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Annual SEN Report for Governors

Gilded Hollins Primary School

 

Annual SEN Report- September 2018

 

The information and data in this report relates to the academic year 2017/18

Provision

Gilded Hollins Primary School is a one-form entry mainstream school.

Pupils are aged 4-11 years. We have an SEND Database which in July 2018 contained 32 pupils.

For more information about specialist resources and provision please see the SEN Information Report on our website.

 

PROFILE OF PUPILS 2017/18 PUPILS

 

Level of Need

Number of pupils

Statement / EHCP

1

School Support

27

Monitor

4

 

Areas of Need

(some children may have 2 areas of need)

General Learning

Difficulties

Specific Learning Difficulties

Speech and Language and communication

Social, mental and emotional health

ASC

Hearing Impairment

Visual Impairment

Complex Physical Medical Issues

Number of Pupils

11

11

6

4

1

1

1

0

 

 

SEND Progress 2017-2018

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

KS1

8 children

-

EXP

+

-

EXP

+

-

EXP

+

50%

37%

13%

25%

50%

25%

25%

50%

25%

 

50%

 

75%

 

75%

 

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

KS2

23 children

-

EXP

+

-

EXP

+

-

EXP

+

13%

61%

26%

13%

57%

30%

13%

35%

52%

 

87%

 

87%

 

87%

 

 

To address children making slower than expected progress, the following measures are in place –

- Each class has both a teacher and an LSA to be deployed as appropriate. Interventions are delivered by both adults as appropriate

- Singapore maths approach introduced to promote numerical understanding and improved reasoning skills

- Continue to increase parental engagement for most vulnerable through regular contact with learning mentor, SENCo and class teachers.

- Extra reading taking place through additional adults and increased, closely monitored home reading.

- Teaching of reading improved across the school (the use of CLIMBS, reading response sessions, group reading)

- Interventions have been revised and improved (longer morning sessions / short focussed afternoon interventions for target children)

 

Annual Reviews / EHC Plans

· One child was awarded an Early Health Care Plan.

· No children transferred to an EHC.

· We have 1 child allocated top-up funding

 

External Agencies

· 6 referrals to SALT

· 6 referrals to the TESS (Targeted Education Support Service)

· 2 referrals to the Educational Psychologist

· 2 children have an Early Help and are involved with the Startwell team.

 

Resources Purchased

· Coloured overlays to support those with scotopic sensitivity

· Stabilo pens, pencils and grips to support correct handwriting grip

· Additional reading books for KS1 and EYFS

· Additional Dandelion readers linked to Soundswrite scheme

 

Interventions for 2017-2018

· Soundswrite phonics programme for small groups

· Read,Write Inc for small, focus groups

· ‘Join-it’ rescue cursive handwriting programme.

· Maths interventions to over-learn basic skills

· 1-1 reading with staff for targeted, vulnerable children

 

Staff Skills

· Staff Training – Dyslexia Friendly Strategies

- Classroom Strategies to Develop Working Memory

· Termly Pupil progress meeting to discuss interventions, impact and progress of pupils and set next steps (Autumn, Spring and Summer)

· Termly Individual Progress Plan reviews for pupils and their families (Autumn, Spring and Summer)

· SENCO attended termly SEND cluster meetings

· SEND governor attended SEND governor training

· SENCO and SEND Governor, Sheena Thompson, have met to review SEND practice across the school

 

 

C A Burns

SENCO September 2018

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