AUSTRALIAN & BRITISH NANNIES

FRENCH & BILINGUAL NANNIES

MATERNITY NURSES

GOVERNESSES

HOUSE MANAGERS/FAMILY PA's

 

 

Qualified Nannies 

 

Overseas Nannies - Bilingual Nannies - Educated Nannies

 


 

Most of our Nannies will have a professional qualification in their area of expertise. We believe that those who have undergone training and education in the childcare industry are dedicated to their profession, however, we also warmly welcome candidates who do not hold an official qualification but have shown commitment to their profession through their childcare background and proven experience.

A Nanny is primarily responsible for the care and welfare of the children in the absence of the parents or as a mothers help alongside the parents. She would be relied upon to take sole charge of the children and provide a high standard of care throughout the daytime and occasionally during the night by arrangement.  A Nanny would also travel with a family if required offering activites management plans for the children along with flexible care and all round family support.

We believe that a great Nanny should be bright, happy and creative with a fun and sunny disposition. She should also be very responsible, proactive and organised in order to provide a high standard of care for the children and to ensure that the household runs smoothly.  We appreciate that families need flexibility and dedication from a Nanny aswell so we endeavour to ensure that all of our candidates fit the above criteria before recommending them to any of our families.

Nannies who are bilingual and on higher end salaries will also offer second language tuition & educational support to the children if required.

We cater for permanent & temporary Nanny solutions.

  • Full or Part time Permanent Nanny
  • Temp Nanny (Min 4 Week)

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Duties of a Nanny

  • Preparing a healthy menu for the week, being aware and responsive to any food allergies, intolerances, likes and dislike. Encouraging healthy eating habits.
  • Responsible for the personal hygiene of the children including teaching good cleaning and washing habits at bath times and morning washing time, good teeth brushing and appropriate dressing.      
  • Behaviour and discipline management, recognising inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour and addressing it accordingly. Teaching encouraging and praising good progressive behaviour.
  • Commuting the children to and from school, doctors, friend?s houses, after school activities and other required destinations in the family car or the Nannies own car by arrangement.
  • Organizing creative activities, games, fun days out, educational excursions etc. Especially during weekends.
  • Assisting with homework, reading and any other educational activities
  • Reporting back to the parent?s at the end of the day with daily events and any news including reports of accidents, illnesses or any out of character behaviour.

Duties of a Night Nanny

  • Prepare and sterilize baby's bottles
  • Night feeding

  • Change nappies
  • Settle your baby to sleep
  • Give help and advice on getting the baby into a sleep routine
  • Dress the baby in the morning
  • Stay longer in the mornings to allow the parents to lie-in