The Individual Child
Planning and Reviewing
Pupils identified as having SEND will initially be categorised at SEN Support level and a system of profiling and tracking will be set up for them by the SENDCo. If, at a later date, a pupil’s needs are deemed to require statutory assessment over and above the assessments made by the SENDCo, a referral can be made to the Local Authority. If the Local Authority decides that the pupil’s needs require statutory assessment, it will carry this out and record its results in a document called an Education Health and Care Plan. Where applicable, professionals from health and social care will be consulted. The child will then be placed on the school’s SEND register at EHCP level. There will be continued planning and reviewing for all pupils on the SEND register, however the reviews for EHCP pupils will follow a statutory format and include a written report that is sent to the Local Authority. Planning and reviewing involves capturing the individual needs of each pupil on the SEND register on a One Page Profile and tracking progress on at least a half termly basis. This process forms the second part of the ASSESS PLAN DO REVIEW process.