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    Last year we had to obtain a DBS check for our 16yr old Daughter. Ofsted sent out the letters, we got the ball rolling all done etc!

    This time around our Son has just turned 16yr's on the 19th March. No letters have turned up from the big O. But im wondering do we just go straight through Ofsted's DBS application and use OFSTEDA as he will be associated as living in the premises where minding takes place. He wont be working with us etc.

    We have all of his ID ready, just need it verified etc.

    Thanks guys

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    I didn't get my letter regarding my Daugther until a few days after her birth day in July. Probably be with you next week, allowing for Easter posting etc.

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    I should be with you in the next couple of days, if not do phone them.

 

 

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