Getting it right first time

With the need to achieve good or outstanding in your setting are you putting yourselves under so much pressure to meet the criteria

Throughout research this weekend I was recommended this as a good read. The report describes strong leadership and ways to develop and sustain a high quality provision.  It uses OfSTED reports and  case studies of good practice alongside focus groups. 

Not only does it break it down into small manageable chunks but it gives you a true insight into what high quality need to mean in your setting. 

It discusses about 

How leaders and staff bring in positive change to a setting

How leaders are needed to build effective teams and how settings should share good practice.

Also how settings work with parents and other carers. 

Fab read and although it was written in 2013 it is still so paramount now