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The Study of SEN students What is the most valuable bit of information a teacher could have about a SEN student in order to meet with the pupil's learning needs? The aim of this assignment is to learn what information is available in colleges about SEN pupils, and the way this information is used to assist teachers to understand SEN pupils' learning needs. I will look at what qualitative data and qualitative data they have on SEN students and try to decide which bit of information is the most useful for fulfilling the statutory learning needs or to provide a statutory inclusive education. (http://www.nc.uk.net/nc_resources/html/inclusion.shtml) To achieve continuity, I'll pick one SEN student and research the information on that one specific pupil. The student selected is from year 9 and with the intention of anonymity, will be called Frank. The information the school has on this specific pupil contains their Key Stage 2 outcomes, their MidYIS scores (explanation to follow), their end of Key Stage 3 targets, their current attainment levels (from instructor evaluation), their own mock Key Stage 3 results, complete school reports, full academic reviews, progress reports, Individual Education Plans (IEP's), and Reading ages and SEN classification. I will critically analyse each piece of information and use this to compose a piece of reflective writing how valuable quantitative and qualitative information is in helping teachers to fulfill the learning needs of the student. Critical Evaluation of the Quantitative Information * KS2 outcomes Frank achieved a level 3 in his Key Stage 2 math Statutory Assessment Test (SAT's), a level two in English plus a level 2 in science. T.. .