A Meeting for You!
We want to help you to do your best at school.
It is really important that things are right for you at school. We need to know what is good about your education and what could be improved upon. It is important that you are happy at school or college so that you can do your very best.
Key adults who need to help you with your education, meet to discuss this in a 'PEP Meeting' at least twice a year. Your views will be very important in these meetings.
What is a PEP Meeting?
PEP stands for Personal Education Plan. The PEP Meeting is held in school and a PEP document is written for you which includes information about your progress in school and your targets. The PEP is part of your care plan and is part of your review. You will have a Designated Teacher in school who knows about your PEP.
Your PEP is drawn up on entry to school or when you come into care and acts a guide about your progress in education throughout your time at school and college. The PEP will include targets and it has a section which you will be asked to complete.
To see what a PEP document looks like, click on the link below.
- PEP Template - Reception (Document, 130 Kb)
We use this template for Reception children.
- PEP Template - Primary (Document, 128 Kb)
We use this template for children in Years 1 to 6.
- PEP Template - Secondary (Document, 127 Kb)
We use this template for young people in Years 7 to 11.
- PEP Template - Post 16 (Document, 120 Kb)
We use this template for young people in Years 12 to 14.
- PEP Template - SEN (Document, 125 Kb)
If you have an SEN Statement or EHCP we use this PEP document instead of one of the other templates, regardless of which Year Group you are in.
Your Views in Your PEP Meeting
Your views are needed for your PEP and you have the right to attend this meeting if you want to. In fact, you are the most important person in this meeting because it's your voice that needs to drive things forward.