History
The Clifton Learning Partnership is a Company Limited by guarantee with no share capital (Company No. 7566749) and a Registered Charity (Charity registration No. 1142675). Both were incorporated in 2011.

The Company and Charity has evolved from over twelve years of work with the Clifton Learning Community of schools initially as an Education Action Zone, with, in addition, a multi-disciplinary Behaviour Improvement Programme Team, which included roles such as Community Development Tutor, Family Learning Tutor, and Mental Health Practitioner. As the political climate changed in 2010 the key stakeholders at the time; the Head Teachers from the nine schools with whom the EAZ worked, requested that the prudently managed funds from the time of the EAZ be invested into the local community in the most sustainable way possible, in order to help and develop the local community to be stronger, more resilient and to have equality of opportunity. They recognised our ability to work with key agencies outside the education structures to provide additionality for families and children beyond the school gates. In 2011 the Clifton Learning Partnership charity was formed. We are intensely proud of our ability to change, grow and develop; responding to a rapidly changing political climate; and continuing to address the presenting need in a form that is most appropriate. We have always been innovative and taken opportunities. Our practice as an EAZ was celebrated nationally, and it was at this time that we developed our highly successful EAZMAG, which we now sell nationally, with all profits coming to Clifton Learning Partnership.

In November 2014 we obtained, on licence from the Council, Eastwood Village Community Centre, and in April 2017 we signed a lease for 20 years for the Centre. In addition, RMBC have asked us to also take a 20 year lease for the community building and associated land adjacent to EVCC. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop our offer and support the local community.

| Lecturer in Social Work & Principle Investigator, University of Salford

| Chief Executive Officer, Rotherham Federation of the Communities

| Head, Coleridge Children's Centre

| Children's Services Manager, Barnardo's East Region

| RMBC Cabinet Member for Waste, Roads and Community Safety

| Head of Services, Early Help & Family Engagement

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