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    Default Childcare.co.uk Free insurance question.

    My local early years childcare team. Have asked me to ensure Public liability insurance covers the childminder giving non-prescription medication. With Childcare.co.uk read policy but cannot see anything.

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    Yes it is covered as long as you have written permission from the child's parent. It's on page 5 of the policy document, number 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Yes it is covered as long as you have written permission from the child's parent. It's on page 5 of the policy document, number 6.

    Missed that Richard but thanks said the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Yes it is covered as long as you have written permission from the child's parent. It's on page 5 of the policy document, number 6.
    Richard what is the maximum number of children we can mind at any one time? Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BallyH View Post
    Richard what is the maximum number of children we can mind at any one time? Thank you.
    To be covered by the insurance you must stay within Eyfs requirements

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    There is an answer to that question on our insurance FAQ page at Chlldminder and Nanny Public Liability Insurance FAQ - Childcare.co.uk
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    Thank you both for replying.

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