Provision maps are drawn up to ensure all children receive the interventions required to support their learning and and/or social and emotional needs. Teaching assistants are deployed throughout school to support with learning, deliver interventions and meet medical needs.
Those children who are receiving support through provision mapping are constantly being assessed and reviewed by their class teacher. The provision maps are reviewed every term (3 times per year).
Children who have an Individual Learning Plan are also continuously assessed and their Learning Plans reviewed and new targets set every term.
If a child has an EHCP, they will have a statutory review of their plan every year. They will also have an Individual Learning Plan that is reviewed termly.
For children with SEND working below Key Stage Standards, we use an assessment tool called BSquared Primary Steps. This assessment tool enables us to monitor smaller steps of progress that children make. We set and review achievable, and aspirational targets every term and the SENCO monitors progress across the whole SEN cohort. We assess children in English, Maths, ICT, Science, PSHE and PE. We set targets for English and Maths