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    It was only for a childminding inspection (both OH and I are registered) although we also have to comply with EYFS
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    What do you mean 'only childminding', without fab people like you working mums and dads would be unable to go to work to support their families. I think you do an amazing job and i am full of admiration for childminders and those working with pre school children and their families. You are not 'only' a childminder you are an early years educator, and that is worth an EXCELLENT in my book any day.
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    bless ya, you've gone and brought a tear to my eye. What I meant was the inspections are not as intense as the inspections that you have been through recently.

    Teachers, policemen and nurses should be the highest paid professions in my book as they shape the world we live in, both now and in the future.
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    You're a registered Childminder - blimey, standards can't be that high LOL I mean, Jo I can understand, she's normal! But...


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    Coo - plan looks impressive! I did one when I first took on the lottie 2 years ago and soon discovered that half a plot soon gets filled in no time at all.

    In the end I decided to not put in any permanent paths (there are pavers down the sides and bottom where my plot joins the ones belonging to my neighbours). Instead I use scaffolding boards as my paths and do have interesting balancing acts with the wheelbarrow sometimes This means I can keep moving the boards about and can use the space wherever it becomes free. Haven't bothered with raised beds as yet - perhaps when (if?) I manage to get my other half plot. In 2010, please please.......

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