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SEND SUMMARY FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16
Total number of boys on the register: 42/ 50 84%
On the SEND register the predominant need is
Multi-agency meetings have also been attended by class teachers who have shared their concerns with the professionals present and have been given advice as to what the next steps for intervention should be. This has often resulted in individuals being referred for further assessment by the agencies present. Individuals have had to be prioritised according to the levels of need.
Detailed notes are kept on each child discussed at the meetings highlighting the actions to be taken. Copies kept in individual yellow files as well as a copy kept in SENCO file. A parent friendly version is shared with parents via a meeting with SENCO and class teacher so parents are kept informed at all stages of help and permission for future actions can be gained.
The next Academic Year will see again 2 Multi Agency meetings when the priority will be on new arrivals to school and pupils who have struggled to make progress during 2015/16
To date, 2 Pupils now have EHC Plans and additional funding for their needs.
2 pupils are underway with bids for Statutory Assessment with the hope of additional funding being secured .1 of these children has been allocated Emergency Funding at present.
We also have 2 Pupils who have a place secured at Camberwell Park Special School for Sept 2016. 1 child has taken up their place successfully, the other child is currently at tribunal stage pending a decision being made by the Local Authority about where he would best be placed.
The Educational Psychologist is also currently working with 2 EYFS children who will be put forward for Statutory Assessment as soon as possible.
NOTE: This data has been calculated based on the number of SEND children who have been in school since September..
Next steps for Autumn Term 2016:
To identify the individual needs of our learners and work to provide the best possible environment in which they may achieve their personal best. This will include adapting resources within all areas of the curriculum, providing training for staff working with the learners and possible adaptations to the physical environment, where this is possible and practical.
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