We continuously evaluate our SEN provision at South Stanley Junior School to ensure that it has a positive impact on the outcomes for all of our children/young people.
This is conducted in a number of ways including:
- Reviewing pupils’ individual progress towards their goals each term, ensuring that pupils have an appropriate level of challenge and aspiration, but also that targets are purposeful, and recommendations from professionals are used.
- Reviewing termly the progress of children who are engaging with interventions, and the impact that this has on their learning.
- Monitoring by the SENCO to ensure that Quality First Teaching and differentiation are used confidently and effectively by staff to support students with SEND.
- Holding annual reviews for pupils with EHC plans
- Carrying out learning walks, observations and book scrutinies in liaison with subject leaders, to ensure that SEND needs are considered when monitoring teaching within school.
- Regular meetings between the Headteacher, SENDCO, and SEN link Governor, alongside scrutiny from professionals across SLP, to ensure that SEN practice is challenged.