- Key Information
- Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND)
- SEND Information Report
- How does school monitor the progress of SEND pupils?
How does school monitor the progress of SEND pupils?
The SENCO monitors and evaluates the SEND class provision maps on a half term basis to ensure its effectiveness and to inform future IPM targets. The impact of the interventions is then summarised and reported termly to the school Governing Body by the SEND Governor Lynda Syree.
Children receiving SEN support will have their targets reviewed at the end of each half-term. They will be fully involved and their voice will be used to plan the next steps. Class teachers will share and review targets with parents and pupil at a time that is convenient, usually before or after school.
Children will be removed from the SEND register when they have made progress and the gap has been narrowed. However, they will be closely monitored to ensure that progress continues and maybe discussed at pupil progress meetings.