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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Fletcher adds: "Whatever the decision, always remember the vast majority of childminders provide an extremely safe and stimulating environment.
She is also a support childminder, offering help to newly-registered childminders in Warwickshire, and is quality assurance accredited through the National Childminding Association's Children Come First network.
TWENTY childminders have been recognised for their registration and training achievements at a Childminder Celebration Evening in Wolverhampton.
Boldon-based Training in Childcare has been selected by Newcastle City Council to run the training for childminders and staff in nurseries and playgroups across the city.
A trio of Redcar and Cleveland childminders have been praised in a national report.
At the end of June there were 57,204 childminders registered in England, down from 57,732 at the end of March.
Five local authorities have suffered a worrying slump in the number of registered childminders since the start of the decade, according to figures obtained by the Liberal Democrats.
He urged the authorities to remove her from the list of registered childminders.
With the help of Stockton Council's children's services the parents were put in touch with six childminders in their area.
Solihull's childminders do a marvellous job and there is clearly a very close and beneficial relationship between children, carers and parents," said Mrs Burt.
Registered childminders also have limited places so parents signing up at least a few months in advance of going back to work is common.
With relevant qualifications childminders can move into related areas such as working in a nursery or family centre, playwork, working as classroom assistants or running after-school and holiday clubs.