Billy and James – A Story Of Two Brothers
When two teenage brothers came to Kibble, it was their first experience of living away from home. Facing difficult family circumstances, the transition to living with a foster family was never going to be easy, however with the right support the boys were able to turn their lives around.
The Impact Animals Can Have on Children
Our Forest View campus has made animals a permanent feature. Find out the profound impact animals can have on vulnerable children. Our therapeutic primary school and adjoining residential care houses are becoming increasingly trauma-informed.
Find out about our Intensive Fostering Services. Our young people in foster care, as well as foster carers, receive extensive support from the highly experienced staff at Kibble. Read more now.
Whether at work or home, technology has changed the way we live our lives. We have come to rely on it for much of what we do, and Kibble is no different.
Creating a Trauma Informed Space | Improvements by Design
Gain an insight into our interior design process for Forest View, the scenic setting of our two individual houses, which provide nurturing residential care for children aged between five and 12 with experience of trauma. A warm, welcoming trauma-informed space has been created.
Project Connect-19 | Cooking Up A Storm
Online virtual cooking and baking classes have gone down a treat. Ingredient boxes were delivered for everyone to cook up a storm.
Rhiannan began her career at Kibble through our Trainee Programme, and has since progressed to a full-time Child and Youth Care Worker. When she discovered the opportunities Kibble provide children and young people, she knew she wanted to be part of the team.
New Secure Care Standards to Improve Young People’s Rights
On Monday 5 October The Secure Care Pathway and Standards were launched, mapping out what children and young people can…
Trainee Child and Youth Care Worker Aidan shares his Kibble career journey. He has progressed to become a permanent team member.