SEND Information Report Q5
5. How does the school know if its SEND provision is effective?
All pupil progress is closely tracked and monitored through:
- ongoing assessment and observation by class teachers and support staff to ensure small step targets are met
- Four data points throughout the year where children’s attainment is more formally assessed and recorded on the school data system
- Half termly review meetings take place for each class where the class teacher meets with members of the Senior Leadership Team
- Termly analysis of this data takes place, where it is assessed how well we are meeting the needs of different groups of children in areas of learning – by SLT, Inclusion Leader and Curriculum Leaders
- Children who are not making expected progress are identified during the review meetings with the class teacher and Senior Leadership Team. Discussion takes place to assess why any individual children experiencing difficulty and what further support can be given to ensure further progress
Regular monitoring and review of children with SEND will focus on the extent to which planned outcomes have been achieved and targets met. The views of the pupil, parents and class teachers are taken into account during this review process.
Pupils with SEND, together with their parents,have a termly review of their progress against their Provision Plan targets. For pupils with an Education, Health and Care Plan there will also be an annual review of the provision made for the child, which will enable an evaluation of the effectiveness of the special provision.
All intervention and provision is monitored and an analysis report produced termly by the inclusion Leader, on the effectiveness of this provision. This report is shared with SLT staff and governors.
An overview of the effectiveness of provision across the school is produced on a yearly basis and shared with SLT and governors. This evaluation informs intervention / provision plans for the following academic year.