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A lot of childminders are very worried about how to engage parents in children's learning - especially if they are a bit tricky to catch hold of due to time commitments or have a lack of understanding about just how much their child learns every day!

The Ofsted inspectors handbook for the revised EYFS says that they are going to be talking to parents ... so we really do need to make a concerted effort to involve them.

I have a new plan of action for sharing planning from September! 

I will inform parents in my newsletter that I am going to be putting some weekly planning on the notice board...

I will ask parents to look at the notice board regularly - and point out all the other displayed documents in case the inspector asks them where the Ofsted poster is or what to do in an emergency...

I will display the following planning sheet in a poly wallet, replace it weekly and again point it out to parents... it only takes me a few minutes to write, copying bits from my monthly planning... 

I will ask parents for feedback - 'what is your child saying about their time here?' and write it in their LJs.

We can only try out best but 'working with parents' is going to be soooo important that we have to find ways to make it manageable!!

Who is it by?:

Sarah Neville - Forum member Sarah707

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