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Reviewing Your Child's Progress

Reviewing Your Child's Progress

Your child’s progress will be monitored in a variety of ways:

  • Your child’s class teacher will be regularly involved in pupil progress meetings, this will be with either the Head teacher or another member of the Senior Leadership Team.  Any concerns due to lack of progress will be identified and additional support put in place to address concerns.
  • Each term you will be invited to a review of your child’s Support Plan, this may be during Parent’s Evening or at a specific Support Plan review meeting.  Your child will discuss their progress with their targets alongside their class teacher or TA. They can use the ‘smiley faces’ next to their targets to decide if they have achieved the target (green), have made progress with the target (amber) or are still finding the target difficult (red).  At the meeting you will have an opportunity to talk about your child’s progress with your child’s class teacher, and often the SENCo or SENco Assistant.  You will also have time to discuss any other concerns you may have.
Any intervention groups that your child is involved in will be monitored by the Senior Leadership Team for how effective they are, if it is felt that a specific intervention is not working for your child then an alternative may be discussed with their class teacher.
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