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This link point out the difference between the latest version and June's draft. It states: "these handbooks are substantially the same as those we published in draft form in June." Relevant to early years are 1. "the final version of the early years inspection handbook confirms that the current arrangements for notification of inspection for childminders remain in place." 2. "In June, the Chief Inspector promised more detail on how Ofsted will identify and recognise exceptional leaders. I have made minor amendments to the handbooks to clarify how this process will work in inspection."

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I just found this for all of you who, like me, do not have time to spot the changes


Thanks Lucy, I too do not have either the time, energy or drive to go through yet more Ofsted revelations on how to be Outstanding!!

As we all know - its a lottery, anyway they may like to fluff it up!

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