SEN Information Report (Cont'd)
How do we evaluate the effectiveness of our SEND provision?
Target tracker is used to monitor the progress of pupils across the school. This data is analysed for progress made.
Interventions are also monitored and evaluated for impact against pre and post assessment data.
Other tools for evaluating SEND provision:
- One plan and annual reviews – Reviewing pupils’ individual progress towards their goals each term
- Feedback from outside agencies
- Curriculum testing
- Standardised testing
- Views of parents and carers
STORING AND MANAGING INFORMATION
(See GDPR policies and procedures on the TMAT website for further information about how your data is used and stored.) www.tmat.org.uk
Each child on the SEND register has a pupil file. All documents relating to the pupil are stored in the file; the files are kept in a locked cupboard and office.
Class teachers have a class SEND file in which they have the most recent relevant reports/plans for the children in their class. Class SEND folders are stored safely.
All documents move with the child when they move schools.
Any documents that are not needed are shredded within the ICO timefram
How do we handle complaints from parents of children with SEND about provision made at the school?
The parents of pupils with disabilities have the right to make disability discrimination claims to the first-tier SEND tribunal if they believe that our school has discriminated against their children. They can make a claim about alleged discrimination regarding:
- Provision of education and associated services
- Making reasonable adjustments, including the provision of auxiliary aids and services
what support services are available to parents?
Essex provide a service to support parents in SEND related matters known as SENDIASS – the Essex SEND Information, Advice and Support Service.
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Where can the LA’s local offer be found?