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KS1 and KS2

Children causing concern, due to a lack of progress or lower attainment, are monitored more regularly and referred to relevant agencies where appropriate.

  • Staff use observations, evidence in books and developmental tracking grids to monitor progress and achievement.

  • Children causing concern may be monitored more regularly and referred to relevant agencies where appropriate.

  • Class or Individual provision maps are created for children who need extra support to show targets, interventions and progress over time. These are monitored and reviewed by the SENCo on a regular basis to ensure it is supporting the pupils effectively.

    We have excellent specific SEN assessment processes at Short Wood:

    We undertake our own assessments, in some areas, to identify specific problems and then put in place provision to ensure the children make progress.

  • We undertake our own Phonic and reading assessments and monitor progress and achievement. Provision is put in place based on the assessments to ensure children make progress.

  • We undertake initial Speech and language assessments and provision is put in place based on the assessments , if necessary we may make a referral to Speech and Language.

The Provision map will detail:

  • The teaching strategies/ resources to be used

  • The provision to be put in place- frequency, staffing etc.

  • When the plan is to be reviewed,

  • The provision map will be reviewed every term and outcomes will be recorded.

Attendance

Overall School: 95.4% - Every day counts!

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