How Many Children Can a Childminder Look after?

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A childminder can care for at most six children below eight years old. However, the points to be considered when deciding how many children a childminder can mind are the number as well as ages of their own children.
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This varies from woman to woman.
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I am a very happy 'child free' zone these days .. I simply don't have the energy to look after 'young ones' .. I am a 'time served' mother, child minder and baby sitter .. now I can
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I am sure it is different in UK than it is here in America.But our's get caught between the laws it makes it very hard to do what they need to. such as they go to family to verify
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A childminder can be registered for a maximum of six children under eight years old. However, various factors are taken into account when determining how many children a childminder can mind; this includes the number and ages of their own children. No more than three children can be under the age of five years; usually, only one of these children can be under 12 months.
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