Recording and reporting our pupils progress
What do we Record?
- We set Individual Education Plans (IEP) based on each pupil’s Statement of Special Need.
- We set individual curriculum targets in English, Mathematics, Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE), Science, and Information Communication Technology (ICT).
- We monitor progression by gathering Evidence of Work and measure progress using National Curriculum ‘P’ level assessment statements – (Assessment criteria below NC level 1).
How do we Report?
- Reports and assessments are provided at the child’s Annual Review of Statement of Special Need.
- A copy of the child’s IEP is sent to parents at the beginning of each term and evaluated at the end of term.
- An end of term Report is sent to parents.
- Parents’ Evenings are held each term and there are often informal progress reviews.
The class teacher reports on the child’s progress and has the responsibility of agreeing IEPs, writing reports, pupil assessment and gathering Evidence of Work.
Other professionals such as Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapist, Occupational Therapists and members of the medical team will also contribute to these reports and attend meetings throughout the year to support the development of each child.