At Snape Wood, all class teachers differentiate for the needs of their pupils in every lesson. If a child is having difficulty with a particular area, they are highlighted to the SENCO, and added to the class provision map which indicates how and when they will receive additional, targeted support for the area of difficulty.
If a child does not make progress with this intervention, we would contact parents and arrange for a consultation with the class teacher, parents and SENCO. We would then agree on specific targets for the child to work on at home and school over the term. We would record the child's specific targets on an Individual Learning Plan. This enables us to track the child's progress and provision.
If a child continued to require additional support we will consider engaging external professionals for advice and guidance, applying for additional funding or in some cases, applying for an Education Health and Care Plan.