We work with PACT in London, the South East and Central England

Our pathway agency in London, the South East and Central England

PACT provides adoption services which have been rated outstanding by Ofsted since 2014. PACT has teams located in Reading, Oxford, London, Milton Keynes, Brighton and Devon.

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“As a first time adopter I was dreading the adoption process I’d heard negative comments about it being slow and bureaucratic, but my social worker at PACT made our experience a dream thanks to her professionalism, kindness and understanding.”


Why we recommend PACT

PACT is an adoption and trauma support charity established in 2011. In 2022/23 it placed 63 children with their permanent families.
They have a rich faith heritage. In 1911 PACT was the idea of the then Bishop of Oxford and was established as the social welfare arm of the Anglican Diocese of Oxford. Today PACT continues to be supported by the Diocese. Their staff have received faith literacy from Home for Good.
PACT’s adoption services were rated outstanding across all areas by Ofsted in 2014, 2017 and 2023 where the inspector said that the actions of PACT "contribute to significantly improved outcomes and positive experiences for children, young people and adults."
PACT is committed to supporting its families for life and offers a package of award-winning support services which include its Strengthening Families Team, therapeutic support service FACTS, Adopter Champions, specialist education support plus access to resources and webinars for adoptive parents on PACT’s online support platform, CATCH (formerly The Adopter Hub)
PACT runs events and support groups designed to meet the needs of its adoptive families including online coffee and chat breaks, online support and training evenings, family fun days and activity sessions for children of all ages.

“Thank you for all your hard work and professionalism through a very difficult and challenging placement. Without FACTS [PACT’s post adoption support programme], I don’t think the outcome would have been the same. We know that our placement will be a challenge, but now we’ve got the tools to deal with this, have a robust Adoption Support Plan and know how and where we can get help.”


Child Profile

  • Children aged 0-4 years
  • Sibling pairs and larger sibling groups of all ages
  • Children placed under a foster to adopt arrangement
  • Older children aged 5 years and older
  • Children with additional needs and/or complex backgrounds

For families already with children, they welcome enquiries from those with children aged 4 years old and upwards, with a minimum age gap of 2 years.

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Child Profile

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