How much do you get paid to be a childminder?


A registered childminder can earn up to £165 per child, per week, depending on their location and level of experience. Based on the maximum of six children, for six hours a day over five days, that would generate a gross weekly income of £990.
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According to the National Minimum Wage (NMW), a childminder should earn: £3.30 for workers aged 16 –17, £4.45 – for workers aged 18 to 21 and £5.35 – for workers aged 22 and over.
Registered childminders charge different fees based on their location in the UK. Fees vary between £3.50 to £5.50 per hour.
Childminders are paid around £11,650 or from £2.50 to £7.50 per hour. The pay differs from household to household and the number of children that will be put under his care. See this for more information:
All childminders are self-employed people, having responsibility for their own income, expenses, equipment, tax and national insurance. They set their own rates therefore charges will vary from area to area and will be a private agreement between you and the childminder.
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