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Consult withother staff to see if they have identified the same issues
Differentiate in classroom
If satisfactory progress is made then continue to monitor
No satisfactory progress made
Inform parents of concerns and intervention strategies
Special Education Teacher
Satisfactory progress made
Yes, Remove from plan
No, SEN Support
Urgent, long term or complex needs identified that need more than standardized provision
Thoughts from Peers'