How will I know how well my child is doing?

SEN Offer

How will I know how well my child is doing

Every child has a Learning Journey which  documents their learning, progress and reflections through out the year.  Parents will be invited into class during the autumn term to share and talk to their child about their learning skills and achievements.   Following this, there will be parent consultations for parents to speak to the class teacher  and discuss how their child has settled in. There will also be further opportunities for family learning sessions in spring and summer terms and a parent consultaion in spring term.  Over a year, a child's learning journey builds  to be a comprehensive journal of progress, targets, next steps, achievemnts and reflections which forms the end of year report.

We believe that your child’s education should be a partnership between parents and teachers, therefore we aim to keep communication channels open and communicate regularly, especially if your child has complex needs.

Your child may have an IEP/IBP in place to and therefore the targets set are SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time scaled) targets with the expectation that the child will achieve the target by the time it is reviewed.  If your child has complex SEND, they will likely have an EHC (Education Health Care) plan which means that a formal Annual Review will take place to discuss your child’s progress and a report will be written. 

We also offer an open door policy, where you are welcome any time to make an appointment to meet with either the class teacher or SENCO and discuss how your child is getting on.

Copdock Primary School

School Hill, Copdock

Ipswich, Suffolk

IP8 3HY

Tel: 01473 730337

admin@copdock.suffolk.sch.uk

Bentley CEVC Primary School

Church Road

Ipswich, Suffolk

IP9 2BT

Tel: 01473 310253

admin@bentley.suffolk.sch.uk

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Our Christian Ethos

Bentley is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School and has close links with the local church of St Mary's. As a church school we seek to encourage the spiritual, social, moral and cultural development of the school family by embedding Christian values into the ethos of every day school life.