SEN Report – 5
Question: How is extra support allocated
The school budget, received from Derbyshire LA, includes money for supporting children with SEN.
The SENCo with the support of the teaching staff will both identify and track children who require additional support. Staff will complete a Record of Concern and speak to the SENco if they feel a child is not making as much progress as would be expected. From this information and further discussions and assessments, if necessary, the SENCo will decide what resources/training and support is needed.
The SENCo identifies the needs of SEN pupils on a provision map. This identifies all support given within school and is reviewed regularly and changes made as needed, so that the needs of children are met, and resources are deployed as effectively as possible.
All children with SEND are identified on the provision map as well as the school SEND register.