We continuously ensure the provision has a positive impact on the outcomes for all of our children/young people. We do this in a variety of ways, including:
We evaluate the effectiveness of provision for pupils with SEN by:
- Reviewing pupils’ individual progress towards their goals each term
- Reviewing the impact of interventions after 6 weeks
- Using pupil questionnaires
- Monitoring by the SENCO
- Using provision maps to measure progress
- Holding annual reviews for pupils with statements of SEN or EHC plans
We know that SEN provision has had an impact when:
- We see evidence that the child is making adequate progress academically against national and age expected levels and that the gap is narrowing – i.e. they are catching up to their peers or expected age levels.
- The pupil is achieving or exceeding their expected levels of progress.
- Verbal feedback from the teacher, parent and pupil highlights a positive impact and/or identifies progress.
- Formal or informal observations of the child at school identify evidence of a positive impact and/or identifies progress.
- Pupils move off the SEND register.