Individual Plans

I.E.P

The Individual Education Plan (I.E.P) is a plan which identifies priority learning needs for individual students. It outlines the student's learning goals for a specific period of time.  

The plan also describes the teaching strategies, resources and specialist support required to enable the student to meet those goals.  

This plan is developed in a transdisciplinary meeting between parents/caregivers, the child's teacher, the child (if they wish to attend) and specialists as appropriate. The aim is to identify current strengths, to set short and long term goals together for the child, and record their learning progress.  

The I.E.P is reviewed 6 monthly or earlier if appropriate. Parents/caregivers  receive a copy of the I.E.P

I.T.P.s

The Individual transition Plan (I.T.P) is a plan which identifies priority learning needs for individual students aged 16 years and over. It outlines the student's learning goals related to preparing the student for leaving school.  

The plan also describes the teaching strategies, resources and specialist support required to enable the student to meet those goals.  

This plan is developed in a transdisciplinary meeting between parents/caregivers, the child's teacher, the child (if they wish to attend) and specialists as appropriate. In the student's final year at school a transition co-ordinator joins the team to facilite entry into post-school placements / activities.

The aim is to identify current strengths, to set short and long term goals together for the child, and record their learning progress.  

The I.T.P is reviewed 6 monthly or earlier if appropriate. Parents/caregivers  receive a copy of the I.T.P