Our Programs

Practical support for young people

Our Programs

We provide a range of high-energy, recreational, creative & educational activities for siblings separated by care. Building stronger sibling family bonds & learning new skills together, creates the best foundations for the future. Creating positive happy memories together makes all the difference. We are careful to identify the individual dynamics and experiences of each sibling's group, we enjoy working to determine what nurtures and strengthens their bonds, to flourish & continually grow beyond care.

Interested in applying for one of our programs? Simply download and complete a referral form, then use the links below to contact us. Please not the form must be completed by a member of the young persons’ care team. 


Sib-Links: Monthly Activity Days

Our monthly activity days allow siblings in care and adoption to come together regularly within a safe and regulated environment to enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. These days are highly anticipated among our young groups and allow for invaluable opportunities for relationship building.

Now in our 12th year, we have been running regular monthly activity days for siblings who reside in care & adoption. They can expect to get together regularly at one of our centres in North or South or South London to partake in a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities.  


Our activity days are facilitated by an experienced highly skilled Social worker /Youth worker and supported by fully supervised trained volunteers, all holding current DBS checks and child protection training to ensure the best environment for the children is upheld.


Sib-Links: Residential Activity Camps

An opportunity for siblings to share an Activity adventure holiday together at one of our chosen amazing residential centres. These are based and held in the countryside, calm natural environments, which, have plenty of woodlands streams and lush green fields to play in. 

At our camps, children are given the space to try out a wide range of activities, such as: 

  • Team games, long treks and picnics
  • Kayaking, coasteering and surfing 
  • Attending creative arts, or performance groups and workshops. 
  • Creating their memory books & scrapbooking, building up their photo albums
  • horse riding. Climbing and assault courses
  • Bushcraft and den-building
  • singing and dancing

We also have a fancy dress special movie night (complete with popcorn!) and an end-of-week party, where we celebrate family birthdays they have missed during the year. The fun end-of-week celebration is often marked with tears and laughter over the amazing new memories created. 

The camp usually begins with young people arriving on a Sunday afternoon for introductions with the whole camp and their sibling's camp mentors, followed by a wholesome evening meal.

Good healthy food is important for all our children we ensure they have a completely healthy choice. Catering for most diets is accommodated at the centres.


Sib-Links: Sibling Buddying

Working closely with partners such as local children’s services to ensure brothers and sisters manage to get the opportunity to spend positive time together.

We carried out a positive 3-year Pilot study prior to the pandemic. This was fully evaluated by Oxford University Reese Centre. 

We are looking forward to building upon this programme in the near future. It is a natural development linked to our Monthly Activity Days for siblings in care and Adoption.

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