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    When I buy new resources which section do you add this to in your SEF? Do you add every time you but more stuff or just stuff that is significant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah707 View Post
    Have you seen my SEF guide? It answers your question Guidance for the new SEF 2015
    thanks sarah which section specifically do you add it to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumofone View Post
    thanks sarah which section specifically do you add it to?
    I would say it depends on what the resources link to. They might link to safeguarding, promoting independence, promoting a healthy lifestyle or learning and dev in a specific area. Sorry, can't remember any of the headings off the top of my head (pun?) but I really wouldn't worry - as long as the stuff you want the inspectors to know is in there somewhere they will find it. They will be able to tick it off their proverbial tick list if they see it, even if it wasn't in the section they thought it might be in.

 

 

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