In the old days of the Early Excellence Programme, before there was Sure Start, Children’s Centres or the EYFS, I remember one of the select band of Early Excellence Centres being inspected by Ofsted for its early education, and by the local social services department for its childcare. The distinguished lead inspector from Ofsted commented that the social services team were nothing more than an irritant, tagging along behind Ofsted riffling through folders and paperwork, counting toilets, peering at soap dispensers and toilet roll holders, and checking out rooms with tape measures.
However wonderful your work with children, you would be advised to prepare for trouble if there are any flaws in your filing or recording of information. I will not speculate on whether a nursery with wonderful paperwork but dubious practice could come out well in its inspection. Let’s hope not.