Self reports for early childhood services
ERO asks early childhood services to complete a self report and return the document to ERO before their review. The self report provides an opportunity for services to give ERO information about their context and how they are promoting positive outcomes for children.
The information provided in the self report will help the review team to take an integrated approach to external review and self review, and to support ongoing development in the early childhood service.
Please note that there are three different versions of the self report. Select the self report that applies to your review.
Statistical profile forms for early childhood services
ERO requires early childhood services to complete and return a statistical profile form before their review.
The information you include should be up-to-date and as accurate as possible in relation to your review date.
In addition, before a review ERO asks the governing or managing body of an early childhood service or kōhanga reo to complete a statement that assures ERO of its compliance with its legal obligations and official requirements. The Assurance Statement includes a checklist, which the appropriate body completes and returns to ERO.
You may find the Assurance Statements and Checklists below useful in reviewing your own institutions.
For services licensed or chartered under the Education (Early Childhood Centres) Regulations 1998
For services licensed under the Education (Early Childhood Services) Regulations 2008