Not happy or worried:
Speak to someone
Sometimes people and places can make you sad or angry. Sometimes these feelings can be too much to handle on your own and it’s important to remember that you do have people you discuss things with and who can help you.
You can talk about this with:
- your Independent Reviewing Officer
- an advocate
- your foster parent
- your keyworker
- a social worker
- a teacher at school, or
- another trusted adult.
What to do if you need to make a complaint
If you feel more strongly about a problem and you want to make your views official, you can make a complaint.
You can fill in the ‘Have your say’ form which you can ask your social worker for, or you can download it in the download section of the page. The ‘Have your say’ forms are in two different age ranges you can choose from:
- 11 years and under
- 11 years and over
You can ask your social worker, carer or any other trusted adult to help you.
You can send off form to: Customer Services Customer Feedback Team, Civic Centre, St. Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton WV1 1SH
You can also:
If you are unhappy about something and nobody is helping you sort out the problem you can contact OFSTED.
- Call 0300 123 1231
- Write to: OFSTED, Piccadilly Gate, Store Street, Manchester M1 2WD