Sometimes it will feel like there a lot of meetings when you are with your foster family, but this is normal to make sure everything is going well for you and you are safe and happy. The three main meetings are: Placement meeting – This will happen just after you move in with your carers. The foster carers, the Young People at Heart social worker and your social worker, will talk about how you are doing. They will talk about things you like, what you don’t like, anything you need and anything the foster family will need to know to help look after you. Review meetings – These take place during your stay with the foster family. There are usually lots of people at this meeting. They will talk about how you are doing and how you are feeling. Everyone who is involved with you, will want to find out if things are going well or if there are things that worry or upset you, so that you can get help if you need it. Education meeting – These are called PEP meetings, or Personal Education Plan meetings. This meeting is held at your school to see how you are doing in school and whether anything needs to be done to help you. If there are any problems, we can all talk about them and see how we can fix them. You will get the chance to go to these meetings and talk about how everything is going if you want to. Just ask your social worker or foster carer.