Question 3

3. How will the school monitor and share the progress of my child?

Progress is continually monitored by the class teacher.

Reading, writing and maths are formally assessed each term throughout Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 and the data entered onto our tracking system.

Progress is reviewed formally every half term by each phase, with the Head Teacher. Any children highlighted at this stage will be targeted for additional support and then closely monitored.

If children continue to make unsatisfactory progress then phases will consult with previous teachers and ask the advice of the SENCo to consider other interventions and programmes that could help. Outside agencies may also be consulted.

If your child is on the SEN register and has a support plan, individual targets will be set for your child and progress reviewed with you once a term.

The progress of children with a Statement or an Education, Health and Care Plan will be formally reviewed at an Annual Review including all those involved in the child’s education.

Learning walks, work scrutinies and lesson observations are carried out by the SENCo and members of the Senior Leadership Team to ensure that the needs of all children are met and that the quality of teaching and learning is high.