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Usually keep mine for a year, do like to look at it the next year on in case something worked really well and I want to do it again - or if it didn't! I am in a reception class although I cant imagine it would be all that different from you. Assessment records are kept and passed on with the children although that is different from planning.

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As we have had a big overhaul in our planning this last 2 years I havent now got any planning from how we used to do it! However as ofste dwere due last year i did keep some of our old planning to show how we had moved on and why!

What i tend to do now is keep it a year as liz so i can look at it incase it can help then after that half term i replace it with the new set.And then you always have a year in your file.

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I agree with what others have said! How long ago did Ofsted last come? If you're due a visit I should keep the most recent - say over the last year/18 months - but maybe bin the rest? But have a good look through to make sure that you're not discarding any valuable ideas or resources first! :o

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Mine is on my computer so it goes back to the year dot. Usually scrap the hard copies. It is useful to have it on the laptop - so when someone is looking for an activity plan for boat building or volcano making I can usually find one!

 

Hoarding has its benefits - but only when the only space taken up is disk space!

 

Maz

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