Hi i am also a childminder i had this signed off, i hope it helps.
A description of the duties and responsibilities of my own work role.
It is a child minders duty to provide a safe, warm and caring environment where children feel welcomed and loved and are able to learn and develop at their own pace, with guidance and supervision as appropriate, in order that parent may have peace of mind to go to work knowing that their child’s well being is paramount. The duties and responsibilities are:
• To listen to parents as experts on their own children, to respect families traditions and childcare practices and to follow parents wishes as closely as possible within the context of caring for children from several different families.
• To plan and provide activities and resources appropriate to each child’s age, stage of development and individual needs and interests with due regard the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
• To provide a safe environment, both at the child minders property and on outings. To teach children safe practices and to hold a current first aid certificate.
• To maintain discipline and encourage positive behaviour.
• To be aware of the signs and symptoms which indicate the possibility of abuse and to be aware of the current procedure for reporting concerns.
• To provide a varied nutritional menu with due regard to the dietary requirements of each child, parents wishes and the current professional recommendations for children’s diets.
• To provide a healthy environment and to encourage children to make healthy choices.
• To liaise with and, where necessary, to seek advice from professionals, with due regard to confidentiality, including preschool leaders, school teachers, health visitor.
• To adhere to requirements set out by relevant authorities such as Ofsted, insurance providers, inland revenue.
• To comply with relevant legislation such as that covering health and safety, food hygiene, fire or planning requirements and to keep appropriate records with due regard to confidentiality.
• To meet the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
A child minder should also love and nurture every child so they grow confident and strong and develop into healthy and caring young people and adults.