The head teacher and the leadership team regularly monitor and evaluate the quality of provision for all pupils. The school aims to use interventions in school that have proven outcomes and are evidence based.
The impact and effectiveness of SEND provision on the progress and outcomes for children on the SEND register is measured through:
• analysis of pupil tracking data and test results at pupil progress meetings
• progress against national data and based on their age and starting points.
• interventions baseline and exit data
• progress against individual outcomes
• pupils’ work and interviews
• robust evaluation of policy and practice (in team and staff meetings)
• SENCO/SLT/Governor monitoring
• Learning walks and observations of lessons and interventions
• Performance management
• Parent questionnaires
The SENCO maps provision for each class. Decisions are made as to whether specific interventions are proving to be effective in terms of impact, time spent on them and the finance used in providing them. Each year we review the needs of the cohort and if necessary make changes to our provision.
The SEN Governor is responsible for:
• monitoring the effective implementation of the SEND policy
• liaising termly with the SENCO
• reporting to the governing body on SEND
• ensuring that pupils with SEND participate fully in school activities