Every Child Matters

Every Child Matters

The five outcomes for children and young people

We provide exceptional care, therapy and education across the ‘Every Child Matters’ framework using attachment theory and incorporating therapeutic parenting styles.

1. Be healthy

  • Physically healthy
  • Mentally and emotionally healthy
  • Sexually healthy
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Choose not to take illegal drugs

2. Stay safe

  • Safe from maltreatment, neglect, violence and sexual exploitation
  • Safe from accidental injury and death
  • Safe from bullying and discrimination
  • Safe from crime and anti-social behaviour in and out of school
  • Have security, stability and are cared for

3. Enjoy and achieve

  • Ready for school
  • Attend and enjoy school
  • Achieve stretching national educational standards at primary school
  • Achieve personal and social development and enjoy recreation
  • Achieve stretching national educational standards at secondary school

4. Make a positive contribution 

  • Engage in decision-making and support the community and environment
  • Engage in law-abiding and positive behavior in and out of school
  • Develop positive relationships and choose not to bully and discriminate
  • Develop self-confidence and successfully deal with significant life changes and challenges
  • Develop enterprising behavior

 5. Achieve economic well-being

  • Engage in further education, employment or training on leaving school
  • Ready for employment
  • Live in decent homes and sustainable communities
  • Access to transport and material goods
  • Live in households free from low income

Learn About Us

Looking To Make A Placement?

New Forest Care is an acute residential, education and therapeutic child care provider. Are you a social worker, local authority, education or health professional looking to place a child or young person?

Call us on 023 8081 7040
or email

A Non-Exclusion Policy

New Forest Care has a non-exclusion policy in regard to children (up to the age of 16 years if accommodated under s.20 or 18 years if on a Full Care Order) placed in our care.

This means that once we have accepted a placement we will not terminate that placement.