Guidance

Inspecting registered providers with no children on roll or no children present

Guidance for Ofsted's inspections of registered providers with no children on roll or no children present at the time of the inspection.

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Inspecting registered providers with no children on roll or no children present at the time of the inspection

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Inspecting registered providers with no children on roll or no children present at the time of the inspection

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The aim of this guidance is to assist inspectors when carrying out an inspection of providers registered on the Early Years Register when there are no children on roll or no children present at the time of the inspection visit.

Published 14 March 2014