Muddy Puddles Nursery
Our brand-new Ofsted registered nursery based in Norwich, kitted out with a range of exciting family-focused facilities.
The team at Muddy Puddles are passionate about offering a positive, happy and caring environment where all children feel secure and valued.
Our quality childcare ensures each and every child grows to become a confident, caring young person; ready for life beyond nursery and excited to start their school transition.
Providing one to one support to our umbrella tenants for up to 12 weeks initially on entering the service.
This service is bespoke to their needs and offers them time with a therapeutically trained member of staff to consider any additional needs or support they may require beyond their tenancy related support.
After 12 weeks we are able to transfer them over to our volunteers in the service who can continue a low level of support.
Rapid Response Team
Commissioned by Children’s Services to provide a response to families in crisis. We aim to build relationships of trust with vulnerable and marginalised parents and families within the community.
Our team works hard to be part of the prevention of care under the Alternatives to Care provision, and/or providing opportunities to enable reunification within the family unit.
We can provide support and advice, build parents confidence and skills; empowering families to experience transformation in their lives.
Hand in Hand
Hand in Hand offers targeted support to families who are finding it challenging to manage behaviour within the family home and require support to change parenting styles and behaviour to reduce the risk to the family or individual.
Support offered through this service includes Counselling and Therapies, Family Group Conferences, Independent Living Skills, Positives Activities, Boundary Work, Parenting Guidance, Reunification Support, Mediation and more.
If you need to report a safeguarding concern please click the link to find details how to do this.
Funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund. The project was created to clear barriers to work for young people with multiple and complex needs in Norfolk.
On Track is a partnership project led by The Matthew Project with ACE, GYROS, NANSA, The Prince’s Trust and YMCA Norfolk. The project supports 16-24 year olds who have previously received coaching from an On Track member of staff. The young person would have completed a programme of coaching and will either have moved or be in the transition process of moving into employment, education or training.
Kick the Dust
‘Kick the Dust’ Norfolk is an exciting 4-year project supported by the National Lottery through the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
It is aimed at young people aged 11-25 years of age with a specific focus on young people who face significant and moderate barriers to participating in heritage and arts activities, including harder to reach groups such as care leavers, Children who are Looked After and YMCA clients.
Offering opportunities for young people in Norwich and Great Yarmouth to grow their independent living skills and become more ready for employment.
We also offer 1-1 Coaching Programmes where young people can achieve accredited ASDAN qualifications focused on core subjects, vocational tasters, work-related skills, personal & social development, sports & activities or informal short courses.
SOS King’s Lynn
The SOS Bus in King’s Lynn is a multi-agency initiative which operates on a Friday and Saturday evening, 9pm-3am.
The SOS Bus operates within the night-time economy of King’s Lynn town centre, working in conjunction with Norfolk Police, East of England Ambulance Service, Norfolk Safeguarding Children and Adults Board, Harbour Centre, King’s Lynn Food Bank, King’s Lynn Hygiene Bank and West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group. This enables us to offer help and advice to any individual in need or in crisis. The SOS Bus is located in King’s Lynn town centre which is accessible by foot or by road.