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Hi ladies,


Just had the big O ringing to say that she is coming out for our registration visit on the 2nd Jan. We need to reregister from charity to a company hence the new registration.


Can you lovely ladies tell me what to expect or what to brush up on please?

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I would think you would need all your company house details, including named directors in place. All relevant paperwork including contract of employment changes, insurance details, local authority notification.

When we changed from a committee run group, to an incorporated company with charitable status, Ofsted did come out anyway, as we were in the pot for the revised EYFS.

Ours was just like a normal inspection.

Good luck Fx :)

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They want to ensure you are all up to date and everything is up together - I'd say the same as others - treat it like a normal inspection with the emphasis on paperwork / good luck

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Hi we recently changed from charity to Ltd company ended up having two inspections as we moved first and they had to check premises were fit for purpose, second was because we had then started operating as a new company. However we got same person as before and so we sped through the paperwork checks. We just sat at her latop and answered the questions she had a quick look round and that was it! Now we are waiting on a proper inspection which I am dreading and am going to ask my own questions on the forum for advise!xx

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