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You would have to make an application to the court for a child arrangement which is a court order for you to spend time with your children. The form that you need to complete is a form C100. The court has the power to make reluctant children spend time with a parent even when they do not want to do so. There is a very helpful book on amazon for about a tenner which talks you through the process and to assist I have attached a link - https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Books/How-Represent-Yourself-Family-Court-understanding-resolving/147211910X
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Please be aware that the Court will certainly not make the 15 year old see you if he or she does not wish to see you.
It is also unlikely that the court would go against the wishes of the 13 year old.
making an application doomed to failure will not help you fight against the parental alienation - it will simply play into your ex's hands
Rather than rushing to court, I would suggest that you arrange to attend mediation with a mediator trained to work with young people so that the children will be seen.