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    Hi, I am newly registered an having a FECCERS visit on 20th, can anyone give me any pointers on what to expect.
    Many thanks.

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    Try google there are quite a few websites with hints and tips.

    I personally don't think fccers is appropriate for childminders - it's more relevant to bigger settings - but I'd be interested in your feedback

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    Have they given you the book to look through first? I to think it's not very well geared to childminders it's a while since I've had one, I remember the lady counting all my bricks and sorting all my books into piles not much else. She asked about things like do you have a private desk and a separate room to take parents into to talk? Sorry to much help am I?

 

 

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