child minder


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child minder

[ˈtʃaɪldˌmaɪndəʳ] n (Brit) → bambinaia (che sorveglia i bambini a casa propria)
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Using figures provided by Family and Childcare Trust, it is estimated that it will set the average family back [pounds sterling]2,842.08 for two children to attend nursery and [pounds sterling]2,625.48 for a child minder during the school holidays.
She said under Section 27, 28 and 29 of the amended act, a registered medical practitioner or medical officer, any family members and child minder on reasonable grounds that the child has been physically or emotionally abused as a result of being tortured, neglected, abandoned, exposed or sexually abused must immediately notify the relevant parties.
A NEWCASTLE-based child minder knew before attending her first meeting with Newcastle City Council Fostering and Adoption Service that fostering was for her.
But the poll also shows 86% of mums haven't talked to their child minder about what to do in an emergency.
Ms Gibson was an accounts manager at a North transport company, but following the birth of her now two-year-old, Harry, was faced with the cost of going back to work and placing her two young children with a full-time child minder.
The study also found almost a third are spending 30 per cent of their income on a nanny, nursery or child minder.
West Mercia Police have put up posters around Worcester where the baby boy was left on the doorstep of a child minder's house.
Then for 20 years I was a registered child minder. So here I am at 49 yrs old (not over the hill yet!) but I have no qualifications to get a job.
The woman returned to the pool 30 minutes later to find her kids with a child minder who was watching them.
If you or your relative was a nursery nurse, early years teacher or child minder who trained in the early 1950s, you may want to join us on the evening of July 12 for our celebrations or simply share your experiences with us informally.
They failed to ensure Peter was visited regularly enough, did not keep adequate records and may have allowed his abuse to escalate by not ensuring his child minder was replaced, a General Social Care Council (GSCC) conduct committee heard.
AN employment tribunal has recently found in favour of a female soldier who failed to be on parade because she couldn't find a child minder. She will doubtless now be presented with a huge sum of public money to assuage her gravely damaged feelings.