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8. How will Waynflete Infants’ School let me know if they have concerns about my child’s progress?

We believe that children learn best when parents/carers and school work in close partnership and we strive to keep parents informed every step of the way. 

 

Pupil Progress Meetings 

Twice a year parents will be invited into school to discuss their child's progress with their class teacher. At this point you could be told that your child is working behind expectations. Your child's class teacher will discuss with you the differentiation they are providing in the classroom and any additional support that your child is receiving. Such support could be small group adult support in the classroom and/or small group interventions. Class Teachers will recommend activities for you to do at home to support your child. 

 

Intervention Letters  

If you child is receiving any interventions (small group support outside the classroom) then parents will be sent a note in their child's book-bag informing them of this decision. If you have any questions or queries about the extra support your child is receiving please do not hesitate to talk to your child's class teacher. 

 

Meetings with class teacher and/ or SENCo

If staff have real concerns about your child's progress or development you will be invited to come into school and meet with your child's class teacher. Your child's class teacher may ask the SENCo, Miss Talbot, to attend the meeting for further advice. 

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