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September Blog’19 – Supporting Children with SEND

General Data Protection Regulations and Implementing into your practice

February Blog’18 – Are you prepared for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

February ‘ 18 Blog – Preparing for the Genreal Data Protection Regualtion (GPDR)

October Blog from The Childminding Café ‘ 2017 – National Burns Week

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Child Safety Week – 5th – 11th June 2017

Child Safety Week – 5th – 11th June 2017May 17′-Blog-Child Safety Week

April Blog’ Keeping your children safe online

April Blog’ Keeping your children safe online April Blog – Keeping children safe online

January Blog – Food safety update

January Blog – Food safety updateBlog – Food safety update January Blog – Food sour blogs, newsletters, resources and website is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by us and we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect […]

May 2016 Newsletter from the Childminding Cafe – Promoting Child Safety

New Inspection Judgements from September 2015

New Inspection Judgements for Childminders   New eBook available to download for members at www.thechildmindingcafe.co.uk  – Completing your Self-Evaluation Form (2015) our guide to completing Ofsted’s Self Evaluation.   From September 2015 all providers including childminders must comply with the new inspection framework.  There will be four graded judgements – as there are now – […]

Working with assistant childminders

Guide to working with assistant childminders Introduction When considering working with or employing assistants to care for children within your business, we suggest developing an appropriate childminder assistant pack that may help you organise your paperwork and build a more effective working environment. Points to remember when planning to work with assistants: Being the registered childminder means you […]

Prevent Duty Guidance for England & Wales

Prevent Duty Guidance: For England & Wales You may have heard about the new Prevent Duty Guidance that has been published recently. This document provides guidance on the requirement in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 for ‘specified authorities’, including registered Childminders, to have “due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”. […]

L&D: Understanding the World – Part 1/3

Aspect: People & Communities Introduction This is the fourteenth blog in our series on the 7 areas of learning & development (L&D). So far we have looked at what the 7 areas of L&D are and have discussed why they are important. We also looked at the three prime areas of learning & development: ‘Personal, […]