This is the SEN Information Report for Corinthian Community Primary School.
Welcome to our SEN information report. All governing bodies of maintained schools and maintained nursery schools and the proprietors of academy schools have a legal duty to publish information on their website about the implementation of the governing body’s or the proprietor’s policy for pupils with SEN. This published information is updated annually.
At Corinthian Community Primary school we value and are committed to working together with all members of our school community. Our School Policy and local offer has been produced with pupils, parents/carers, governors, and members of staff. We would welcome your feedback and future involvement in the review of our offer, so please do contact us. The best people to contact this year are:
Mrs Cahill (SENCO) email: email@example.com
Mrs Dawson (SENCO/Senior Leader )
Mr Crockett (Headteacher)
Mrs Griffiths (SEND Governor)
If you have specific questions about the Liverpool Local Offer please look at
Alternatively, if you think your child may have a Special Educational Need or Disability please speak to their Class Teacher in the first instance.
Identification and assessment of pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
In September 2017, 19.5% of the pupils on roll are on the SEND register. 18% of pupils on roll are supported at the SEN support level and 1.4% have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHC).
Monitoring progress is an integral part of teaching and leadership within Corinthian school. Parents/ carers, pupils and staff are involved in reviewing the impact of interventions for learners with SEND. We follow the ‘assess, plan, do, review’ model and ensure that parents/ carers and children are involved in each step. Before any additional provision is selected to help a child, the SENDCO, Teacher, parent/ carer and learner, agree what they expect to be different following this intervention. A baseline will also be recorded, which can be used to compare the impact of the provision.
Children, Parents/ carers and their teaching support staff will be directly involved in reviewing progress. This review can be built into the intervention itself, or it can be a meeting held at least once a term, where we will discuss progress and next steps. If a learner has an Education Health and Care Plan (EHC plan), the same termly review conversations take place, but the EHC plan will also be reviewed annually.
The SENCO collates the impact data of interventions, to ensure that we are only using interventions that work.
Progress data of all learners is collated by the whole school and monitored by Teachers, Senior Leaders and Governors. Our school and local data is also monitored by the Local Authority and Ofsted.