Can I ask how people monitor and track their SEN provision? We are currently using IEP's with an added sheet showing the provision each child receives to help them try and meet their targets. I am the SENCO (new to the role last sept) and I feel that our IEP's are a waste of everyone's time. They are written three times a year but when I have spoken to staff they don't take them out of their SEN folders in between reviews, so they are of no practical use and the children are quite unaware of them! We use an IEP writer which has really rubbish targets that aren't that specific enough. On top of these targets the children also have two Literacy targets in their books and Maths targets. Some of our children that are on the SEN register are having up to 8 targets, more than G & T children. I would be interested to know how other schools monitor and track their interventions and provisions. I have been thinking about target books, where all of the children have any targets for any subject in, so at least they are kept in one place and the children can see progression of the layered targets. Also, if I try to change things I am usually met with quite strong opposition from the SMT. Any other ideas would be gratefully received.