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Question 5

5.        HOW DOES THE SCHOOL KNOW HOW WELL MY CHILD IS DOING?

 

·        As a school we track and analyse the childrens’ progress in learning against national expectations and age related expectations on a termly basis;

·        The class teacher continually assesses each child and notes areas where they are improving and where further support is needed. As a school, we track children’s’ progress from entry at Year R through to Year 6, using a variety of different methods. Please ask the school if you require any further details;

·        Pupil Progress Meetings are held each term between each class teacher and the Head teacher, Deputy Headteacher and SENCo. In these meetings, a discussion takes place concerning children who are not making expected progress and possible actions are discussed;

·        Where specific needs are apparent, the school has a range of assessments which can be used to explore a child’s strengths and difficulties in more depth;

·        The Headteacher and SENCo report regularly to the Governing Body. We have a governor who is responsible for SEN, who meets regularly with the SENCo and attends briefing sessions They also report back to the Governing Body.

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