We use RAPID Reader, Phonics and Maths to assess pupils half termly in Maths, Reading and English.

All pupils are screened using the McSherry Reintegration Scales on entry to set targets and monitor progress in behaviour and skills for learning. We also profile behaviour using SNAP-B. 

We have a range of tools available to do further assessment if needed such as SDQ, Boxall, Lucid RAPID and SNAP-SpLD. Our rationale is to use appropriate assessment to uncover and understand the needs that our pupils have which are often presenting as challenging behaviour. . 

Little Bridge Assessment Continuum - 2020-21

All Pupils

Broad SEND Needs

What are we assessing?

Assessment for Teachers

Assessment for SENDCO

Specialist Assessments

On entry for all pupils:

 

  • McSherry Readiness for Reintegration Scale
  • PIVATS Profiling
  • SNAP-B Behaviour Profiling
  • Behaviour observations (ABCC)

 

On exit for all pupils:

 

  • McSherry Readiness for Reintegration Scale
  • PIVATS Summative assessment
  • Reading Eggs/Eggspress summative report
  • Mathseed summative report

 

Cognition and Learning

Memory

Processing

Phonics

PIVATS Baseline and formative assessments:

Writing

Reading

Number

Shape Space and Measure

Using and Applying

Speaking

Listening

Reading Eggs baseline and formative assessments

Mathseed baseline and formative assessment

LUCID RAPID

Salford Sentence Test

SNAP SpLD

 

WRAML, TOMAL, YARC, WIAT, WISC-V

Educational Psychologist

Physical and Sensory

Sensory needs

Physical needs VI, HI

Sensory checklist – classroom

Sensory checklist

Gross motor skills checklist

Fine motor skills checklist

Occupational Therapy Team

Disability Team

School Health

Autism Outreach Team

Communication and Interaction

Receptive language

Expressive language

Pragmatics

SCLN Checklists

BPVS

Pragmatics Checklist

 

Speech and Language Tem

Social, Emotional and Mental Health

Social skills

Mental health

Leuven Scale

Happiness Scale

SEAL statements

Blob Tree

 

Boxall Profile

SDQ

CAMHS

 

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