Class teachers regularly assess the children in their class ensuring that they are making expected progress. If children are not then they will discuss the child with the SENCO or senior leadership. A child might then access an intervention or after discussion with parents be identified as having SEN. All SEN support receive at least 1 hour of support a week, to work on their SEN Support Plan targets. This work is done through one-to-one work as well as small group work, depending on each child’s needs. This time is regularly assessed and monitored by the class teacher. If the child is seen to need more support then the class teacher will discuss this with the SENCO and more support may be put into place. It might be decided that the school needs outside support for the child. After advice is received then the child may be given more support to work on specific targets. Children with an Education, Health and Care plan will need support to achieve their targets – the amount of time for these will be discussed when the plan is issued by the Local Authority.