Mrs Stoddard, as SENDCo, will also become part of the process at this point.
We hope to support parents and pupils through this process, explaining each step as it happens, and providing resources and support materials, if requested.
Individual Education Plans (IEP’s)
An IEP is a supporting document that should contain between one and three targets that are designed to help pupils make progress. They might relate to literacy or numeracy, to behaviour or to a physical or social need. All targets are set with the intention of helping a pupil to move on to the next stage and removing barriers to their learning.
As SENDCo, Mrs Stoddard will work alongside class teachers, pupils and parents to review IEPs termly for all pupils on the record of need. Class teachers meet with parents at Open Evenings to discuss the IEPs that have been created.
You know your child the best. If there are certain ways in which we can do things that will further support your child, do let us know. There are set Open Evenings every term, but teachers are always happy to meet with parents.
School life is very busy, so we do ask that you make an appointment to see your child's teacher via Mrs Meek in the office.
If you need to speak with someone urgently, please contact Iona Stoddard. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can telephone us on 01326 373290.
Iona Stoddard (SENDCo) and Kirstie MacLachlan (Parent Support Worker) are usually available.