Research and analysis

Involving children in decision-making at a children's centre

Ofsted good practice example showing how children at Newstead Children’s Centre are encouraged to give their views and help make decisions.

Documents

Newstead Children's Centre - good practice example.doc

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Newstead Children's Centre - good practice example.pdf

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Details

The children at Newstead Children’s Centre have a ‘big voice’. They are engaged in decision-making and shaping policy through systems such as the ‘Children’s committee’. Children are actively involved in influencing practice on a daily basis.

This example is 1 of a set of 10 that have been published to support the survey report Getting it right first time.

Published 3 July 2014