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    Hi all I'm taking a 12 month break of childminding and have every intention of starting back up next year. Do I need to inform cssiw of no children on roll and if so what I'd there protocol over this?
    I know ofsted is 3 years before they will issue cancellation of your registration. Thanks x

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    Sorry I am not sure. Give your named inspector a call to see what you need to do. I believe you can stay registered as a local minder has just re-registered and the pre-reg inspector asked her why she didn't suspend her registration whilst she did the Cam Wrth Gam course at the local meithrin rather than resign and re-register.
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    Hi
    Contact CSSIW, you can suspend your registration - i have at the moment as i'm on maternity leave.

 

 

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