What is an ILP? What do I need to do with it?
ILP stands for Individual Learning Plan. These may also be known as IEPs or ISPs dependent on the school. They are written termly by the class teacher with the child to set small, achievable and time-limited targets to help your child progress. These are reviewed termly and each target is scored accordingly:
0 - no progress made - please read the reasons this has happened.
1 - some progress made - it may be your child needs a bit more time or the target needs to be adapted because it was a bit too hard for them.
2 - target achieved. This will mean your child either needs a new target to move them on, or this section of the ILP will cease. When all sections cease, the child is removed from the SEN register after a discussion between the SENCO, teacher and parent.