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nanny

Child minder, caretaker, babysitter, au pair, governess.
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The spokesperson added: "We are committed to genuine choice for parents at services which best meet their needs, and this includes blended approaches where families may choose to use both a nursery and childminder.
The previous inspection called on the childminder to improve her documentation of the children's medication, protocols to control the spread of infections by providing more paper towels and creating a nappy changing policy and to improve the medical records kept on the children in her care.
The childminder, who is based in Crosby but is not named in the report, operates from 7.30am-5pm, Monday to Friday during term time.
Elsewhere, six Calderdale children were found to be under the care of one inadequate childminder.
At a meeting of Stirling Council's children and young people committee yesterday (Thursday) officials said eight potential new childminders recently had been found in the area.
Mrs Wynne (pictured above) and her husband, Dean, also a childminder, were taking a three-week holiday in America at the time.
Mrs Wynne and her husband, Dean, also a childminder, were taking a three-week holiday in America at the time.
She said Bate didn't act "robustly" enough after childminder Heather Farmer, referred to as HF, highlighted bruising to Liam's face on January 15, 2013, and that he had "a sore neck" the next month.
Childminders will be central to the delivery of the Scottish Government s massive expansion of childcare in both nurseries and childminders, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today as she announced plans for a new standard of best practice for the profession.
"They will be cared for by childminders in a home environment, but we will work with parents and childminders to ensure that each child can be the best that they can be."
CHILDMINDERS in Redcar and Cleveland are twice as likely to be branded inadequate than the England average, according to data provided by the education watchdog Ofsted.
'e survey found 86% of childminders do not intend to join a childminder agency, 81% of all practitioners expect agencies to lead to an increase in childcare fees, and 85% are opposed to plans not to require all agency-registered childminders to be inspected by Ofsted.