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Emmawill
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I have a file that I call my Ofsted ready file, in it I have a copy of my sef, staff and committee details, cohort tracker assessments, ROADS reports, supervisions and appraisals, parent feedback etc. Find it a really handy place to keep all my important papers in one place, much like the old operational plan.

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I have a file that I call my Ofsted ready file, in it I have a copy of my sef, staff and committee details, cohort tracker assessments, ROADS reports, supervisions and appraisals, parent feedback etc. Find it a really handy place to keep all my important papers in one place, much like the old operational plan.

Now I have to ask 'ROADS' ................ I'm guessing you don't keep a map in there.... so what is it? :o:oxD (and more to the point- should I have one!!!)

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Now I have to ask 'ROADS' ................ I'm guessing you don't keep a map in there.... so what is it? :o:oxD (and more to the point- should I have one!!!)

It is our local authority quality improvement visit records!! No maps!! ^_^

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It is our local authority quality improvement visit records!! No maps!! ^_^

But what an impressive acronym .............. we just call ours........'visit notes' :P:P

However, like you I do have the 'otsted ready' folder with all the relevant documents either in it, or signposting to where to find them.

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Policies and procedures. Sorry!

It doesn't matter how things are filed as long as everything is accessible.

In our policies file we also got our risk assessment. In our inspections file we got the development plan / self-evaluation, action plan and other documents mentioned above.

Oh, need to add - complaints records must be there too, even if nothing is written on sheet of paper with a heading. That's what I've been told!

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