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28-05-2008, 10:15 AM
Starting form monday me and mum will have

2 children who attend every day - 1 gose hoe mat 2pm :clapping:
1 child comes mondays and firdays -
1 child comes tuesdays and wedesdays
1 child comes mondays, tesdays and thuday afternoon (parent takes child to pre-school we pick child up)

before and afterschool-

1 child comes every moning
1 child comes tesday oring and mon,teus, and wed afterschool
1 child comes tesuday and wednseday before and afterschool
1 child pays for every moirng and evevry afterschool - parent is supply teach so phones up when child will be coming - child has palce every day which is paid for

now in sepetmaber all the above will still be coming the same days etc, but have 3 new children starting

1 afterschool everynight
2 before and aferschool evevy day (but not wed afterschool) one f these is other 8

In october we have 3 new ones stating
A baby will be coming mondays and firdays
Another baby will be coming wedeadays and thurdays. This babies older brother will be coming wed and thurday afternoon, as the child is going school parttime - we are taking and picking child up.

so when all the new ones start we have 15 children on our books coming and going each week

:clapping: :clapping: :clapping:
we will be ful and taking no new children on

my mum worked we will be earning £3000 on a four week month:clapping: :clapping: :clapping:

28-05-2008, 12:45 PM
Wow thats great!

I have 1 full timer and 7 part timers and I am pretty much full.

Are you able to have extra children working together - how many are you registered for at one time?

28-05-2008, 12:47 PM
I have 9 part timers on my books and have 2 vacancies for over 5 but not bothered about filling them to be honest!

28-05-2008, 12:51 PM
8 part timers i have the odd space here or there, but not looking to fill them :thumbsup:

28-05-2008, 12:52 PM
From Monday I should have one full-timer and three part-timers and that's fine as far as I am concerned!

28-05-2008, 12:55 PM
I have 7 part timers :D

christine e
28-05-2008, 02:20 PM
I have 12 on my books

3 under 5's who all come for only 2 days a week (so I have one every day but Thurs when I have 2)

I have 3 5-7's one who I take to school and 2 who come 3 days after school

I have one over 8 who comes every day before school
2 over 8 who comes 3 days after school
3 over 8 who I take to school and collect 5 days a week

As most of them are over 8 it isn't very often that they all attend all the sessions they are contracted for, they often stay behind after school for football etc or parents don't need me cos the child is going to a friends for tea so it isn't too bad. 3 of my over 8's move on to senior school in the summer so my numbers will be dropping then. The most I have at any one time is 8 one eve and by the time we get home they are not with me long before the first one is leaving.


28-05-2008, 02:38 PM
I have 4 part timers, and 7 after schoolers(?). 2 of which are at high school and walk to my house every evening. I do manage to get 3 hours on a Monday and Tuesdays afternoon child free !!

28-05-2008, 04:01 PM
none at present:crying:

28-05-2008, 04:05 PM
3 full timers - 1 x 14 months, 1 x 17 months and 1 x 26 months. Enough for me when my two are off as well.:)

28-05-2008, 04:09 PM
I full timer

1 part timer

1 occassional mindee

1 full timer starting September :clapping:

I lost or rather gave notice to 2 part timers a couple of weeks ago

I'm as full as I want to be

Carol xx

28-05-2008, 04:43 PM
6 part timers, more than enough!!!!!!!!!!!

28-05-2008, 04:53 PM
5 part timers plus my own dd - and that's enough for me too!

Emler x

28-05-2008, 05:15 PM
I have my own 2 children which are aged 4 and 5
1 Fulltimer who is 4 and only Term time
1 parttimer who is 4 next month

And thats it for now until the summer hols when I have an 8 year old 3 days per week and an almost 6 year old 4 days per week

28-05-2008, 05:22 PM
1 full timer, 15mths
2 part time, 11mths and 23mths

1 full timer due to start in september, 10mths

possibly 1 12mth and 1 4/5yr old, 1 day a week from october

and my own kids, 7,12,14 and 15

Jinx x

28-05-2008, 06:38 PM
I have x4:

x1 full timer (term time only)
x1 part timer (x3 mornings dropping to x2 mornings nxt wk)
x2 after schoolers once a wk

Plus occasionally in the holidays I have a friends daughter an odd day or two

That's enough for me as also have my own 2yr and 4yr old boys.

Michelle M
28-05-2008, 07:26 PM
I have 1 part timer, before and after school on a rota Mondays only, I share with another childminder as she cant fit her in the car on a Monday.

Monday - Friday

7:30 - 16:30 an 8 month old and her brother 2 on Friday

Tuesdays - Friday

12:45 - 16:45 a 2 year old

Plus my daughter 14 months and my 7 year old

Some holidays I have a 5 year old as well :)

I have a variation for the 8 month and 2 year old. :)

Wendy Woo
28-05-2008, 07:52 PM
I have my own son plus 2 full time 2yr olds
1 b4 and afta school 7yr old
1 afta school 5 yr old mon tue and thur

Tily Bud
28-05-2008, 08:37 PM
I have 8 on my books x

1 full timer, 5 part-timers and 2 before / after schoolers x

28-05-2008, 09:42 PM
I have 8 on book and 1 more pos decide on thu...

all part timers and thats how i like it..

28-05-2008, 09:44 PM
1 dd aged 2
1 ds who WILL be a rising 5 in Spet lol
1 x 11yo after school
1 x 8yo 3 days b4 and after school
1 x 2yo 3 mornings pw for 5 hours each
1 x 6mo starting next month for 1 day and will be 3 days in sept
1 x 4 1 morning pw
1 x 9yo school hols only
1 x 6yo sats only but may be b4 and after school soon
1 x 22mo 1 evening pw whose last day is tomorrow (no more 8pm finishes for me thank you!)

I will have 3 full days for under 5's to fill in Sept and have a mum coming to see me on fri for 2 under 8's term time only!

So techinically 7 on the books but could go up to 9

No wonder I feel so tired all the time and at the moment still only bring in £750pm which all goes straight out to pay bills - need some FUN money!