Why choose a childminder?

‚Äč"Children want the same things we want. To Laugh, be challenged, to be entertained and delighted". Dr. Seuss
  • A Childminder can offer continuity of care, since care can often continue in from birth into early teens.

  • Care is provided in a home environment.

  • Children have more individual attention in a small family-like setting

  • Children have many opportunities to go out. I access playgroups regularly enabling children to develop their social skills by mixing with other children.

  • Childminders make lots of opportunities available by being able to be out in the community eg. Parks, libraries day trips out (especially in the summer)

  • Flexible hours, some childminders often start before nursery’s open and finish well after they are closed.

  • Childminders emphasize on the value of play and can be spontaneous

  • Prepare children for school in a relaxed informal environment

  • Develop a close bond with the child which helps the child to form stable relationships.

  • Most childminders have passed their NVQ3 and keep updated with regular training courses.  They are also required by law to follow the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) to educate your child/ren.  In Short childminders do what teachers do.

  • Children in a childminders home are exposed to less illness and germs

  • Educate children through many different ways by making learning fun

  • Childminders must adhere to Ofsted, are police checked and (anyone in the family home from the age of 16 years and over)

  • Childminders hold a first aid certificate; have insurance, first aid training, and safeguarding knowledge, and a health check.

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