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The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) is a Surrey based Multi-Academy Trust, comprising 4 secondary and 6 primary phase schools. We are proud of our ethos of collaboration and inclusion, "Bringing out the best" in students of all abilities and backgrounds. Visit website

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Kenyngton Manor Primary School is an academy situated in Sunbury-on-Thames serving the local community.  It caters for children from Nursery to Year 6, and has a Sure Start Children’s Centre on site.  This means that Kenyngton Manor Primary School can offer support and education to all its children’s families from birth to 11 years old.

In December 2013 Kenyngton Manor Primary School came under the umbrella of The Howard Partnership Multi-Academy Trust.  This ensures that the school and community  have the excellent support of partnership schools, including the Outstanding Howard of Effingham School.  Our school was removed from Special Measures in November 2013, after only two terms of partnership working with THPT, as a result of radical progress and strong leadership.

At Kenyngton Manor, the promises we make to you are that all teachers deliver Good or better lessons, ensuring that your child thrives in an environment that encourages a thirst for learning, which will develop into life-long learning.

Selecting a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you are required to make. As with most decisions it is easier to make the correct choice if you have the necessary information available to you.

Our school provides the kind of educational environment and learning opportunities you would like your son/daughter to experience. This website provides information which will help you make an informed decision before you choose Kenyngton Manor Primary School.

We aim:

  • To provide a caring, secure and stimulating learning environment in which every child can develop as an individual intellectually, socially, morally, emotionally and physically;
  • To provide as a minimum entitlement access to the National Curriculum for each child and extend further the broad balanced relevant and differentiated aspects of this and the wider curriculum;
  • To provide opportunities for every child to feel part of a community where they can develop respect for themselves and the feelings, gender, culture, belief, views and ability of others; and
  • To develop self-esteem, self-discipline, self-respect and confidence to meet the changes and challenges in their life ahead.