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    hi, just got my self assessment pack in yesterday and freaking big style!! have been looking at some recent inspection reports online for minders in my area and each of them have in their areas for improvement that they should share their self assessment wtih parents and encourage their contribution. how on earth do i this?? i thought self assesment was all about yourself??? HELP!! xx
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    Hi

    I did the SEF a little while ago and as part of my self assessment I gave each of my families a form in which I asked them what they liked about the setting, how they felt about their child's learning and development, how they felt on the communication between them selves and I and whether they felt informed of what was going on in my setting,their views on how I did their childs learning journey book and I left a place where they could say if there was anything that they would like to see happen in my setting. I hope that this helps a little. SEF forms are daunting but do-able.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlefootprint View Post
    Hi

    I did the SEF a little while ago and as part of my self assessment I gave each of my families a form in which I asked them what they liked about the setting, how they felt about their child's learning and development, how they felt on the communication between them selves and I and whether they felt informed of what was going on in my setting,their views on how I did their childs learning journey book and I left a place where they could say if there was anything that they would like to see happen in my setting. I hope that this helps a little. SEF forms are daunting but do-able.
    ahhh, fantastic, cheers for that!!! i thought they meant actually give parents a print off of the whole SEF or something!!! i was thinking the mums will have a fit having to read through that lol!!!

    i will make up a mini questionnaire now, thanks again!! xx
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    The other thing you could do is to speak to parents about one of the SAF questions!

    Ask them for example what they think about the new menus you have produced or how they rate your arrivals risk assessment and note their comments.

    You could develop this for adding children's comments too.

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    i gave parents this questionnaire which they all filled in, i have sat all afternoon completeing the sef and adding parents comments, oh i hope i have done this right!!!! xx
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    That looks great! It's well laid out and should be easy for parents to complete.

    Can I just remind anyone in England who is panicking... it's for Scotland!

 

 

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