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6. How can I let Waynflete Infants’ School know I am concerned about my child’s progress?

Progress concerns

If you have concerns about your child’s progress you should speak to your child’s class teacher initially. We hold many opportunities for parents to do this throughout the year. We hold two Pupil Progress meetings where parents and teachers get together to discuss how their child is progressing. We also open our doors for parents to look at their child's work once a month. If these times are not suitable, we hold an open door policy, so please do not hesitate to talk to your class teacher and book in a time when you can sit down together and discuss your concerns. 

 

If you still have concerns please call the school and make an appointment to speak to the Special Needs Co-ordinatior, Mrs Sara. Mrs Sara works in the office Thursdays and Fridays and would be more than happy to discuss any concerns you may have. 

 

Behaviour concerns

If you have concerns about your child’s behaviour at home you should speak to your child’s class teacher initially. We hold many opportunities for parents to do this throughout the year. We hold two Pupil Progress meetings where parents and teachers get together to discuss how their child is progressing. If you would like to speak to your child’s class teacher straightaway, please do not hesitate to book in a time to meet with your child’s class teacher so you can sit down together and discuss your concerns. 

 

We are fully aware that some children do not behave in the same ways at school as they do at home and his can result in parental concerns differing from observations of the child at school. If this is the case then please be assured that we value all parental concerns and will aim to support you as best we can. Our SENCo is more than happy to offer you some advice and point you in the direction of some agencies that will be able to support you ie. Community Nursery Nurse, GP and an Early Help Assessment.

 

If it is advised that referrals to outside agencies are the best arrangement, then we ask parents to complete these referrals. Due to the fact that the most accurate observation and details of the child’s needs are home based, we as a school would not have the breath of information needed to create a successful referral. Our SENCo is again more than happy to aid parents through the referral process. Please do not hesitate to contact her for support.

 

 

If you still feel that your concerns have not been addressed, please contact the Head Teacher Mrs Lagdon. 

 

If you feel your concerns are not being managed appropriately you can speak to the school SEND Governor, Mrs Alison Ranson.

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