• SEN/D students may be identified through information provided by the student’s previous school, teacher observations and assessment, progress checklists, target setting, parental/carer concerns or the students’ own observations or by external agencies.
  • Areas of need are identified and prioritised and become the basis of the intervention.
  • The effectiveness of intervention will be reviewed at least 3 times per year.
  • The review will involve the analysis of relevant progress data and discussion with relevant staff such as Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo), teachers, parents/carers, student and or specialists.
  • In some cases outside professionals from health or children’s services may already be involved with the student.
  • Where these professionals are not already working with Serenity School, the SENDCo will contact them, having discussed the situation with the parents/carers.
  • The SEN/D team will further assess the student and support for the individual will be discussed and action taken.