SEND Report to Governors July 2016

  1. Profile of pupils with SEND

 

Year group EHCP SEN Support
Nursery   5
Reception   18
Yr1   11
Yr2 1 19
Yr3   17
Yr4   16
Yr5 1 16
Yr6   9

 

Total number of pupils on SEN register = 113     Percentage of whole school = 24%

 

  1. Areas of need

 

*Some children will have more than one area of need*

Area of need Communication and Interaction Cognition and Learning Social Emotional Mental Health Sensory or Physical
EYFS 13 5 4 2
KS1 8 17 2 6
KS2 17 30 10 8
Total 38 52 16 16

 

Overall more children in school have difficulties with Cognition and Learning followed by Communication and Language difficulties.

 

  1. Gender of pupils on school’s SEND register

 

  Boys Girls
EYFS 17 6
KS1 21 10
KS2 41 18
Total 79 34

 

Percentage of gender on the SEND register:    Boys = 69.91%           Girls = 30.08%

 

 

 

  1. Ethnicity

 

  White Mixed Asian Black Chinese Other
EYFS 22 1 0 0 0 0
KS1 27 1 0 0 1 2
KS2 53 0 0 2 1 3
Total 102 2 0 2 2 5

 

     

Percentage of ethnicity of SEN pupils:       White British = 90.2%          Black = 1.7%        Chinese = 1.7%          Other = 4.4%

 

  1. Term of Birth

 

Year group Autumn Spring Summer
Nursery 4 0 1
Reception 6 2 10
Yr1 4 4 4
Yr2 4 10 6
Yr3 4 8 5
Yr4 3 3 10
Yr5 8 5 4
Yr 6 2 5 2
Total 35 37 41

 

The majority of children who are on the SEN register were born in the Summer Term

Autumn Term = 30.9%               Spring Term = 32.7%                 Summer Term = 36.2%

 

  1. Other vulnerable groups

 

  EYFS KS1 KS2
SEN Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium 9 9 23
SEN Pupils who are LAC 0 0 0

 

36.2% of SEN pupils are eligible for Pupil Premium

 

  1. Staff skills

 

Summary of SENCo qualifications:

Bachelor of Education Degree with QTS 2:1

National Award in Special Educational Needs Co-ordination

Reading Recovery Qualified

Dyslexia Screening

Makaton

 

Summary of staff CPD for SEND 2015/16

 

Teaching staff Teaching assistants & support staff
Guided Reading

Vocab Training (Speech and Language)

Narrative Training (Speech and Language)

Pupils Provision Maps Training

Epilepsy Training

Precision Teaching

Clicker 6 Training

Diabetes Awareness Training

Safeguarding Training

Fire Safety

Team Teach

PECS

Reading Recovery skills and Guided Reading

ASD Awareness

Epilepsy Training

Precision Training

Clicker 6 Training

Diabetes Awareness Training

Safeguarding Training

Vocab Training (Speech and Language)

Narrative Training (Speech and Language)

Fire Safety

PECS

   
   
Impact on quality teaching and learning

There are a number of pupils with medical needs and the staff training has led to them having improved knowledge on these specific needs how to support appropriately. Teachers and teaching assistants have improved knowledge of the range of special needs and how better to support pupils, eg ASD awareness training has given staff more confidence with how to support children with social communication difficulties. Teachers and TA’s report that Precision Teaching has impacted on pupil’s ability to retain information where overlearning is suited to their learning style. Staff are also more knowledgeable in the use of ICT software to support SEN pupils (Clicker 6).

 

  1. Accessibility

 

Information for Governors Annual Report to Parents Summary of where information may be found
Admission/transition arrangements for pupils with SEND

 

SEND policy
Details of steps taken to prevent pupils with disabilities from being treated less favourably than other pupils

 

Details of facilities provided to assist access to the school by pupils with disabilities

SEND policy

 

 

 

Accessibility plan

 

 

  1. Attendance

 

Whole school attendance = 95.7%

 

Attendance of pupils with SEN = 94.5%

 

  1. Achievement & progress of SEN pupils

 

Week 30 data Key stage 1 2015/16:

 

Reading Below National Standards Working Towards Expected Mastery
Year 1 7 1 3 0
Year 2 SATS 4 8 8 0

 

35.4 % of SEN children are working at Expected Level in Reading

 

Writing Below National Standards Working Towards Expected Mastery
Year 1 7 1 3 0
Year 2 SATS 4 11 5 0

 

25.8% of SEN children are working at Expected level in Writing

 

Maths Below National Standards Working Towards Expected Mastery
Year 1 8 1 2 0
Year 2 SATS 1 9 10 0

 

38.7% of SEN children are working at Expected level in Maths

 

Week 30 data Key stage 2 2015/16:

 

Reading Below National Standards Working Towards Expected Mastery
Year 3 15 1 1 0
Year 4 2 12 2 0
Year 5 6 7 2 2
Year 6 4

 

15.2% of KS2 SEN children are working at Expected Level in Reading

 

Writing Below National Standards Working Towards Expected Mastery
Year 3 13 3 1 0
Year 4 2 11 3 0
Year 5 3 4 4 0
Year 6 2

 

16.9% of KS2 SEN children are working at Expected Level in Writing

 

Maths Below National Standards Working Towards Expected Mastery
Year 3 15 0 2 0
Year 4 1 12 3 0
Year 5 2 11 2 1
Year 6 4

 

18.6% of KS2 SEN children are working at Expected Level in Maths

 

 

** End of year data will be published in September 2016 **