IEPs – Individual Education Plans

Schools produce a Personalised Learning Plan or Learning Passport, also known as an Individual Educational Plan (IEP) for children who need support with their learning. It is a learning programme that is tailored to the needs of a specific child in order to address that child’s particular difficulties.

IEPs usually have four key areas or targets that will be addressed over a 6-month period. The targets are SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-based), and they should be small steps that start with targeting gaps in their knowledge and gradually building up their basic skills.

IEPs are be drawn up with personalised literacy, numeracy, communication, social/behavioural or study skills targets to help your child.

When it comes to literacy for primary school children, IEP’s tend to contain phonics, spelling, reading and writing targets that are specific to the individual child. The IEP may list a number of phonic patterns that your child should learn to improve their phonic knowledge or a particular reading skill that needs to be mastered. It may also contain other targets like concentration or visual tracking and so forth.

High Frequency words (sight words) are a common, important IEP target for many children, because they are the most common words in reading and spelling, and it is an important target for children who don’t know these words.

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