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Children’s wellbeing, learning and development: parent/carer partnerships

Ofsted good practice example showing how a childminder develops partnerships to support wellbeing, learning and development.

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Childminder 510228 - good practice example.pdf

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The childminder develops excellent partnerships with parents and carers that focus firmly on supporting children’s wellbeing, learning and development. This gives each child a firm foundation for their future achievement.

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Published 3 July 2013

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