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I think she can, but I wanted to check really.DS is in 2 days a week with a fab CM and I don't want to change that. However, November is manic for me and I'll need to work more than 2 days a week. Can my sister look after DS for a few days, say 1 day a week, 4 days in total spread over November? (So DS is in 2 days with CM and 1 day with my sister each week?)The whole Ofsted thing at the moment excludes close family and an Auntie would be included in this? I can give her cash for doing this, can't I?Thanks for reading.
She can, yes. Ofsted says that "A relative means a grandparent, aunt, uncle, brother or sister of a child (or half-brother or sister) or someone you are related to through marriage or civil partnership."
Fantastic, thanks ProfessorLayton. I thought that was the case, but I wanted to check! Thanks for posting
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