childminding


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childminding

(ˈtʃaɪldˌmaɪndɪŋ) or

child-minding

n
(Social Welfare) social welfare the activity or profession of looking after other people's children
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childminding

[ˈtʃaɪldˌmaɪndiŋ] N (Brit) → cuidado m de niños

childminding

child-minding [ˈtʃaɪldmaɪndɪŋ] (British) ngarde f d'enfantschild prodigy nenfant mf prodige
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At least 35,000 children spend time in unregulated childminding settings and we have no idea of the standard of quality of those services or if they are suitable in helping children develop and learn.
uk showed that Kirklees is less expensive than the national average across all types of childcare, including childminding, babysitting, nannying and day nurseries.
The impact that high-quality childminding can have on children s development is very significant, offering a homely, warm, nurturing environment for children to learn, explore and grow up.
SCHOOL 'leaders' at the Northumberland Church of England Academy in Ashington hope to "encourage more people to think of childminding as a career" (Journal, 10 March).
Your first step to becoming registered is to contact the Families' Information Services at your local council, who will tell you when there is a childminding pre-registration meeting in your area.
He told Stirling Sheriff Court: "It came as a surprise to me that public funds are available for childminding so people can attend community service.
Anything that puts extra expense on people doing their job, like childminding, will be added to what they charge, so the cost will be passed on to the public.
She expanded her qualifications and set up Blythswood Childminding Services in Wrexham, which now cares for 12 young disabled and able-bodied under fives at any one time but has 25 on its books.
The costs of nursery and childminding made up the second largest increase, up 22% to pounds 3,346 in 2011.
Courses on offer include GCSEs, counselling, childminding, working with children, bricklaying, joinery and more.
A study by the National Childminding Association (NCMA) found sports stars, teachers and doctors as the preferred career choices of youngsters.
In Wales you need to register with the Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales TRAINING You are not required by law to train for childminding but it is recommended.