About us

We pride ourselves on the relationships we form with parents/ carers and appreciate the value this has on the quality of our educational provision. Each student within Eton Dorney School is assigned a key teacher who works closely with the student, parents/carers and other professionals to provide a wraparound approach to quality education.

Eton Dorney School offers a broad and balanced education following the National Curriculum at all key stages along with rural skills and outdoor education. Students are provided with the opportunity to access GCSE’s and other vocational qualifications at KS4. All of our students have an individualised behaviour and education plan which are student centred to include both parent and carer voice.

Our staff team is highly qualified and experienced in Special Education Needs provision with a high staff to student ratio, this allows for individualised differentiation and the implementation of effective interventions which target specific areas of difficulty.

Individualised Learning Plans are created for all students with input from the school’s specialist therapists. These plans include strategies to enable students to manage their anxieties; to regulate their emotional responses; and to reduce or eliminate negative and inappropriate behaviours which are preventing effective learning and positive social interactions.

We pride ourselves on the relationships we form with parents/ carers and appreciate the value this has on the quality of our educational provision. Each student within Eton Dorney School is assigned a key teacher who works closely with the student, parents/carers and other professionals to provide a wraparound approach to quality education.

Eton Dorney School offers a broad and balanced education following the National Curriculum at all key stages along with rural skills and outdoor education. Students are provided with the opportunity to access GCSE’s and other vocational qualifications at KS4. All of our students have an individualised behaviour and education plan which are student centred to include both parent and carer voice.

We pride ourselves on the relationships we form with parents/ carers and appreciate the value this has on the quality of our educational provision. Each student within Eton Dorney School is assigned a key teacher who works closely with the student, parents/carers and other professionals to provide a wraparound approach to quality education.

Eton Dorney School offers a broad and balanced education following the National Curriculum at all key stages along with rural skills and outdoor education. Students are provided with the opportunity to access GCSE’s and other vocational qualifications at KS4. All of our students have an individualised behaviour and education plan which are student centred to include both parent and carer voice.

Key features of Eton Dorney

  • Day and residential options for boys and girls aged 8 to 18.
  • Flexible placements from 38 to 52 weeks.
  • Small class groups with high staff to student ratios.
  • Sensory room and quiet areas
  • Excellent PE and sports facilities.
  • Highly personalised programmes of learning.
  • Access to Clinical Psychology and independent therapists.
  • Speech, Language and Communication Therapy.
  • Occupational Therapists with specialisms in Sensory Integration.
  • Nurse on staff.
  • Access to the full National Curriculum as well as a range of GCSEs and other accredited courses.
  • Staff-supported college placements, vocational courses, work-related learning opportunities and the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince’s Trust Awards.
  • Transport can be provided for day students on established routes (subject to the student maintaining safe and appropriate behaviour.)

Eton Dorney

Eton Dorney School is a specialist provision with emphasis on students with needs associated with a diagnosis on the autistic spectrum, moderate learning difficulties, emotional and behavioural difficulties and associated complex needs.

 

Address

Lake End Road
Dorney
South Buckinghamshire
SL4 6QS

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