Reviewing progress

How we review your child’s progress

It is very important for our school that ALL of our children 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 SEND to plan a personal program of support

We develop this in partnership with parents and the child – working with the leader of SEND 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 SEND – are progressing. We call these our Pupil Progress Review Meetings.

We will arrange a meeting with parents of children with SEND about how well s/he has progressed: we will agree new targets and sometimes different ways of supporting, for example, a small reading group with a trained member of staff.

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 SEND and for some pupils we will provide more frequent reports. Children working with external agencies may receive progress and review reports from therapists more often than this.