Budding Picassos Bring Talents to the Fore to Mark World Care Day

21st February 2024
L-R Senior Social Worker, Astrid Strohsahl, Social Worker Tenaya Beggs, Social Worker Nadia Aghabozorgi, Social Worker Paul McCambridge, Social Worker David Campbell and Principal Social Worker Anne Deeny.

A wealth of colour and creativity from children of all ages in foster care will take pride of place at South Eastern Trust’s Warren Children’s Centre as part of recent World Care Day celebrations.

From ages six to 17, children and young people used their creative talents to illustrate themes of care, love and community.

Principal Social Worker, Anne Deeny was given the very difficult task of choosing a winner in each age category and found it an “almost impossible task.”  Anne said, “All of the children’s art is so beautiful and it is amazing to see the creativity and talent on display.”

Fostering Principal Social Worker, Bridie Rainey described Care Day, “as the biggest celebration of children and young people with care experience.” Bridie added, “We are delighted that so many of our children and young people within this Trust took part in Care Day 2024 as a way to showcase their amazing talent, creativity and outstanding art work.”