If you are planning to set up a regular crèche, or are organising childcare that is
not attached to a community event, you will need to follow different guidelines.
Although registration with Ofsted is optional, all crèches should be aware of good
practice guidance when setting up and running childcare provision.
The more familiar you are with these guidelines, the less likely it is that you will
be cited for ... Related Reading: What Do You Need to Open a Day Care Center?
My daycare kit is a step-by-step guide which provides you with sound advice and
practical guidance for starting your own successful child care business.
Setting up a Crèche: Information and guidelines to help organisations set up a
quality crèche service is available for viewing and download from the Department
You could start a home day care and look after just a few children at a time. Or
you could start a day care center and care for a larger group of children in an ...
Start small by running a neighborhood day care from... ... Tips. Keep a first aid kit
nearby. If the children are fighting, speak up! You may want to get a nursery pet ...
Aug 20, 2014 ... This guidance describes the requirements set out in regulations for the childcare
... Childcare Register requirements - nd or dp from September 2014 ... All content
is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except ...
Crèche guidelines. Crèches running in leisure centres, children's centres,
shopping centres or adult education centres are often exempt from Ofsted
You don't need expensive equipment to start a child care business. ... Look in the
Daycare Tips section for assistance on potty training, guidance issues, building ...