Outstanding Setting

When completing the Biennial Audit, for Home and Group based settings or Children’s Centres, a setting will rate itself as red, amber or green level for each criterion.

Red = criterion not met; Amber = criterion partly met; Green = criterion fully met.

To help you decide what a green level looks like, you can click the ? button on the form.  If your setting meets all of the descriptors, rate yourself as green.  If it meets some of the descriptors you would be amber level.  If you do not meet any of the descriptors you would be red.

A setting which judges itself as green for all of the criteria, and which is confirmed as such by the Award Group, would be considered an outstanding setting.

Download a copy of :

 Green Level Descriptors for an Outstanding Home and Group based setting              or

Green Level Descriptors for an Outstanding Children’s Centre