Avening Primary School

Reviewing Progress

How is the progress of my child measured in school?

  • Your child’s progress is continually monitored by his/her class teacher through the daily learning opportunities planned.
  • His/her progress is reviewed formally every term and a level given in reading, writing and maths. These levels are shared with the headteacher, who will discuss them with the staff involved at termly Pupil Progress Meetings. Where intervention groups are taking place, levels may be given more frequently to ensure that the intervention is having impact.
  • At the end of each key stage (i.e. at the end of year 2 and year 6) all children are required to be formally assessed using Standard Assessment Tests (SATS). This is something the government requires all schools to do and are the results that are published nationally.
  • The progress of children with a statement of SEND/ EHC Plan is formally reviewed at an Annual Review with all adults involved with the child’s education.
  • The headteacher will also check that your child is making good progress within any individual work and in any group that they take part in via termly Pupil Progress Meetings.

How will progress towards identified outcomes and effectiveness of the school’s SEND provision be assessed and reviewed by the school? How are parents and children involved in this process?

  • Any child receiving additional school support, e.g. through an intervention group, will have targets which are formally recorded on an intervention log. The intervention log also contains plans for the support given and an evaluation of teaching sessions kept by the person running the intervention sessions. Changes to the plans may be made if the approach to the intervention is not supporting the child in meeting the targets set.
  • At the end of the intervention, an assessment is made of how well the child has met his/her targets. This includes a discussion with the children about the next steps in their learning.
  • For children on the SEND register, information about their progress is shared with their parents and next steps discussed.
  • Termly Pupil Progress Meetings, held with all staff involved with your child, are an invaluable way of sharing the successes of any intervention your child may have had and planning next steps and future provision.