It is very important for our school that children with SEN/D enjoy success and achievement and make good progress in learning. We use the information we have about each child who has been identified as having SEN/D to plan a personal programme of SEN support. We develop this in partnership with parents and the child – working with the SENDCO and the Class Teacher. This plan will include short term targets and will describe how we will support your child to achieve these targets.
Once a term we review how well all children – including those with SEN/D – are progressing. We call this our Pupil Progress Review Meeting (PPR) and involves the leadership team as well as the teachers and support staff. Parents of children with SEN/D will be offered meetings with their child’s class teacher during the year to discuss progress. We make sure that parents/carers know the next steps for learning for their child. We will report formally once a year on the progress of all children, including those with SEN/D.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (How we review your child’s progress)
Q. What should I do if I am worried about how my child is progressing and how often will I be able to discuss my child’s progress?
A. You will be able to meet your child’s class teacher each term at the parent consultation meetings. We will also invite you to a meeting once a term to discuss your child’s progress. If you have concerns and worries about your child at any time please contact your class teacher and we will arrange a meeting to discuss these concerns.