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Pupil Progress meeting
A child’s progress is continually monitored by his/her class teacher. Their progress in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics is discussed at pupil progress meetings. These are held on a termly basis with the Deputy Head and SENCo as part of the whole school assessment cycle.
For some children who have been identified as having a gap or gaps in their learning intervention programmes will be put into place.
An intervention programme may be-
For other children it may be appropriate to seek advice from outside agencies- Educational Psychologist, Advisory teachers. In these cases this will be discussed with the parent/carer and permission sought.
There may also be other occasions during the school year when the class teacher has a concern regarding a child who may have an additional need. The class teacher will discuss their concerns initially with the SENCo. The SENCo will then invite the parent/carer into school to discuss the way forward and listen to any concerns. If the child is to be placed on the SEND support register the parent/carer will be informed in writing.
Children in receipt of a Statement of Special Educational Needs
*Education, Health Care Plan from September 2014
A Person-Centred review is held which is led by the SENCo. Parents/carers and professionals are invited to the meeting. The child is also invited to attend for part of the meeting to share their achievements.
Views from the child, parents/carers, professionals involved with the child are shared and discussed at the review.
Plan, Do and Review meetings
The child and parents/carers will be invited to a meeting and asked for an evaluation of the SEND provision.
All parents/carers have the opportunity to attend Parents’ Evenings and are provided with a report at the end of the academic year. The SENCo is available, in addition to the class teacher to meet with the parent/carer.
The SENCo and class teachers are available at other times throughout the school year to discuss any concerns. A meeting is arranged at a mutually convenient time and if appropriate other professionals invited.