ASSESS - PLAN - DO - REVIEW
We follow the cycle in the Graduated Approach of Assess, Plan, Do and Review. As part of this we work with you to remove barriers to learning and support your child in school. The termly plan is known as an Individual Education Plan (IEP) and is supported by a Pupil Profile which we review with you each year.
Communication with you is very important and we meet with you three times a year to look at the progress your child is making in all areas. These are:
September: Term 1: IEPs sent to parents/carers:
October: Meeting with class teacher
January: Term 1 IEPS reviewed and Term 2 ones sent to parents/carers:
February: Meeting with Class teacher
March/April: Term 2 IEPs reviewed and Term 3 ones sent to parents/carers:
May-June: Meeting with Miss Frain (SENDCo) to review progress and update profile
July: Term 3 IEPs sent out to parents/carers
At Gilmour Junior School we have different waves of intervention –they are based on Quality First Teaching in the classroom and we
always try to make sure that in a warm and inclusive environment your child will be able to thrive.
All children at our school are entitled to be educated alongside their peers with reasonable adjustments made for their learning and social needs. The majority of this is delivered in the mainstream classroom and supported with separate breaks and lunchtimes, a separate breakout area for children on the yard at lunchtime and additional support through clubs and parental support groups.
In working with you, we may find that your child needs more support. This comes under 4 categories:
At this point, you might find that your child goes onto a monitoring list to see if the adjustments we make in class, or through a small group approach makes a difference to their learning, wellbeing and
engagement. This happens for 10 weeks and is then reviewed by the class teacher with the subject leads and the SENDCo.
If your child has made sufficient progress, we will continue to monitor but would expect them to be applying their learning and strategies in class and in their friendships on the playground – this is a very important time so that we can celebrate success but also make changes if the child needs them.
Communication with you is very important to us at all stages.
In WAVE 3, we look at more focussed 1:1 support through external agencies and Individual Plans which may lead to an Education Health Care Plan.
It is important that we know whether these interventions are helping the children develop the skills to build resilience, make the steps of progress expected of them and also to address when this is not the case.
There many fantastic resources that can help support emotional well being. Liverpool Learning Partnership have compiled a helpful list which you can find by following the link below