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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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.
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.
Lee runs a childminding business in the UK and holds the full Certificate in Childminding Practice.
His comments that old people have all the time in the world could well be wide of the mark as we are frequently heading off for urgent childminding duties, urgent sponsor deals to be concluded at the ban, or other crises too numerous to mention, for younger more responsible drivers to keep driving and write patronising and inaccurate letters to the Telegraph.
They concluded that the Timberley Playgroup, which operates from a classroom in Timberley Primary School, Shard End, meets the national standards for under 8s day care and childminding.
NORWICH, England, May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Think All Publishing LLC (ThinkAll) is pleased to announce a donation of our Educational Software CDs to all attendees to the 18th Annual Childminding Matters Conference 2006.
uk web site can book places on the council's childminding, cycling proficiency, fire safety courses and water-based activities with Thames Young Mariners.
But the victim's mother, who had been childminding for the teenager in Ayr while his parents worked, said her son was frightened to go out and her family's life was now a nightmare
To handle the growing family trade, the Sundance Childminding Centre has doubled in size this year.
Hopefully you will be able to form a friendship which means you feel perfectly happy about her childminding.
Childminders are particularly well placed to offer the more flexible childcare that many working parents now demand; a number of initiatives are in place to generate more interest in the childminding profession and to increase numbers.
50am so she can leave the house an hour later and take two buses from her home in Shawlands in Glasgow to Kelvindale, ready to put in a 50-hour week childminding her four-year-old twin grandchildren Gemma and Mark Stewart.