It is really important that we all work together in partnership to make sure we get the best outcomes for your child. To do this it requires trust, commitment and respect, with particular importance on building positive relationships between everyone involved with your child.

It is essential that all partners involved play a role in developing a positive and constructive rapport not just with the schools but with the Local Authority and outside agencies as well as with parents.

The continuous cycle of this process has four very important stages in meeting children’s additional learning needs. These stages include:

  • Identification and assessment of your child’s needs
  • Planning suitable provision
  • Implementing agreed actions with clear intended outcomes
  • Reviewing the provision to ensure it is meeting your child’s needs

 

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