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Plan/do

Detailed assessment will provide the necessary information to plan a support package which may consist of further adjustments in the classroom to improve access to the curriculum and/or specific intervention to improve speech and language skills that need addressed.

An intervention needs to be planned and documented in an Individual Support Plan (or equivalent) in order for all adults to be informed of the support that needs to be in place to support the child/young persons learning needs. 

When planning any support, the emotional well-being and confidence of the child or young person should be prioritised, with all adults having a clear understanding of the child or young person’s individual needs.

1. Curriculum Access

Further adjustments may be needed for individual children in order to increase their ability to access the curriculum within the classroom. These following suggestions have been divided into the curriculum content, curriculum delivery and classroom resources.

Curriculum Content:

  • The curriculum needs to be individually differentiated in some areas to meet needs

  • Teaching plans will include how child/young person’s needs are being addressed and how progress will be monitored. 

  • Children/young people may need individual learning outcomes in some areas.

  • Teachers need to ensure there is adequate intellectual challenge and stimulation in all lessons (this is particularly relevant for children/young people with higher cognitive skills and lower literacy skills).

Curriculum Delivery:

  • The following adaptations to teaching may be needed:

    • Pre-tutoring of useful vocabulary and key concepts.

    • Regular reinforcement of instructions.

    • Personalised feedback given on learning – both teacher led or peer-led.

    • Flexibility within the timetable to allow for interventions to be implemented

    • Assisted technology.

    • Other strategies and teaching methods could be used within the classroom, such as Co-operative Learning (see below).

Classroom resources:

  • A range of more specific classroom resources are available in all lessons depending on the learning intentions of the lesson and could include:

    Where teaching assistants are used to complement the teacher's planning and delivery, the teacher remains accountable for the child/young person’s learning at all times.

    • Resources to assist with accessing the content of the lesson such as Reading pens or a reader.

    • Resources to assist with recording work such as a scribe, IT, dictaphone, talking tins.

Staff Knowledge and Understanding:

  • Inconsistent performance is understood by staff to indicate that skills have not been mastered and more skill practice is needed in order to improve the accuracy and/or fluency of the skill.

  • Teachers are regularly involved with intervention planning with the SENCo and time is put aside for this.

  • Teachers are offered relevant training sessions to increase skills and knowledge to support interventions.

2. Specific Intervention

Records should be kept of all interventions that have been delivered and the impact they had on the child/young person’s progress and be available to be reviewed at regular intervals. The evidence of impact and the level of the child/young person's engagement with tasks needs to be accurately recorded over time to inform decisions about whether chosen interventions promote and maintain effective curriculum access.

 

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