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Children won’t be adopted

In a previously unannounced family case, it was adjudicated that four children who were removed from their Christian parents will not be adopted. For the present they will instead remain with their foster carers and continue to have contact with their family, with the possibility of being reunited in the future.

Christian Concern

The children, all under the age of 8 at the time, were removed by the local authority in February 2015 because there were concerns about the parents’ choice to home school and the mother’s ability to manage the demands of her young family. Although the local authority was originally content for the children to be cared for by their grandparents, it then changed its position and applied for a drastic adoption order which would have meant splitting the children between two homes as well as permanent separation from their own family.