster parents can positively support, encourage and enhance the learning and development of the children in their care.

Childhood in a Digital Age – supporting foster parents to understand how digital technology can offer opportunities for children to be happier, better educated and more connected to others.

Understanding Child Development– this course is aimed to help children develop skills in five main areas of development: Cognitive Development, this is the child's ability to learn and solve problems; Social and Emotional Development; Speech and Language Development; Fine Motor Skill Development and Gross Motor Skill Development.

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