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Effective SEN intervention

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Miles Ridley
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City of London Academy

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  • This is mainly for sencos but will be of interest to all teachers, particularly English and Maths, but all as “teachers of children with sen”.
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    • 1. Effective SEN intervention. or how to get through the day….. The City of London Academy
    • 2. Early intervention Literacy.
      • 20% UK pupils identified with SEN
      • Corresponding move away from special schools to mainstream.
      • Education system increasingly struggles to cope.
      • SEN provision “not fit for purpose”
      • (Commons Select Committee 2006)
    • 3. An SEN intervention model Key Objectives
      • An early intervention intensive literacy & numeracy programmes
      • A clear and progressive LSA support programme.
      • An SEN faculty planning tool.
    • 4. CoLA model
      • Provide a model of SEN base literacy and numeracy lessons from Yr 7 – 9.
      • Replace IEPs with working records of intervention and pupil progress.
      • Provide a clear and progressive programme for LSAs’.
      • Offer a model of Provision Mapping.
    • 5. IEPs
    • 6. Literacy Programme
      • Identify in Year 7 (or earlier!)
      • NfER Group Reading Online assessment
      • Same day analysis
      • Set into 4 ability groupings
      • Daily 1 hour group
    • 7. Literacy Programme
      • Ruth Miskin’s
      • ReadWrite Inc.
      • synthetic phonics
      • Dedicated/trained dyslexia
      • teacher + 1 experienced LSA
    • 8. Literacy Programme
      • Additional 1:1 LSA support using Intervention Booklet resources
      • Regular assessment (in line with school 5 assessment times)
      • Expectation of reduction of programme as year progresses for some pupils
      • Regular link with home.
    • 9. Intervention Booklets;
      • time limited
      • clear link to assessment starting point
      • progressive
      • linked to P Scales/NC levels (English and Maths)
      • linked to resources
      • ideal for tracking the effectiveness of SEN intervention
      • a clear and progressive route for LSAs, almost a SoW, without the need of constant input from SENCo or SEN teachers
      • a working record of support
    • 10. Progress? Evidence!
    • 11. Literacy Programme progress
      • Yr 7 cohort 2006
      • 57 pupils (32% of cohort) scored below 85 ss (11 at or below 70 and 20 between 71-80)
      • 26 remained within Yr 7 Literacy programme for all three terms
      • 16 of these improved their Reading age by at least 16 month and 5 by 24 months (ie twice the time on the programme)
      • 13 pupils had low reading and spelling skills and were recommended for continued support in the Yr 8 programme
      • 44 of original 57 (77% of grp) improved and left programme before or in June
    • 12. Progress into Yr 8 Literacy Programme
      • Original 57 pupils in Yr7 RML programme reduced to 13 in Yr 8 for Autumn term 2007
      • 6 Tutor based Groups withdrawn from MFL – 5 Literacy lessons over fortnight.
      • 3 subsequently returned to MFL due to French spoken within family – alternative provision arranged with LSA support
    • 13.  
    • 14. Numeracy Programme
      • SEN runs Catch Up programme for Year 8 and 9 pupils performing below NC 3A.
      • SoW based upon Level Up Maths (Heinemann).
      • SEN Teacher led; with support and some teaching from experienced LSAs.
      • Maths Faculty initial assessment.
      • Regular assessments in SEN
      • Expectation of progress to 3C and return to mainstream lessons.
    • 15. Numeracy Programme progress
      • 2007/08
      • 19 Yr 8 pupils below NC level 3C
      • 5 achieved NC 3A within Autumn term and returned to mainstream.
      • (6 Yr 9 below NC level 3A Catch up SATs booster maths lessons from LSA)
      • 2008/09
      • 17 Yr 8 pupils below NC 3A
      • By ½ term70% improved 1 sublevel, 40% by at least 3 sublevels and 6 achieve 3A
      • 21 Yr 9 began SEN Maths in Sept 2008 – assessed as below 3A due to higher order maths skills required.
      • 6 improved by at least 2 sub levels by Nov, 2 of whom achieved 3A and returned to mainstream
    • 16. Provision Mapping
      • link intervention with attainment tracking
      • fulfil budgeting analyses ie value for money
    • 17.  

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