Children and young people

These programmes are an integral part of Yearly Meeting. They enable children and young people to engage with Yearly Meeting in a variety of age appropriate ways, encouraging their spiritual and personal growth, as well as connecting them with the Quaker community.

All 0 to 18s attending Yearly Meeting need to be booked on to the appropriate aged programme by a parent or guardian.

Children's Programme: ages 0–11 - BOOKINGS CLOSED

Due to the high number of applications we have received this year bookings have now been closed. If you would like your child to go on the waiting list in case a place becomes available please contact the CYP Administrator on 0207 663 1013 or cypadmin@quaker.org.uk.

Young People's Programme: ages 11–15

The Young People's Programme (YPP) is a residential event for 11- to 15-year-olds (those born between 1 September 2003 and 31 August 2007), taking place at High Leigh Conference Centre in Hertfordshire. The Young People's Programme runs from Friday evening to Monday afternoon. Participants will join the final Yearly Meeting session on Monday afternoon at Friends House where the event will finish. The programme helps young Friends to engage with Yearly Meeting topics, explore their faith and practice, whilst including space for building community and taking part in fun activities.

Young People's Programme booking form: deadline is 30 April 2019

Young People's Programme leaflet (PDF)

Accompanying Programme: ages 15–18

Accompanying is for 15- to 18-year-olds (those born between 1 September 2000 and 31 August 2003) at Yearly Meeting. You choose which Yearly Meeting sessions you want to join. You will be part of a small group who you will meet with during the event. There will also be social activities during the free time.

Yearly Meeting Accompanying booking form - deadline 28 April 2019

Come to Yearly Meeting Accompanying leaflet (PDF)



Book now for Young People's Programme

Young People's Programme - external link

Book for Yearly Meeting Accompanying

Accompanying - external link