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Involving parents and carers more in a children's centre

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Forest First Children's Centre engages with parents and the community.

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Forest First Children's Centre - Good practice example.doc

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A big challenge for many children’s centres is how to involve parents and carers more. Forest First Children’s Centre has an excellent and dynamic parents’ forum that significantly influences the provision and benefits the local community.