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Urgent- Ofsted coming(I'm a childminder) should I have made a transition doc for my rec kids new y1 teacher in Sep?

(5 Posts)
MilaMae Tue 23-Jun-09 11:09:11

They will continue to be with me but in my view have completed EYFS.

TIA

hana Tue 23-Jun-09 11:16:51

isn't that the reception teacher's job?

Have always used childminders and never rec'd one of these.

MilaMae Tue 23-Jun-09 11:30:40

That's what I think I'm presuming I just produce said doc when the children actually leave me.

HSMM Tue 23-Jun-09 12:24:45

I do a summative assessment (report) on each child 3 times a year and when they change to a new setting/teacher/whatever, then I 'share' a copy (with parental permission).

If you will still be providing ANY care for children, no matter how many hours a week, then you have to continue to deliver EYFS when they go into reception- and do the obs and assessments on them - until 31st August after their 5th birthday. You must have this information available and show how you will 'share' it with the school. Not having this for a reception child cost me in my inspection earlier this year - even though I had been told I didn't need it.

I appealed and the appeal was thrown out because I didn't 'understand' that I needed to follow EYFS for a 'rising-5' child [that's apparently what they now call a child in reception class hmm]- and they wouldn't comment on the fact that I'd taken advice and was told I didn't 'need' the obs/assessment file.

Good luck with your inspection.

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