The Class Teacher is responsible for providing a high quality education for all pupils this is called Quality First Teaching. This acknowledges that all children are different and that at times resources and work should be differentiated to ensure that all children are included and can achieve.
If teaching staff are concerned that some children are not making the progress that would be expected or if there appear to be barriers to their learning, the member of staff should bring this to the attention of the SENCO.
Discussion will take place to decide whether the pupils’ difficulties warrant inclusion on the SEN register or if the child will be monitored for a specified time. Relevant teaching staff (usually the child’s class teacher) would then discuss this with parents (usually at parent’s evening or sooner, where deemed necessary.)