Individual Education plans and Individual Behaviour Plans
At Waynflete Infants’ School we have created an Individual Education/Behaviour Plan process that holds the child’s views at its core.
IEPs and IBPs are created and monitored with the child. Children are asked about the ways they learn best and what they enjoy and are asked about the things they feel they find 'tricky' at school and at home. All these aspects are taken into account when creating targets. Children are also supported to monitor their own progress in relation to their targets and are encouraged to reward themselves with a sticker on the corresponding area on their plan. This encourages self-assessment, which is known to develop self-esteem and motivation to achieve. Children are also involved in the review process. They write an invitation to their parents/carers and are present at the meeting to show their work. (For more information please click the link below)
At the end of every half term, children who are receiving intervention are asked for their feedback. Children are asked about how they think they have improved and what, if any, changes they would like to make to the intervention. All children's ideas are listen to and are taken into account in the planning of individual children's next stages of support and other future interventions.
The individual child
At Waynflete Infants' School we see every child as an individual. We plan activities and support arrangements with each individual in mind. We use the interests of children to develop their participation in activities and as rewards to develop their motivation to achieve. We understand that all children do not fit in the same box and that some children may need different approaches in order to access school life.
At Waynflete Infants' School we ensure that all children's views are listened to and are valued. Please read our British Values Policy for more information