We will seek to identify differing needs and respond with appropriate teaching strategies in a differentiated and personalised curriculum through our Graduated Response.
The Graduated Response
Assess- Plan- Do- Review (APDR)
Quality First Teaching and targeted interventions
Your child's class teacher will differentiate your child's learning and plan small group work to help your child make progress.
SEN Support APDR Cycle 1
Your child will be added to the school's SEND register if your child requires something additional and is working significantly BELOW peers in an aspect of learning.
This may only be for a short time.
Additional small group work with some 1:1 support will be planned to help close the gap.
Your child maybe closely monitored on the Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and/or Social and Emotional Wellbeing pathway
If progress has been made then a child may no longer need SEN Support and will be removed from the SEND register.
If insufficient progress has been made than a child may move on to cycle 2.
SEN Support APDR Cycle 2
More small group work with more 1:1 support interventions will be planned to help your child make progress and close gaps in learning.
These interventions will be more specialised and recommended by external professionals.
SEN Support APDR Cycle 2 and beyond
Your child may be in need of an Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP) if they have continued to not make the expected progress despite a high level of ongoing specialist support.
'SEND Register' for all children receiving SEN Support APDR Cycle 1, 2 and beyond.
Your child will have an Individual Provision Map (IPM) and your child's class teacher will work closely with you, your child, the SENCO and a range of external professionals to overcome any barriers.
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