Assessing Effectiveness of our SEND interventions

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Our school support plans are reviewed by the SENCO every term (at least three times a year) and more often if required. Assessments take place for all children every half term and data is recorded in our comprehensive Cohort Tracking System. The SENCO uses this data to monitor the progress of children with SEND and compares this to the progress made by the cohort.

The SENCO meets with each Class Teacher every term to review the progress made and the success (or otherwise) of each intervention programme. The allocation of resources and staffing are reviewed every term to ensure maximum use of available funding, staffing and equipment.

At the end of Key Stage Two, the SENCO analyses the data to ensure progress made by children with SEND is comparable to children without SEND.

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