Who Are Our Trust Partners?

Who Are Our Trust Partners?

Trust Partners

City College Norwich
The Benjamin Foundation
The National Trust, Blickling Hall
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
Norfolk County Council Children's Services


Community Partners

We work with wide range of community partners to ensure that children and families have access to a wide range of opportunities.

Aylsham Library have been working in partnership with many of the schools over a number of years. They provide storytelling sessions for young children and special sessions for older children and teenagers. They often host special events and were the first public library in Norfolk to open on Sundays especially for families. The photograph illustrates a special event for families.

The Rotary Club

The Rotary Club have dedicated much of their time to raising funds for local schools and organisations. They are keen to promote literacy in the community and a group known as ‘Rotary Readers’ spend an hour each week listening to children read and discussing books, to encourage a love of reading. 

We are very pleased to work in partnership with the Aylsham and Reepham Cluster Children’s Centre, managed by Action for Children. Their vision is to provide advice, information and choice for every family of every child under five in the Aylsham and Reepham Cluster areas. By building relationships and working in partnership with children, families and the local community, together they will support all young children to be the happiest, healthiest and best they can be.

www.aylshamandreepham.childrencentre.org

PlaygroupsThere are a number of Pre–School Playgroups throughout the Cluster. We recognise that the role that they play in ensuring that children have enjoyable opportunities and first learning experiences outside the home. They are run by very committed and hard working teams to provide safe, happy, secure and stimulating environments where the children can develop confidence and self esteem. The contribution that our playgroup colleagues play in the development of young people is significant and we look forward to developing further opportunities to work with them as part of our Extended Schools Strategy.