At Bedlinog Community Primary School we ensure that the needs of all children are met through high quality teaching and learning experiences. Our Universal Provision includes:
As part of our effective monitoring and tracking of children’s progress we recognise that for some children a targeted intervention within school is needed to help close possible gaps in learning. Our Targeted Provision includes:
During their time spent at Bedlinog Community Primary School, most children make the expected progress in learning from their own starting points. If a child is identified as not making the expected progress we will follow our process of investigating and identifying whether a child has an additional learning need. This is done collaboratively with school, home and any outside agencies that may be involved such as the Educational Psychology Service. We will gather information through discussion, questionnaires, assessment tools, observations and monitoring of progress over time.
A child not moving forward in their learning is characterised by progress which:
Identification of Additional Learning Needs (ALN)
When pupils do not make the expected progress with Universal/Targeted Provision in place and following thorough investigation and evidence gathering, a child may be identified as having ALN. Within our school we have established a handy flowchart which is used in conjunction with other evidence bases, to decide on whether a child meets criteria for an IDP (ALN) or not. Please find the flowchart below.