Holtsmere End Infant and Nursery School

SEN Support


Key people at Holtsmere End Infant and Nursery School are:

Our SENDCo is Mrs Kathryn Lloyd 

Mrs Georgie Gladdy is our Governor with responsibility for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Mrs Nicola O’Connell is the Head Teacher
Miss Safina Razzaque is the Deputy Head Teacher

All of the above are contactable through the school:

Email: admin@holtsmereinfants.herts.sch.uk   Telephone:  01442 211963

 SEN Provision at Holtsmere End Infant and Nursery School

A key part of the SEN Code of Practice is to make it easier for parents and carers to have information about the provision on offer in schools.  Every school has been asked to write and publish information that explains how we identify and meet the needs of children with special educational needs or with disabilities. You can read our SEND report and details of the Local Offer by opening the pdf link below.

Please download our 

SEN Information report 2024 (PDF 230KB)

Hertfordshire local offer 

Accessibility Plan 23/24

SEN Policy 2022 Review 2024 


DSPL is a Hertfordshire wide initiative, working to improve the range of provision and support services available for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, aged 0-25.

Speech & Language Therapy https://www.hct.nhs.uk/

Website: www.dacorumdspl.org.uk

Dacorum family services

A free, confidential advice and support service for local families.



Hertfordshire’s SEND Local Offer website https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/microsites/local-offer/the-hertfordshire-local-offer.aspx
The Local Offer website lets parents and young people know what special educational needs and
disabilities services are available in Hertfordshire, and who can access them.
We provide information about SEND services across education, health and social care, and aim to
give families all the information they may need in one place. Our website includes information on:

early years (ages 0 - 5)
support for parents, carers and siblings
services for all areas of needs
preparing for adulthood (ages 16 - 25)
education health and care plans
education support
parent courses and training
activities and events for young people and short breaks