Each child's class teacher is the "key worker" for that individual. Intervention work happens under the direction of the class teacher, with support and monitoring from the SENCO and headteacher. The class teacher and SENCO work in partnership to plan the work and agree the expected outcomes for children receiving support.
Where the implementation of the support is carried out by teaching assistants, the success of sessions is shared with the class teacher and next steps are planned. Teaching assistants often work 1:1 and in small groups, both within and outside of the classroom to support children on the SEND register.
The SENCO maintains a register of children with SEND and monitors the delivery of the interventions.
Every staff meeting begins with a discussion concerning vulnerable individuals and this, where appropriate, includes children with SEND.