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We don't have a policy for ECaT, it was just part of the work we did/do with the children. We ask parents' permission when we want to put interventions in place for individual children, but I can't think of anything we would need a policy for. Why do you feel the need for a policy?

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I think as long as you are using the resources to help the children progress I don't think you need a policy to prove it - it really speaks for itself.

I think it's a great tool to help staff, children and parents understand where children are and subsequently their progression-equally it clearly identifies gaps in development - I'm a fan of ECAT stuff but I'm not doing another policy :/

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