Presentation on theme: "The East Riding SEN Monitoring and Evaluation Process School Improvement Service Inclusion Team Primary & Secondary."— Presentation transcript:
The East Riding SEN Monitoring and Evaluation Process School Improvement Service Inclusion Team Primary & Secondary
Objectives To familiarise schools with the LA SEN monitoring and evaluation process To familiarise schools with the SEN/AEN online resource pack
School completes annual audit Monitored by the LA every two years Half day monitoring visits - schools will be notified by letter 8 weeks in advance Outcomes will be shared with relevant people The East Riding SEN Monitoring and Evaluation Process
Preparing for LA SEN Monitoring Audit and action plan completed and sent to designated LA officer two weeks in advance of visit Additional evidence required two weeks in advance of the visit: Breakdown of SEN spending Trends in SEN needs over last three years Provision for SEN and funding for SEN interventions School evaluation of impact of SEN provision Data identifying pupil progress for each CoP category (A, P, S) over previous 12 months
A Summary of Funding Designated to Support SEN Pupils in School Statements Statement formula Funding for Children with Special Educational Needs without statements SEN Support Service block 5% of the Staffing and Supplies and Services AWPU up to Y11 Personalised learning component
A Breakdown of SEN Spending SENCo costs Additional adult hours – specific to SEN Resources CPD Other
Trends in SEN needs over last three years How are numbers changing for CoP stages and PLASC categories?
Provision for SEN and funding for SEN interventions Costed provision map to identify interventions for: CoP groups PLASC categories
School evaluation of impact of SEN provision To what extent has each intervention improved pupil outcomes?
Data identifying pupil progress for each CoP category (A, P, S) over previous 12 months Evidence of school tracking of these groups. FFT SIMS RAISEonline
Who will be involved in the SEN monitoring and review process? Head Teacher SENCo SEN governor School finance officer Assessment coordinator
SEN/AEN online resource pack This tool can assist schools to: Report on the use of resources to the local authority Complete the SEF required by Ofsted
1A. INCOME What financial resources are deployed in the school? 2A. SPEND What financial resources are deployed by the school on SEN/AEN? 3A. VARIANCE What is the difference between income and spend? 1B. NEEDS How does the school identify and assess those with SEN/AEN? 2B. PROVISION How are the resources used by the school? 3B. OUTCOMES What difference does the deployment of resources make to pupil progress? ACTIONPLANACTIONPLAN The Audit
Action Planning The online audit will identify the broad areas that need to be addressed. This audit will provide the initial framework to create an SEN Action Plan relevant to your school.
SEN Monitoring Visit Discussion with member of SLT and SENCO: Spend Provision Outcomes Action planning Income
What happens next? The LA officer uses evidence provided by the school to generate an RVA RVA circulated to Headteacher, Inclusion Strategy Manager, Area Relationship Manager and School Improvement Partner School action plan will inform: Next LA SEN monitoring and evaluation visit SEF/school development plan CPD needs