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We ask parents to add to them and keep them in the bookbags so that we can access them. It works well with most but some don't come back and we have to chase them!

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All sorts of things really. They started off just as a notebook for parents comments to accompany any homework that we would like the children to do at home- look for things beginning with a sound etc. they have become a source of two way communication with parents writing notes about what they've been doing at home, toilet training issues etc. Some parents use them all the time, others return them blank

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ours stay in the setting ans parent have access at any time, ans we have a parent meeting with keyperson once a term

 

we lost so many books which had taken a long time to put together , and had to constantly chase parents to return them .. keyperson needed the books to update so we had a meeting with committee and decision was made to have termly keyperson meeting in the setting.

 

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Ours stay at Preschool too. We have small diary notebooks which live in children's bookbags and go backwards and forwards each day and are used for wow moments, general info and photos of various activities. Parents put the same sort of things in too

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we invite parents in each half term to look at books - some we send home ( with parents we know will send back promptly as said before you end up chasing them as keyperson wants to continue filling them in.) but we find many parents still think of us as just a pre-school and dont want to know how or what their child is doing

do other pre-schools send out notes each session ?

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