childminder


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childminder

n
(Social Welfare) a person who looks after children, esp those whose parents are working
Translations
chůva
dagplejemor
perhepäivähoitaja
pazitelj djece
チャイルドマインダー
보모
dagmamma
คนดูแลเด็ก
người giữ trẻ

childminder

[ˈtʃaɪldˌmaɪndəʳ] N (Brit) → niñera f

childminder

child-minder [ˈtʃaɪldmaɪndər] n (British)garde mf d'enfants

childminder

جَلِيسُ الطِفْل chůva dagplejemor Tagesmutter άτομο που προσέχει παιδιά niñero perhepäivähoitaja nounou pazitelj djece bambinaia チャイルドマインダー 보모 kinderoppas barnevakt opiekunka do dziecka babá, baby-sitter няня, присматривающая за детьми у себя на дому dagmamma คนดูแลเด็ก çocuk bakıcısı người giữ trẻ 儿童保育员
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SCMA and our childminder members also wanted to see more direct access to qualifications and I look forward to working with the Care Inspectorate, Scottish Government, the Scottish Social Services Council and on the development of this quality standard for childminders.
As a childminder you would make sure that the children you are looking after feel secure and are safe, You will need to plan, prepare and serve them meals, change nappies and make up bottles for babies and provide a range of play activities, both indoors and outside, to help children develop.
It took me ages to find good childcare for my son but I eventually found a childminder who also looks after the little boy of someone I know.
We are seeing the benefits of this approach because, contrary to this outdated data, no childminder in the borough is currently rated 'inadequate.
Jake, who was cared for by childminder Sally Stevens, contracted the illness in February last year.
But a survey from the Pre-school Learning Alliance shows that most childcare professionals do not support planned changes to childcare in England, including plans to encourage more schools to take two-yearolds, implement childminder agencies, and introduce baseline assessments at the start of reception.
Any childminder earning more than [euro]5,000 is meant to pay a flat PRSI rate of [euro]500.
Childminder Agencies form part of the Government's vision to create more affordable childcare for families and the authority is one of the organsations chosen to put them through their paces.
A CHILDMINDER has been named as a finalist for a top national award.
There are strong regional variations across the UK, with mothers in Wales having to work more than 17 weeks a year before the cost of a childminder or a nursery is covered, according to mutual Family Investments.
This means that for every registered childminder in Wales, another three jobs are supported elsewhere in the economy.
CHILDMINDERS look after children in the childminder's home.