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kelly
20:04
you are both quite quiet...is it poss to speak up a bit please?
kelly
20:28
thanks that's a bit better!
Michelle Peters
37:03
Are the governments guidance/ guidelines available to the general public?
Michelle Peters
37:14
where would we find it?
Katie @ Mush
37:30
This is an interesting article about the types of childcare available in general (written pre-Covid) for those going into this world for the first time: https://letsmush.com/nanny-nursery-childminder-adventures-choosing-childcare-2/
Katie @ Mush
45:39
And this is an excellent article on the current situation and underlines a lot of what Sarah and Lisa have been talking about: https://letsmush.com/your-guide-to-the-childcare-dilemmas-of-covid-19/
Rachael Bhairo
45:44
What support is available for if you can't afford childcare and were relying on grandparents support?
Laura Michael
46:48
How likely is it that baby groups/classes will restart soon?
Becky’s iPhone
47:57
As a childminder, would you need to work full time? and how much prep work is needed in evenings?
Emma McVeigh
49:35
when do you think baby groups will be reopening?
Rachel and Mia
50:10
How do the childcare vouchers work? Is everyone entitled to them?
Becky’s iPhone
51:31
I didn’t realise until recently that you can be furloughed for childcare reasons, but the deadline is 10th June so you would need to act quickly if this might help you.
Sarah
51:58
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/actions-for-educational-and-childcare-settings-to-prepare-for-wider-opening-from-1-june-2020/actions-for-education-and-childcare-settings-to-prepare-for-wider-opening-from-1-june-2020
Sarah
52:09
This is the government guidance
Helena Knight
52:12
in the long run ami better off being a stay at home
Sarah
52:35
https://www.gov.uk/tax-free-childcare
Sarah
52:45
info on tax free childcare
Helena Knight
53:04
in the long run would I be better off staying at home claiming universal credit or going to back to work full time putting both my
Sarah
53:10
https://www.gov.uk/30-hours-free-childcare
Helena Knight
53:32
children into childcare when nursery cost wise ??
Sarah
53:35
https://www.gov.uk/help-with-childcare-costs/free-childcare-and-education-for-2-to-4-year-olds
Rachel and Mia
53:56
I’m in the same boat Helena.. I work in childcare myself but would be paying all my wage for someone else to care for my child whilst I’m caring for other children for free 😬
Helena Knight
54:35
in the long run would I be better off staying at home claiming universal credit or going to back to work full time putting both my children into nusery cost wise ?
Rachael Bhairo
54:41
I could only afford 2 days childcare for a 3 day working week, if I put my child in for 3 days I won't have much take home salary
Rachael Bhairo
55:18
After paying childcare
KT
56:15
is it feasible to be a childminder at the same time as looking after own baby a few months old?
Michelle
56:30
how do you sort childcare when you can’t visit and your maternity is due to end
Jacqui Wills
57:08
what's the chat group called again? I'm searching tiny/tinny/tinned but can't find it
Jacqui Wills
58:23
Thanks. just every other concoction but that!
Helena Knight
58:42
I just found potentially I’m pregnant again I’m so scared because I will have 2 children under 3 so childcare will be a stretch as I use family
Rita
01:03:41
Tiney
Lisa Holmes
01:06:03
Sorry everyone!