Homes2Inspire, working with Shaw Education Trust, has won a groundbreaking key strategic contract to deliver support to young people in Somerset. The contract reflects who we are as a child to career charity and will be worth more than £60 million over the next ten years. It will provide children’s residential homes, foster homes and therapeutic education to some of the county’s most vulnerable young people.
Homes2Inspire utilise NSPCC training to upskill staff during pandemic
Training and Development Manager Alice Morley reflects on how we have been upskilling staff to support children to be safe online during Covid19.
Some of our colleagues share their stories.
Have you ever wondered what working in children's home is like? Here some of our colleagues talk about their experiences.
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Homes2Inspire have been successful in bidding to partner Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) for an exciting new facility to provide care and accommodation for vulnerable young people at Trevone House in Gloucester. Homes2inspire have been awarded the contract for 7 years at a value of over £13m.
Homes2Inspire growth recognised
This month (23 July 2020) Ofsted published data about residential children’s care homes. For the first time Homes2Inspire is ranked in the top 10 largest private and voluntary children’s homes providers, as at March 2020, with 27 homes.