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    Hello I wondered if you can help me.
    Iam a registered Childminder with an Asssitant who has been working alongside me for the last 2 years with dbs and the appropriate certificates. She is a good worker with a good reputation, worked in a preschool and children centre.
    It is my understanding I have to get her to fill out a form concerning staff_disqualification_declaration. What happens if her partner had been cautioned in the past for fighting? Can she still work for me or not?

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    My understanding of "suitable persons" are those who come into contact with mindees. So only relevant if he lives at your setting or visits regularly.

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    I would have assumed the same as the post above ... But I'm not sure ... I've been looking but can't find the thread posted, I think by sarah707, about people who were disqualified from working from children because of something someone else has done ... (I remember a girl couldn't childmind because her mum had been disqualified from childminding because she hadn't paid her fee)

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    If there is any concern about someone who lives with someone who works with children then you must inform Ofsted and ask for their view.

    If the assistant needs a waiver they will have to stop working until it's sorted out.

    You will find more information here x

    Childminders and staff suitability -

 

 

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