Our Partners


2 Da Stage is supporting by a number of organisation that in some way contribute to the great service that we are able to offer our children, parents and the community. 



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2 Da Stage are proud members of the Young Brent Foundation. The Young Brent Foundation was established in April 2016 and has been working to collaborate and strengthen the existing offer in Brent and is one of the three founding young people's foundation.

Working collaboratively with the youth voluntary sector, the YBF is continuing to develop a diverse network of members who are keen to support young people by facilitating the delivery of activities and events and work in partnership across the sector. 

The YBF have provided funding for our playscheme and after school to purchase new equipment. They have also provided funding to ensure children that are free school meals or pupil premium access our services for free and they continue to work with 2 Da Stage to ensure that we offer the best possible service to families in Brent.




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The Yellow Pavillion is the home of our holiday playscheme. The Pavilion is a beautiful community space by Yellow Parking Engineers  Way where you can come and get fit, learn new skills, or get creative at one of our regular classes or one-off workshops.

We have provided a social space for local people to get to know each other and have fun! The space is for everyone who lives, works and studies in Wembley Park, as well as all those people who are local to the site.



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Ark Academy is the home of our after school club. The school was established in 2012 by Ark, one of the first new schools to be established under the academies programme. Ark Academy offers primary, secondary and sixth form education to pupils aged 3 to 18. The primary phase of the school is located on Forty Avenue while the secondary phase is located on Bridge Road. The schools most recent addition of its sixth form building was opened in early 2016 on Forty Avenue.

In February 2016 Ark Academy was named as one of the top 100 non-selective state schools in England



The National Lottery Awards For All have accepted our application for funding. 2 Da Stage are proud to be working in partnership with the lottery to provide free childcare places for children aged 5-12 years old during the Easter holiday 2018.

Receiving this award is a mark of quality of the work we are doing in our community. National Lottery Funding is helping us to make a difference in our community. It's there to support what matters to people and communities. They help to shape the places and spaces that matter to communities, bring more people together and build strong relationships with one another and help us to enable more children and young people  to fulfil their potential and become the best they can be.