Adoption and Fostering

In April 2017, Peterborough City Council entered into an innovative and ground-breaking partnership with TACT, to develop a new permanency service that will improve the outcomes for the children and young people in Peterborough who are in care or on the edge of care.


The Adoption Team at TACT Peterborough will support you through making the decision to become an adoptive parent and beyond. Find out more on the TACT Peterborough website.


Find out more about what fostering a child could mean for you and your family on the TACT Peterborough website.

Private fostering

Private fostering is when a child under the age of 16 (under 18 if disabled) is cared for by someone who is not their parent or a close relative. It's a private arrangement made between a parent and a carer, for 28 days or more.

Close relatives are defined as step-parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, uncles or aunts (whether of full blood, half blood or marriage/affinity.

Further information is available from the Coram BAAF website

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