This book theoretically analyses the characteristics of (partner) collaboration and the relationship between the school and the community, emphasising the joint efforts they undertake to further the child’s development and learning. The diversity of experiences that such cooperation offers benefits all partners. The second aspect presented in the book pertains to the findings of a quantitative and qualitative empirical research study on cooperation between primary schools and various partners in the community. Our research findings indicate a variety of intertwined forms of cooperation between the school, school counsellors, parents, individuals and institutions in the community. Examples of good practice suggest that it is possible to establish quality cooperation in many different ways.