Special Educational Needs

Eastnor has an inclusive learning environment where all pupils are valued and their successes celebrated.

SIAMS Inspection Report 2018

The staff at Eastnor Primary School are committed to providing care and education to all children, including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

A child has special educational needs if he or she has difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for him or her to learn than most other children of about the same age. Some children will need extra help and support during some or all of their time with us.

At Eastnor Primary School we offer a broad and balanced curriculum within a rich, stimulating and caring environment, which is inclusive of every child and celebrates individual achievements, where every member is valued and respected.

We promote high expectations of the individual and encourage each child to reach their full potential, supporting those who find learning difficult and challenging the most able children, across all aspects of the curriculum and the life of the school. We endeavour to inspire a positive approach to life and learning and engender a sense of belonging through strong relationships between school, home, Church, Eastnor Estate and the wider community.

Useful Information about Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at Eastnor

Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator – Miss Rachel Patchett

Tel: 01531 632509 or email [email protected]

Governor responsible for SEN – Rev Keith Hilton-Turvey

Tel: 01531 632509 or email [email protected]

To find out more about our Special Educational Needs provision then please see the full policy here.

You can also view Eastnor Primary School's Local Offer for SEN below.

Useful Information about Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at Herefordshire Local Authority can be found by using the following link.


SEN Policy

SEN Local Offer