All pupils admitted to High Point have an Education, Health and Care Plan naming High Point as a suitable placement, or are admitted provisionally for assessment as part of this process.
We seek to meet the special educational needs of every pupil as fully as possible, through the provision of a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum (including the National Curriculum). Each pupil has an Individual Education Plan which is reviewed on a termly basis and communicated to parents.
Because the special educational needs of a child may change, their Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) may become inaccurate and need amending. For this reason, the needs of our pupils are reviewed once every year.
All parents and carers are required to attend the Review Meeting which is set up to discuss their child’s placement and progress. Individual Education Plans and amendments to the Education, Health and Care Plan are also agreed at this meeting for consideration by the Local Authority. Information is then confirmed and communicated both to parents and the school by the Local Authority.
All parents and carers receive a detailed report at the end of the year in addition to the information provided by the teacher in attendance at the review meeting.