Kenny and his mum at The Supercar Event

For families

At The Children’s Trust, we are wholeheartedly committed to supporting parents throughout their child's educational journey. We firmly believe that fostering a strong partnership between home and school is paramount to a child's success.

Our dedication to this partnership includes open lines of regular communication, meaningful parent-teacher consultations, and statutory meetings such as the annual review. We also offer informative workshops and a wealth of resources to empower you in actively participating in your child's learning. Together, we can ensure that your child thrives and reaches their full potential.

We understand that, as a non-maintained school serving families across various local authorities, not all families are local. That's why we use digital platforms to provide ongoing guidance and support on a daily basis. We invite you to explore the content on our website to learn more about our policies, including decisions on uniform, our use of ClassDOJO, and important term dates.

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Matthew on a tablet during a music session

Early years

As part of our early years offering, we hold a weekly parent and child group, Taddies, for children aged 0-5, as well as age-appropriate education and activities based on the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum for children aged 2-5 attending our on-site nursery, Tadworth Tots.

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School Term dates

Find out about our about our school term dates, inset days and when our enrichment weeks are scheduled to take place.

Indy and Kenny at our school


As a special needs school for students with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) and complex health needs, we have chosen not to implement a uniform policy. Our priority is to create a comfortable and inclusive learning environment where the children and young people can thrive.

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