The effectiveness of the school’s provision for pupils with SEND is evaluated through the schools on-going monitoring cycle by the Senior Leadership Team and Governors. This includes:
- Reviewing the effectiveness of our school wide provision twice a year, once in February and again in July. Provision is reviewed by staff leading the intervention and recorded on the provision map. We consider an intervention successful if most children meet the targets set at the start of the intervention. Where an intervention is not considered successful, the necessary ‘next steps’ will be put in place with guidance from the SENDCO.
- Termly pupil progress meetings and analysis of this data.
- Learning walks.
- Numeracy and Literacy Audits led by the teachers in charge of these subject areas.
- Provision Management audit.
- Lesson observations.
- Interviews with pupils.