Staff at Templars Primary School carefully monitor the learning and progress of all pupils within their class. If they have any concerns about a specific child they will seek further advice from the SENCO. The class teachers will differentiate tasks and resources appropriately as well as plan small group work to support individuals further. If despite this, a child does not make the expected progress, the SENCO may suggest other programmes or additional support. Class teachers will inform parents via a intervention letter describing additional support their child may receive. If the child is then still not making good progress, concerns will be shared with parents and permission may be sought for external agency involvement to obtain further advice and support. This may result in your child being added to the SEND register and a Passport to Success created. For pupils with more complex additional needs, you may want to book an appointment with the SENCO to discuss advice received from external agencies. The agreed action plan is then reviewed termly and if a request is necessary, may be used as evidence towards applying for Statutory Assessment which may result in your child requiring a EHCP. Pupils with an EHCP plan will have this reviewed annually with the class teacher, SENCO, Parents/Carers and the external agencies available to attend.