Welcome to Little Discoverers, West Norfolk School for Parents (WNSfP)

Hello everyone,

Following the new Government guidelines, we are now able to start running our sessions from the Dutton Pavilion, from Tuesday 9th March.

Our sessions will run from 10am until 12pm as usual on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. However, we will still be running our GoToMeeting online sessions from 10am for those of you who are still shielding or if it is not your scheduled session date.

If you have any worries, enquiries or questions you can click on the 'Contact Us' tab at the top of the page. You can also find us on Facebook.

Please keep safe and we are always just a phone call away if you need us.

Hope to see you all soon,

Little Discoverers Team

Little Discoverers (WNSfP) is part of a network for children with movement difficulties and delayed development and their carers. Our website aims to give further information on who we are and what we can do to help. If you would like to speak to a member of our team, please click here.

Who are you?
We provide early education for pre-school children with motor learning difficulties and delayed development. We put parents at the forefront of their child's learning and development and acknowledge that parents know their child best.
What do you do?
We provide a unique and holistic form of early education inspired by methods used at the Peto Institute of Conductive Education in Hungary. Our specially trained staff work together in groups of up to seven children with their parent/carer.
Am I eligible?
Our service is primarily for pre-school children within West Norfolk and the surrounding area who have motor learning difficulties and delayed development. A child can be referred to us in a variety of ways.
View our promotional video for more information about us

Click here to view a short video detailing the work Little Discoverers (WNSfP) does and how we can help your child.

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My child adores coming to Little Discoverers. The structured, fun atmosphere enables him to learn and develop physically, socially, emotionally and mentally.