How does your school know if children/young people need extra help?

Teachers monitor children’s progress in all areas of learning carefully and use the class based intervention system (Enhanced Learning) to ensure children do not fall behind in the core lessons.  This is monitored carefully by the SENDCo (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator) and Senior Leadership Team.  Pupils have end of year targets and progress towards these targets is analysed every half term. Pupils who continue to not make progress will be referred to the SENDCo for additional support.  Pupils with specific needs who receive support from outside agencies, such as Speech and Language Therapy, will have additional targets based on their need.  These targets are shared with the class teacher and all parties will work towards them together.

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