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How does the school evaluate the effectiveness of the provision made for children with SEND?

Towards the end of each new term (six times a year) the Maths and English subject leaders, Key Stage Leaders, SENCo and Head teacher meet with each class teacher individually to review the progress and provision made for all pupils, including those with SEND. These meetings are called Pupil Progress Meetings. The SEN Policy is also reviewed annually and contains further information on how the school monitors the effectiveness of provision. The interventions we use to support children with SEND are evidence based and we monitor their effectiveness through our school tracking system and Pupil Progress Meetings. We monitor progress not just through academic data, but also through behaviour and pastoral information for example improved attendance, a more positive attitude towards school etc. As a result of these meetings, provision van be adjusted and varied to meet individual needs on a very regular basis.