Policy: A question of control


Concerns are being raised about the ‘behaviour and attitudes’ section of the new Ofsted framework as it does not seem to share the early years sector's interpretation of self regulation.

Many practitioners believe true self regulation is about learning 'how' and 'why' we should 'do the right thing'
Many practitioners believe true self regulation is about learning 'how' and 'why' we should 'do the right thing'

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