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The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) is a Surrey based Multi-Academy Trust, comprising four secondary, six primary and two special schools with two further under development. 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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Parent involvement during their child's time at Kenyngton Manor Nursery is very important to us.

Working closely with parents, benefits the children greatly in their learning and development. Having good relationships with families helps us to plan for individuals to progress to their full potential. 

Here are some ways you can get involved:

Stay and Play Sessions

We invite all parents to our stay and play sessions each term.  Parents will be sent an invite that will outline a time and date.  A sign-up sheet will be available for you to choose a particular day that suits. These sessions enable you to see the day-to-day life of the nursery, and join in with the children, to get the best out of their activities.

Joining the stay and pay sessions is not the only way to take part in the life of the nursery.  Parents can offer to share their own interests, skills and abilities with the children. So far, we have welcomed visits from dance, unusual pets and gardeners, who have all shared their particular talents with the children.

Parents are encouraged to drop into the setting to see it at work, or to speak with the staff.

Toy Washing / Washing Dressing-up Clothes

Another way you can help is to stay and help by washing a box of toys or taking a box home.  You can run most toys through the dish washer which also helps get rid of germs because they are washed in hotter water. 

If you feel you could help in this way, please speak to Miss Miah or Mrs Baker.

Dressing up clothes and table cloths also need a wash so if you can squeeze a bag into your washing routine every now and again, please speak to a member of staff who will be very grateful.

Skills and Talents List

If you haven't already, please sign up on our skills and talents sheet.

Could you come in to talk to the children about what you do for a living? Help them with some gardening? Teach them some new songs or maybe you speak another language?

Wow Vouchers

Parents are invited to use these at any time to share with us something that your child has done that they are proud of outside of Kenyngton manor Nursery. This can be anything from 'trying a new vegetable', 'putting a coat on by themselves', 'using the toilet independently' or anything else that we can work together to encourage. The wow vouchers can be found on the Notice board at Nursery


Our resident bear loves to go home with the children and see what they get up to.
Parent’s involvement with this initiative is great for building children's confidence to speak in a group situation when sharing the scrapbook and experiences.

Parent Comments, Complaints and Questionnaires

Every now and then parents are asked to fill in questionnaires to assess the effectiveness of all that we do at Kenyngton Manor Nursery.

Parents are invited to leave us comments, compliments or complaints with their child's key person or Nursery manager at any time and all comments are taken seriously.

Ongoing communication between parents and the key person are encouraged at drop off and pick up times.

In response to our recent questionnaire results we have introduced our new Wow voucher scheme.

We will be looking forward to sharing all your WOW moments with the rest of the nursery.