- To consider how successful you are at involving families in the assessment processes in your setting
- To reflect upon the impact of practitioner views of children
- To reflect upon how you involve children in decision-making on issues which affect their lives
- To reflect upon how children in your setting are supported to develop and practise the skills of self and peer assessment
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