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Our Partnerships

Bury Schools Partnership

We are a member of the Bury Schools Partnership of schools, working collaboratively to raise standards and provide opportunities for 4 - 19 year olds across 19 schools.  To find out more, please follow this link: Bury Schools Partnership

Early Years: Riverwalk School

The Early Years facility of Riverwalk School is co-located at Sexton’s Manor School site. 

Riverwalk Main School is situated at Mayfield Road, Bury St Edmunds (01284 764280).  It caters for pupils aged 3 -19 who have severe, profound and complex learning needs. Wherever possible, we integrate the children at Sexton’s Manor and Riverwalk and share an outdoor learning environment, some art and music sessions. 


Sporting '87

Our partnership with Sporting '87 provides pupils with exciting football development opportunities. Through it's unique rules and guidance, it offers the children an encouraging environment in which to develop their football. Our school shares many values and aspirations with Sporting '87 FC. We are working together with the club coaches with the principle aim to provide all pupils with quality opportunities, care and support in football. 


Royal Ballet School

We are privileged to be part of a small number of schools nationally who participate in the Primary Steps Programme. Our Year 3 class has a positive introduction to ballet and some selected children, who would not otherwise have the opportunity, are able to continue with inital creative ballet training from the Royal Ballet School.  


Fornham House

The school began working with local nursing homes in January 2012 and we now link with Fornham House. A group of children learn with a group of residents in composing songs together and this culminates in an informal performance to families and the school. A skilled music therapist and a staff member lead and facilitate the sessions. The positive benefits are tangible to both parties and visiting each other and sharing experiences has extended into other curriculum areas such as history. Most importantly the experience itself is life-long. 

All Saints Church

The local church is All Saints Church. The school visit the church at Easter and Christmas to celebrate those times of year. The church also warmly welcomes the children for other curriculum visits. Members of the Church visit fortnightly to perform an Open The Book assembly. This is a project for children to hear key bible stories, from a team of christians from local churches. These assemblies are very popular with the children. Alternate weeks the local vicar leads assemblies. This partnership has developed into many areas such as part of RE and the Open The Book team being invited to judge Sexton's Got Talent! and the local vicar leading the Easter Bingo.

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