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Step 3. We carry out an approval visit
The approval visit is the opportunity to look at the evidence that supports the information you submitted on your Application Form. It is usually carried out by your local Cambridge representative – or by a specialist who has been briefed about your centre and what you hope to achieve in registering to offer Cambridge Early Years.
The approval visit is not about looking to identify ‘one right answer’. We know that Cambridge Early Years Centres come in many forms. Our network of centres includes some of the largest, most well-established and best-resourced names in education today, but also the smallest and the newest, which deliver effective education with few resources.
What they share is a commitment to delivering the best possible education for their learners. During the approval visit we want to build a picture of your centre, including your mission and educational values, approach to teaching and learning and the vision you have for offering Cambridge Early Years. We also want to make sure you understand our approach and our policies and procedures.