Childminder drop-in sessions

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Registered childminders are being invited to a series of drop-in sessions held by Cheshire East Family Service.

At the sessions, childminders will get the opportunity to update and manage information about them that is held in the online directory.

They will also be offered tips on how to use the directory to better promote themselves. This could involve providing a list of services they can offer, such as school pick-ups in a certain geographical area, as well as any qualifications they may have.

It can also be used to update childcare vacancies and renew data protection permissions.

The directory can be viewed at www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/fidy

Local Drop-in events are taking place at the following children's centres (CC) on the dates shown from 8.30am — 12.30pm:


  • Wednesday, April 18 — Nantwich CC, Dog Lane;

  • Monday, April 30 — Monks Coppenhall CC, Remer Street, Crewe;

  • Tuesday, May 1 — Mablins Lane CC, Crewe


For more information on becoming a childminder, please ring 0300 123 5033.

 

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