Respectful Educational Centre
Respectful Educational Centre

Ofsted report


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The key inspection judgements and what they mean...


Outstanding: this aspect of the provision is of exceptionally high quality


Good: this aspect of the provision is strong


Requires Improvement: this aspect of the provision is not good enough


For more information about early years inspections, please see the booklet "Are you ready for your inspection?" which is available from Ofsted's website:



My First Inspection – July 2016



I was judged as Met in all areas of registration.


My next inspection will be a grading inspection when Ofsted will record the following:


Inspectors will judge the overall quality and standards of the early years provision, taking into account three key judgements:


1. how well the early years provision meets the needs of the range of children who attend


2. the contribution of the early years provision to children’s well-being


3.the leadership and management of the early years provision.



Overarching principles


Section 1 – The learning and development requirements


  • The areas of learning and development

  • The early learning goals


Section 2 – Assessment


  • Progress check at age two

  • Assessment at the end of the EYFS – the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP)

  • Information to be provided to the local authority


Section 3 – The safeguarding and welfare requirements


  • Introduction

  • Child protection

  • Suitable people

  • Staff qualifications

  • Training, support and skills

  • Key person

  • Staff: child ratios

  • Health

  • Managing behaviour

  • Safety and suitability of premises, environment and equipment

  • Special educational needs

  • Information and records



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