SCHOOL BASED DATA/INFORMATION: 2017/2018

SCHOOL BASED DATA/INFORMATION: 2017 / 2018

How many students did we have at our school with statements or EHC plans at the end of July 2018?

7 EHC plans       

How many students did we have at SEN Support at the end of July 2018?

57

What were the outcomes for children within our school with SEND for 2017/2018?

At the end of Key Stage 2 there were 9 pupils on SEN support and 1 on an EHC Plan. The pupil on the EHC Plan reached the expected level in writing at the end of Year 6. Of those on SEN Support 1 pupil (11%) was at the expected level in Reading, Writing and Maths by the end of Key Stage 2.

 

Key Stage 2 Number of SEN Support at expected % of SEN Support at expected
Reading, Writing and Maths 1 11%
Reading 4 44%
Writing TA 1 11%
Maths 3 33%

 

At the end of Key Stage 1 there were 8 pupils on SEN Support and no pupils with an EHC Plan.

 

Key stage 1 number of sen support at or above expected % of sen support at expected number of sen support above expected % of sen support above expected
Reading, Writing and Maths 1 21.5% 1 12.5%
Reading 3 38% 1 12.5%
Writing TA 1 12.5% 1 12.5%
Maths 3 38% 1 12.5%

 

What training did staff at our school have in SEND over the year 2017/2018?

SENCo networks

STEPs training and workshops; Literacy, Word Up and Story Box

Speech and Language PECs training - Foundation Stage staff

Autism and challenging behaviour - TA

Attention Autism - TAs

Approach training - selected staff

Epi Pen and seizure training - all staff

Diabetes Training - Selected Staff

Intensive Interaction - Selected Staff

What was in the Headteacher’s report to the Governors about SEND in 2017/2018?

See Report 

Have there been any other important changes in SEND over the year 2017/2018?

Employment of a Behaviour Support Worker to support children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. 

Development of the 'Learning Pod' to be used by the BSW to support children with SEMH.

 

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