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How is the decision made about what type of, and how much, support my child will receive?

If a child is not making enough progress, a graduated response is required. The school will put in the necessary additional support as well as differentiating work further. The class teacher is best placed to know if there are any concerns regarding the child and will speak to the SENCO to discuss next steps. The class teacher and SENCO will carefully monitor progress.

If the child continues to make insufficient progress then the class teacher and SENCO will make the decision for that child to access relevant interventions.

Should a child continue to need support, an individual plan will be drawn up to ensure all learning needs are met. The type and level of support will be discussed with parents as regularly as necessary. This may vary from child to child. We always aim to work in partnership with parents to achieve the best possible outcomes for all students.