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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"Prior to becoming a provider of Early Learning and Childcare, childminders receive a visit from an officer within the contracts put in place between the council and the childminder.
A CHILDMINDER ordered by a watchdog to make improvements - including for medication records - has failed to meet the requirements four years on.
A MERSEYSIDE childminder has received the lowest possible Ofsted rating after 'significantly compromising' children's safety and welfare.
A North Kirklees childminder, who did not want to be named, told the Examiner that parents should be reassured that Ofsted was monitoring their performance.
Longstanding issues finding a childminder in the Callander area look set to be eased.
AN award-winning Wrexham childminder has been suspended after a two-year-old child was left locked inside a minibus for up to half an hour.
AN AWARD.WINNING childminder has been suspended after a two-year-old child was left locked inside a minibus for up to half an hour.
Lesley Bate was accused at a conduct hearing of failing to follow up concerns raised by the toddler's childminder before he was killed by his mother Rachel Fee and her civil partner Nyomi Fee at their home in Thornton, Fife, in March 2014.
"Research shows that it is the quality of the provision, whether it is in a nursery setting or with a childminder, that delivers the best long term benefits for a child's development.
"We are seeing the benefits of this approach because, contrary to this outdated data, no childminder in the borough is currently rated 'inadequate.' .' "One of the things we do to support our childminders is offer our 'A Journey to Outstanding' document.
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.