2b How are decisions made about the type and amount of provision a young person will need?

2b. How are decisions made about the type and amount of provision a young person will need?

  • From talking to parents and the student to understand and establish what they see as the priority;
  • Decisions are based on quality evidence the school has collected: both data evidence and that from talking to everyone involved in teaching a student;
  • Decisions will also be based on the advice from any other professionals who have been working with or assessing a student;
  • The amount of provision is decided in line with the needs of the student;
  • For example this could be a short term programme of work such as a half term of input on a specific area of need or longer term in class support;
  • Effectiveness of  intervention will be monitored and reviewed to assertain progress;
  • Review points will be termly. They will be overseen and directed by the named person from question 2a.