HOW WILL BOTH YOU AND I KNOW HOW MY CHILD/YOUNG PERSON IS DOING AND HOW WILL YOU HELP ME TO SUPPORT MY CHILD'S/YOUNG PERSON'S LEARNING?
How will both you and I know how my child/young person is doing and how will you help me to support my child’s/young person’s learning?
Children who are on the SEN register and are recognised as having a need, will have targets and a provision map. These will be reviewed during the year and new targets will be set.
Parents can talk to the class teachers about their child’s progress on appointment. The class teachers review the progress of all the children each half term and adapt their teaching accordingly. We also hold 2 parents’ evenings and the staff write a detailed progress report at the end of the year.
The SENCo is available to meet with you to discuss your child’s progress or any concerns/worries you may have, by appointment.
All information from outside professionals will be discussed with you with the person involved directly, or where this is not possible, in a report.
Homework will be adjusted as needed to your child’s individual requirements.
A home-school contact book may be used to support communication with you when this has been agreed to be useful for you and your child.
Achievement diaries will also help to support home school communication where a child is struggling with school routines.
Every child has a home/school diary which we ask all parents to record in; any concerns or questions and that you have read with your child at least 5 times during the week. The diaries are checked daily by the classroom staff.
We can signpost you to SENDIASS if you feel you need further support with and SEND issues.
Parents will be invited in to review their children’s IEP targets at the end of each term.
We send home a small amount of homework to aid you in supporting your child and we also ask that the children read at least 5 times a week at home.