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Monitoring and Evaluating the Success of Provision

Monitoring and Evaluating the Success of Provision:

A variety of methods are used to monitor and evaluate the provision and achievements for the pupils with SEN:

  • Regular observation of teaching by the senior management team

  • Analysis of assessment data, with high expectations for the progress expected between key stages for all pupils,

  • Assessment records that illustrate progress over time – e.g. reading ages

  • Pre and post assessments for those pupils who are withdrawn for targeted interventions

  • Success rates in respect of individual targets

  • Monitoring by the governor with responsibility for SEN

  • The views of parents/carers and pupils.

  • Questionnaire for parents of pupils with SEN, pupil views of additional and different provision they receive.

  • Regular meetings between SENCO, SENTA and head teacher

  • Provision Mapping – used as a basis for monitoring the impact of interventions.

  • LA SEN Review to externally validate provision and outcomes for pupils with SEN

For further details please see our SEN Information Report by following the link below