A member of staff will regularly meet with you to discuss the interventions/support that is going to be put in place to support your child and the expected impact on progress, development or behaviour with a clear date for review. This will reinforce the contribution that you can make at home.
Staff working with the pupil (with the support of the SENCo/Assistant SENCos) will oversee the implementation of the interventions or programmes agreed as part of SEN support.
After a period of time the impact of the support is evaluated by all those involved and any changes are agreed in light of your child’s progress and development. You will be given clear information about the impact of the support provided and you will be involved in planning the next steps.
Changes have been made to statutory assessment arrangements for pupils working below the standard of national curriculum assessments. The ‘pupil can’ statements represent the key aspects of each subject, allow for progression towards the national curriculum. These standards will be used for statutory assessment at the end of key stage 1 pupils working below the standard of national curriculum assessments engaged in subject-specific study from 2018/19 academic year onward.
For more information see Section 3b of the full version of the SEND Information Report