PLP_ ISP and CSP Overview by yaofenjin

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									 PLP, ISP and CSP Overview

1.    Personal Learning Plans (PLP), Co-ordinated Support Plan (CSP) and
      Integrated Support Planning (ISP) as defined in Fife Education -
      Standard Circular NSG 1)


2.    The introduction of a Personal Learning Plan (PLP) for each pupil in
      education was a key characteristic of the Integrated Community School
      concept that was first proposed in 1998. The Scottish Government has
      stated that all children should have a PLP by 2007. The PLP is aimed
      at providing an individual learning scheme for pupils that offers them
      education tailored to their individual needs. Under the PLP, teachers
      and pupils routinely record the children’s progress in a document over
      the course of the year. The document is also available for parents to
      review and provide some comment pertaining to their child’s
      educational progress.


3.    CSP, ISP and Transition Plan (this relates to details about whether or
      not the pupil has a Statement of Educational Need, Action Plans and
      Transition Plan)
             Whether or not the pupil has an ISP (If yes then provide details)
             Whether or not the pupil has a CSP (If no indicate whether
              pending, statutory assessment only or previous record
              discontinued)
             For pupils aged 14 and over with a CSP, identify whether or not
              a transition plan has been carried out or pending.
             For each of CSP, ISP and Transition Plan indicate:
                 o Status: e.g. pending
                 o Type: e.g. Transition Plan
                 o Date the issue began
                 o The date the issue ended
                 o Any comments



     Personal Learning Plans (PLP’s)

4.    The Fife Education service currently implements PLP’s within Fife
      schools. The PLP is aimed at providing an individual learning scheme
      for pupils that offers them education tailored to their individual needs.
      Under the PLP teachers and pupils routinely record the children’s
      progress in a document over the course of the year. The document is
      also available for parents to review and provide some comment
      pertaining to their child’s educational progress. Personal Learning
       Plans will be used to record a child’s development and will focus on
       such things as:


              Parent/Carer - Pupil - School partnership
              Core Skills (communication, numeracy, working with others,
               working with ICT etc)
              Tracking 5 to 14 Levels
              Curriculum and Target setting
              Health and Fitness
              Mid and End of Session reviews
              Achievements



Educational Background Record
  5.   Where a pupil needs additional support and requires an additional level
       of planning, beyond the targets that can be set within a PLP, an ISP
       can be introduced. An ISP co-ordinates planning with other agencies
       and across different support provision within education. It may contain
       confidential information that would not be appropriate to the PLP.
  6.   Pupils who need additional support may have personal targets
       embedded in their PLP. Other pupils who require more shared and
       coordinated planning will have an Integrated Support Plan (ISP). The
       Co-ordinated Support Plan (CSP) represents the more formal type of
       individual planning, reserved for the small percentage of pupils who
       require such formality.

								
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