Protocol for the detection of talented students
If a teacher, coach, tutor, or parent realize that the student might be talented in some area of activity, then:
1. The notifier informs the class teacher about this.
2. The class teacher contacts the school's SEN coordinator.
3. The SEN coordinator takes the parent's written consent to the assessment of the child within two weeks (a free-form statement to the school management).
4. The SEN coordinator organizes the completion of the questionnaire for the subject teacher, for the parent and for the pupil.
5. The completed questionnaires analysis and feedback is conducted by the Student Assistance Roundtable. The feedback from the teacher, parents and child is taken into account when preparing the action plan.
6. Based on the decision, the SEN coordinator prepares the individual curriculum for the student or directs the pupil to a suitable interest group or finds other outputs.
7. The individual curriculum is approved by the principal of the school.
8. The SEN coordinator informs all parties, including the subject teacher, of the decision.
9. Every six months, the SEN coordinator reviews the individual curriculum with the pupil and