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.

Explore our early years support

Bonnie at our Taddies parent and toddler group


Taddies offers a warm welcome to families and children with additional health and educational needs providing support and planned opportunities to learn through play and fun. Our two hour multisensory sessions are organised by experienced staff from The Children's Trust School, offered on a weekly basis every Friday 10am - 12noon free of charge for parents/carers to attend with their child.

Tadworth Tots nursery

Tadworth Tots is a pre-school nursery offering both morning and afternoon sessions for children aged 2-5. We welcome all children to Tadworth Tots and as we are located in a school for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), we have the skills and knowledge to support children with a wide range of needs.

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A bedroom within Camelia House

Our school and residential care

The Children's Trust School is a purpose built, residential non-maintained school for children aged up to 19 with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and complex education, health, therapy and care needs.

Short breaks

Residential short breaks at The Children’s Trust offer flexible, nurse-led care for children and young people between the ages of 0-18.Set in 24-acres of beautiful woodland at our national specialist centre in Tadworth, Surrey, we offer overnight stays in comfortable, fully-accessible bedrooms, available seven days a week.

Amelia in the garden

Support in your community

The Children's Trust Community Rehabilitation Service provides specialist goal-orientated neurorehabilitation delivered in the child's environment. Our ultimate goal is to maximise the child's participation in everyday life.