Kids Tribe Ethos

KIDS TRIBE IS A FAMILY. WE TREAT YOU AS WE WOULD OUR OWN.
We carefully select our kids for their spirit and individuality first.
We love wild ginger curls and a spirit of abandon. We love the wide-eyed cute toddler with the giant afro and chunky legs. We love the gappy-toothed school clown.

We champion edgy and creative kids, kids of character and the darn right gorgeous. Kids that stick in your head.

AN AGENCY WITH SOUL
It is essential to us that the kids love the experience and have a passion for it.
They need to enjoy meeting new people and being the centre of attention.
We nurture and develop our kids so they feel safe, confident and happy.

HONEST AND EFFICIENT
The agency was set up by Katie, a photographer and mum of three, and a former mounted police officer. Fed up hearing stories about unethical agencies and portfolio scams, she decided to set up her own agency.
 
Kids Tribe places honesty and welfare at the heart of the business. That means responsible charges, a warm and efficient service, working in partnership with kids, clients, schools and councils.
We provide a best in class digital experience making life easy for our clients.

OUR COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION
We realise the importance of schooling and education, therefore we are shaking up industry standards by not charging higher fees for bookings on weekends and bank holidays.
In fact, we actively encourage clients to book our kids at weekends where possible. As far as we know we are currently the only agency that does this.

We fully support headteachers that cannot offer their permission for an absence when children have low attendance or for kids that are finding school a bit of a challenge.
At the same time – we don’t all find school a walk in the park and we celebrate the creative industries.
We do accept (a limited number of) children who can not work during school hours. Our unique, fully searchable database enables clients to search and filter the results based on a child’s availability.

For more info please take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions