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We are OVOS – Our Voice, Our Services.

All children and young people who are looked after by Solihull are part of the OVOS community.

We have monthly meet ups, talk about issues relating to being in care, plan regular events and activities and learn new skills by having a go.

OVOS trains and support young people to:

  • Chair your own reviews

  • Interview new staff

  • Take part in local and national forums (NLCBF, APPG)

  • Plan events and activities

OVOS encourages and supports children and young people to have their say. You have the right to have your say, to talk about what you think about being in care, how you feel about the services you receive, and how things could be changed and better for you.

Every Local Authority should have a Children in Care Council.


Solihull Council has a strong commitment to listening and involving children and young people in our care.


Our ‘Promise’ to children and young people is that:

“We listen We care”

The Promise



  • Being in care

  • Education

  • Hobbies & Activities

  • Health

  • Money

  • Being in Care

  • Money

  • Education

  • Sleepovers

  • Health

  • Hobbies & Activities

  • Being in care

  • Pathway Plans

  • Accomodation 

  • Education & Training

  • Money

  • Money

  • Education & Training

  • Careers & employment


  • Accomodation

  • Health


OVOS says "Thank You" to..... 

Due to the national Covid-19 lockdown, our supported have not had the opportunity to fundraise or do activities to raise the OVOS profile.


We look forward to a time in the near future when our supporters are able to once again raise funds and provide gifts on behalf of Looked After Children and Care Experienced Young People.



If you feel like your voice isn’t being heard or you are not happy about the services you have received from Children’s Services, you can make a complaint. Try and talk to your social worker / PA before making a complaint as they may be able to help you resolve it straight away.


These booklets about complaints, compliments & comments can also help you.

-  Young Person's Form

-  Child's Form

To make a complaint about the services you receive please make contact with Solihull Council’s Children’s & Adults Complaints Team by:-

  • Writing to
    Performance & Complaints Team
    Solihull MBC, Manor Square
    Solihull B91 3QB


  • Telephone no: 0121 704 8296



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