3. How do you know if my child is making progress?
If a child has significant additional needs, the class teacher and SENCo will put together a plan of support. This is called a Pupil Plan. We review the plan termly to see whether it is working and plan the next steps forward. If progress is less than we anticipated we will consider whether a child needs a different or more regular form of support. The progress of all children is discussed with the class teacher at termly pupil progress meetings with the head teacher. Our leadership team and governors evaluate children's progress and attainment and national benchmarks are used as a comparison.
Our SEN Governors meet with the SENCo twice a year to discuss and monitor our SEN provision, however names are not disclosed so confidentiality is maintained.