Monitoring Progress

How will Littletown monitor progress? How will i know how well my child is doing?
 
Monitoring the progress of our pupils is something we, at Littletown, take very seriously. We feel that close monitoring allows us to make the best decisions and plan for children’s support and provision. We will monitor your child’s progress in a number of ways:

  • Close monitoring during day to day learning- Responsibility- Class Teacher
  • Detailed evaluations regarding effectiveness of interventions will be made every 6-8 weeks- Responsibility- Class Teacher/Teaching Assistant/ Head of Key Stage. This is fed back to the SAFS team
  • Evaluation of ‘My Plan’ targets, with view to amend and set new targets if necessary. Responsibility—Class Teacher and SAFS team
  • Regular feedback to parents of SEND children, every 6-8 weeks– Responsibility- Class Teacher and SAFS team.
At Littletown, we offer an open door policy where parents/carers are welcome any time to make an appointment to meet with either a class teacher or member of the SAFS Team to discuss how their child’s progress. Parents/carers can contact staff members email or by or through the school office.

If your child has an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) or Statement of SEN, then there are legal requirements for at least one formal meeting each year (the Annual Review). This is organised by the SAFS team and attended by parents/carers, teachers and any outside agencies involved in your child’s education.

If your child has a ‘My Plan’ requires requesting additional resources to help support their learning or if outside agencies are involved, meetings every 6-8 weeks will be set. This will be between parents/class teacher/teaching assistant/SAFS team and any other outside agencies.