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Informing parents

All children, despite their level of need, are expected to make at least 2 sub levels progress every year.

 

All classes differentiate the learning according to the ability and needs of the child. Separate activities that are related to the child’s IEP (individual education plan) are also planned by the teacher. All interventions are extremely well planned by the TA delivering the intervention and are also structured to ensure progression is made.

 

Parents should be kept informed about their child’s progress regularly. If any outside agencies are involved then they like to meet with parents to discuss the work they have been doing. This is arranged when convenient with the parent.

 

As a parent, you are entitled to an IEP review meeting every 3 months. If you would like a further meeting then please contact the class teacher and/or SENCO.

 

Inclusion passports are one way in which we record all the interventions that are being done with a child. The inclusion passport is a key document for anyone working with a child as it contains all the necessary information about the provision that has been made. This is a key document for outside agencies and secondary schools to have so that they know what provision has been put in place.                                                                                                                                          For further information then please refer to the parent's guide section.                                                                                                                                                 

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