We recognise that children who know that their views will be heard and respected will be more secure and effective learners. Where possible, we will encourage your child to think and talk about their own learning and this will be reflected in their ILPs.
Your family worker will be responsible for ensuring that your child’s ILP is carried out with support from the SENCO and nursery team.
The ILP will be reviewed by you, the SENCO and family worker roughly every half term, or termly in the case of a very short half term (less than 6 weeks). They will draw on observations of your child at home, and at nursery to assess whether continuing support is needed, and if so, write a new ILP.
Tier 3, if your child continues to make little or no progress, it may be necessary to seek specialist advice. This may also include regular long term support from a specialist professional from outside of the school. This is so that we are able to plan for the best possible learning outcomes for your child. This may include educational psychology, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, sensory advisory teachers and the child development service. This would be agreed between you and the SENCO – the SENCO would make the necessary referrals.
The SENCO will be responsible for ensuring that any support strategies or recommendations are reflected in your child’s ILP and incorporated into their provision at nursery.