SIMS Individual Education Plan (IEP) Writer provides learning support solutions which are tailored to the individual needs of every pupil.
Intuitive and easy to use, SIMS IEP Writer helps you to create effective plans, including realistic learning targets that challenge gifted pupils and encourage those with different abilities to achieve more.
Why choose SIMS IEP Writer?
Engage parents and encourage pupils' learning
Provide parents and pupils with a comprehensive record of how each pupil is progressing in every lesson. Display learning targets simply, helping pupils track their own progress and achievement.
Provide tailored learning support
Create and update individual education plans (IEP) for every child in your school by adding notes or re-using existing pupil data in SIMS.
Continually raise individual pupil achievement
Help teachers build on their teaching strategies so they can challenge gifted pupils and encourage the less able more effectively. Get automatic suggestions for the most appropriate goals for pupils.
[bubble background="#FFF" color="#666" border="3px solid #ccc" author="-Rosie Simmonds, Headteacher, Leverington Academy"]"IEP Writer is greatly valued here as a tool for providing targets to children with special educational needs, The software is easy to use and saves time” [/bubble]
Advice on pupil targets
Access a bank of over 3,000 learning targets and get automatic suggestions for the most appropriate goals, based on a pupil's past performance.
IEPs shared easily
Enable IEPs to be shared easily so that all of a child’s teachers can contribute notes and include learning targets to raise attainment in every subject.
Detailed pupil records
Have a comprehensive record of how each pupil is progressing in every lesson, which can be shared easily with parents.
Attach additional documents
Attach letters to and from parents or notes from specialist learning support staff to provide a full picture of a child’s circumstances.
Ability to customise subjects to fit with your school or academy’s curriculum.
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