Hundreds of people visit Wensum Trust stand at Royal Norfolk Show

Hundreds of children and families got to experience what Wensum Trust schools have to offer at the Royal Norfolk Show last week.

All eleven of our schools were showcased across the two day event - along with each of our partner organisations who demonstrated how we all work together to provide children with enhanced extra-curricular opportunities, life skills and career aspirations.

Children visiting the Wensum Trust stand had the opportunity to make keyrings, meet Norwich City Community Sport Foundation’s Sport-A-Saurus, try out bricklaying with Lovell and explore animal artefacts from the Zoological Society of East Anglia.

The Wells Sea Cadets spoke to visitors about their connections with our Coastal hub schools, children got to dress up in masks and costumes with Norwich Theatre and KLM quizzed visitors about aeroplanes.

Daniel Thrower, CEO of the Wensum Trust, said: “The Royal Norfolk Show gave us the opportunity to demonstrate what is unique about the Wensum Trust. It was wonderful to have all our schools and partners together to highlight what we are doing for children, families and communities in Norfolk. We received some incredible feedback over the two days, particularly regarding our relational approach to education. I would like to thank all of our staff and partners for their involvement, but particularly to all of those who took time to visit us and make it such an enjoyable experience.”