Key Stage 1 Personal Education Plan Form

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PERSONAL EDUCATION PLAN – Key Stage 1
Surname:
First Name:
School Year:
DoB:
Date of PEP:
School:
Date started this school:
People Involved in this Education Plan
Person / Role
Name & Relevant Details / Agency
Telephone Number
Present
Child / Young person
Parent
Carer *
Social Worker *
Designated Teacher CiC *
Key Adult in school
IRO (Independent Reviewing Officer)
Key Responsibilities
Who will receive and respond to
communications from school?
Who attended last parents’
evening?
Who should be contacted about
attendance, behaviour & learning?
Who will attend next parents’
evening?
Have Emergency contact details
been updated with school?
Does the student read aloud
daily at home?
Y/N
Date:
Who listens to reading?
Photographs – Please tick to give consent for photographs / video to be taken and used in:
Class / school
displays
School
website
School
prospectus
External media:
newspaper / TV
No photos to be taken /
displayed
Factors affecting educational progress:
Attendance:
%
Date from:
Fixed Term Exclusions in academic year:
Permanent Exclusion – Date:
Date to:
Number of FTEx days this year:
Receiving 25h education weekly? (Y/N)
Summary of overall situation:
Care status:
Statutory Care Review date:
Include relevant key
points from Care
Plan that impact on
education, e.g.
 stability
 planned changes
 long term plan
 health
 RSE access
(sex education)
 engagement in
education
 culture / religion
 personal & social
development
 extra-curricular
activities
 transport
 transition or exit
plans
 any current issues.
Next PEP Review date:
(First PEP after a significant change is held within 14 days, then subsequently each term, or sooner if required)
Please complete the PEP at the meeting between Social Worker, Designated Teacher & Carer ( *all required)
KS1 PEP – updated Sept 2015
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Key Stage 1 (aged 5 - 7 yrs, Years 1 - 2)
Academic Progress
Reading
National average for end of Key Stage 1 is Level 2, APS of 15.
It is expected that children will progress by two NC levels of attainment in each Key Stage, 4 APS per year.
Writing
Maths
Date
SEN status
None
Previous Levels of Attainment
Current Levels of Attainment
Graduated SEN
Approach
EHC plan / Statement
Units:
Review date
Primary support need:
Target Levels of Attainment
Predicted end of Key Stage 1 Results
Has a Risk Assessment been
completed?
(Y/N)
Is there an identified risk?
Predicted end of Key Stage 2 Results
Comments on learning and progress:
Previous PEP targets achieved:
(Refer to previous PEP for targets and attainment.)
What emotional support, SEAL, Behaviours for Learning, resilience or social skills
development is being accessed in school?
Pupil Premium Plus for CiC:
Impact of previous interventions on attainment and progress,
and how this is being measured:
How is this being monitored? By whom?
Please identify planned interventions, funded by Pupil Premium Plus Grant for CiC:
Any actions required?
(see Sutton Trust EEF Toolkit for advice on effective provision)
One to one tuition
Small group tuition
Behaviour interventions
Social and emotional learning
Outdoor adventure learning
Mentoring
Peer tutoring / Peer mentoring
Oral language interventions
Phonics
Learning styles
Extended school time /
Homework support
Meta-cognition and
self-regulation
Teaching assistant
KS1 PEP – updated Sept 2015
Other – please specify:
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Short-term targets (SMART – Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound) – review each term
Specific Objectives
Actions Required
(with expected outcomes)
including use of Pupil Premium Plus
Person
Responsible
Review
Date
How will impact of PPP be
measured?
Curriculum


Personal / Social / Emotional / Behavioural
Out of School Hours / extra-curricular (PEA)
Long term targets, plans and aspirations:
Any additional actions required:
PEP completed by:
If attending alternative provision, what is the exit plan?
Person:
‘My PEP’ / Student’s
views attached?
Comment:
Role / job title:
Please keep original PEP in school and send copies to Children’s Social Work Admin and CiCESS before the Care Review date – the PEP is part of the Care Plan.
The Head of CiCESS, the Virtual School for Children in Care in Cornwall, is Tim Osborne: [email protected]
KS1 PEP – updated Sept 2015
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