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    Hi everyone, I'm a returning childminder that is in need of some advice please...

    I am currently waiting on bits and bobs to be completed in order to finalise my ofsted application but in the meantime I would like to get my paperwork, policies, welcome pack etc sorted prior to the pre reg visit. However, things have changed since I was registered before so I am not sure what exactly I NEED to have in place and what is a GOOD IDEA to have ready.

    Any help would be great - Thanks in advance

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    Welcome back!

    I suggest you read through the Eyfs 2017 and check you comply - that's the best place to start

    https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...EWORK_2017.pdf

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    Thank you

    Yes I have been familiarising myself with the EYFS.

    DBS finally received and Ofsted application sent

    Other than sun cream application and use of photography what other permission forms do you recommend I should have?

 

 

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