SEND monitoring Interventions – School Interventions – Outside Agencies

Reading Age – Salford,

English – York Assessment of Reading Comprehension (YARC & Early Years YARC)

Mathematics – Sandwell Early Numeracy Test (SENT)

SIMs – data analysis

SIMs Behave – behaviour analysis

Class teacher / year leader feedback


LSA feedback

Weekly LSA / TA meetings

Early Warning Meetings

TA and Teacher Observation

English and Maths Interventions

EAL support

Behaviour Intervention

Social Skills Group

ICT Software:

  • Lexia
  • Communicate in Print
  • In class LSA

After school clubs

Lunchtime clubs

Educational Psychologist

Hatton Outreach

Early Years Support and Advisory Service

New Rush Hall Outreach

Newbridge Outreach

Speech and Language Therapy

Special Education Resource Centre

Roding Hearing Impaired Outreach Service

Joseph Clarke Vision Impaired Educational Welfare Service

Child and Family Consultation Centre

School Nurse

Social Services

Secondary Liaison

During the Summer Term liaison meetings will be held with the main feeder secondary schools. This allows information about Year 6 pupils with SEN to be transferred so that it can be used in setting targets and to inform the Year 7 grouping process.


Pupils with statements / EHCP of SEND

Following the Year 5 Annual Review the local authority receives the paperwork they need so that Secondary Schools can be consulted over secondary school placements.

Reading Recovery

During allocated times during the school day pupils use an age appropriate Lexia computer programme to improve reading, spelling, and comprehension.

In-Class Support

The majority of support takes place within the classroom. Support is prioritised for pupils with Statements of Special Educational Needs and EHC Plans. There is also general support for other pupils as well as those who are on SEN Support. Teaching Assistants in class provide additional support for pupils that require it.

Social Skills group

Pupils are identified through discussions with class teachers along with the analysis of SIMS data. Lunchtime and Afterschool Clubs Various clubs run either during at lunchtime or after school. Some pupils will be identified to attend these clubs.