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How do I know that the provision in school is effective?

The SENCO is responsible for measuring the impact of any intervention or provision put in place to meet the needs of our students.  We ensure that we:

·         Have clear systems in place for evaluating quality of provision by reviewing staff expertise through classroom observations and linking to appraisal/performance management systems

·         Only use recognised interventions with a proven track record

·         Evaluate the quality of provision through rigorous analysis of pupil progress including work analysis and pupil observations

·         Monitor the impact and success of specific interventions through comparison of pre and post intervention data

·         Review attendance and exclusion data for SEND pupils

·         Track the progress of different pupil groups and cohorts – e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), pupils with Dyslexia, Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) etc.

·         Have a well-designed and comprehensive school improvement plan that accounts for specific development of SEND provision and addresses any areas of weakness