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As parents or educators our mission is to help little people grow up. Part of this means trying our best to help children learn and develop properly.  Of course, the development of social, emotional and cognitive skills is an essential aspect of human life. Well-developed social and emotional skills are equivalent to good mental health in early years; a symbol of the ability to form and maintain positive relationships and to experience, manage and express emotions.  So, which social and emotional skills should we nurture in our little ones?   1. Listening to others   Encouraging listening is essential for problem solving and maintaining friendships and relationships. This can also include looking others in the eyes and thinking before speaking.   2. Meeting new people   When meeting new people, it can be beneficial for children to learn how to introduce themselves, including focusing on:  Deciding whether or not a self-introduction is warranted and if they want to introduce themselves Choosing the appropriate time to introduce themselves Saying his or her name and waiting for the other to do the same (or asking for the other person’s name) Telling someone they have just met something that may help them relate to one another (similar interests) or asking appropriate questions   3. Starting and ending a conversation Young children often tend to leave conversations, games and other social interactions unfinished.  It can therefore be beneficial for children to learn the right time to start a conversation and how to do it properly. You could focus on:  how and when to start talking and how to attract others’ interest while in a group speaking in a friendly manner, asking questions and listening to responses sensing whether a conversation should end and when the right time is ending the conversation in a friendly manner   4. Following instructions Young children often have short attention spans, but for proper social and emotional development, following instructions is very important. Encourage your child to focus on:  listening to what it is told to him/her from the very beginning asking questions to clarify any queries repeating instructions to check them if necessary recognising the order of the instructions   5. Sharing Young children are also impulsive and feel the need for instant gratification. For this reason they may experience difficulties in sharing. Sharing is a learning process. Try to help your child:  to acknowledge that sharing is important to maintain a friendship to decide if they have anything to share with the others to decide a suitable moment to share and the person they want to share with understand that they should not always expect something in return   6. Understanding body language   Body language  is another key element of social interaction and transmits a lot of information. You may wish to work with your child on:  facing the person they are addressing and trying to identify the feelings he/she expresses noticing posture and body position and the feelings they are associated with   7. Working with others   The childhood equivalent of teamwork is often playing games with set rules: a starting point in social interaction. Ideally, children:  understand the rules of the game and know them before starting to play ask questions if they have doubts decide who they want to play with and who can play with them, who will begin etc. wait their turn end the game on good terms   8. Offering help Helping others is one of the best ways to make friends. Encourage your charge to:  decide if somebody needs help and if that person wants to be helped estimate what sort of help they can give and choose a suitable moment to offer it respect the other person’s decision if they don't want help   9. Using good manners   The use of manners can be a telling sign of a child’s level of social and emotional development. Help your child to:  decide if somebody did something for them and whether thanking is appropriate choose the right and the best way to thank someone and a reason if required be aware when somebody pays them a compliment, accept it and thank them evaluate others’ behavior, choose a proper way and a suitable moment to pay a compliment without waiting for something in return   10. Use of empathy This means understanding what others feel in order to be good friends. Try to help your charge to:  listen to and observe what others say and do be aware of what other people may feel understand that every behaviour has an explanation and that actions have consequences be aware of others’ feelings when they do or say something  For children to understand who they are, what emotions they are experiencing and what others expect from them can be a long process. These concepts are a base for social and emotional wellbeing and they help children develop trust in themselves, feel empathy, the ability to form meaningful and long lasting relationships with their peers, but also to value themselves and those around them.  Children learn these strategies either at home, at nursery/school or during educational activities that take place outside school through games, stories or social interactions. In Words Make Sense activities, they can learn about emotions and social skills through reading stories, poems, songs, picture reading, talks or games. These activities, based on studies in psychology and learning, are designed for young children aged 18 months - 4 years and help them socialise with others and discover their own potential so they can develop a positive self-image.   Lavinia Stupariu, Psychologist,  Creator of Words Make Sense activities www.wordsmakesense.co.uk 
In today’s interconnected world, one of the main causes for concern for many parents, nannies , governess and childcare workers is keeping their kids or charges safe when online . It is an indisputable fact that tablets, smartphones and social media are now totally integrated into the lives of parents and more and more children. It is also undeniable that we are only beginning to understand the positive and negative impacts of this new technology for children and adults alike. If fact the World Health Organisation reports that: 'Infants younger than 1 should never be in front of screens'. And kids ages 2 to 4, the international health agency said,  'should have no more than an hour each day of sedentary screen time'. In addition, recent research into cyberbullying points to a massive increase over the last decade. Instances have doubled from 2007 with: '87% of young people having experienced cyberbullying occurring online'. So let's look at some of the tools available to parents and nannies to help them ensure that the children in their care are protected, beginning with search engines.   How often do we now hear the phrase, “Just Google it”? The search engine giant has become a huge part of everyday life, with many simply searching the website name on Google rather than typing the full URL into the address bar! But how can you make sure that results that come up are child-friendly? Well - Google has its own privacy setting in SafeSearch which works well. This can be set up for each user individually. However, a much simpler child-friendly option would be to use Kiddle . The Kiddle child-friendly search algorithm is divided into 3 sections: Safe sites and pages are written specifically for kids. These are handpicked and checked by Kiddle editors. Typically, results 1-3. Safe, trusted sites that are not written specifically for kids, but have content written in a simple way and is easy for kids to understand. These are also handpicked and checked by Kiddle editors. Typically, results 4-7. Safe, famous sites that are written for adults and providing expert content, but are harder for kids to understand. These are filtered by Google safe search. Typically, results 8 onwards. The results that Kiddle returns are also posted with thumbnails to help make it easier for kids to pick the results they want to see. Overall we feel that Kiddle is an excellent, kid-friendly search engine that is well designed and safe for kids researching as part of their homework or projects online. For more of an ‘all-in-one’ solution you may wish to consider Kaspersky Online . Available for PC, Mac and most smartphones. Kaspersky provides an all-encompassing solution to help monitor your kids’ internet activity. It uses similar filters to those Kiddle integrates, whilst additionally giving you the option to monitor total screen time and app usage. The paid versions also give you information on the device’s GPS location data and social media use. We particularly like the simple and straightforward interface that Kaspersky offers the user and that fact that GPS tracking lets you know where your kids are at all times- providing excellent peace of mind. The app also alerts you when the battery on your child’s device is running low; so you can give them a quick call or message to reminding them to charge their device. This is something we know a few adults could find useful too! As general rules, if you are working as a nanny , governess or tutor it is probably also a sensible idea to write down some daily ‘best practices’ you can discuss with your charges and then implement to make keeping them safe online easier. It may also be advisable to involve the parents in this discussion, so everyone is in agreement about the internet usage plan moving forward. You can find some examples of some sensible rules for technology below: Have computers placed in a common area of the house Check your children’s browsing history regularly and make sure you know their passwords Advocate time spent together, helping with homework or simply researching topics for discussion together Set out the ground rules (such as ‘no talking to strangers online’, ‘no sharing personal information or addresses) etc. No downloading or uploading of data, photos, music etc. without permission Finally, and most importantly, speak to your children and begin an ongoing conversation about what they need to be careful about online, and any particular ‘dos and donts’.   As technology moves forward and globalisation increases human connection, of course, it remains essential to safeguard and protect those in our care; both in home-life or work-life for those working in childcare. So please let us know your thoughts! How do you make sure your charges are safe online? What works well for you? Do you use any software or applications that you can recommend? Do you speak to your charges about their online computer and social network use? Let us know in the comments below!
Are you trying to decide between a Nanny or an Aupair ? Or do you think they are the same thing? The terms nanny and au pair are often used interchangeably however there are several differences between the two and it's worth taking a moment to differentiate.   The Au Pair   An au pair is usually between the ages of 18 and 24 and will typically come from overseas in the form of a cultural exchange. They live with a family for a temporary period with the aim of learning a new language and immersing themselves in a foreign culture.    With an average age of 20, au pairs are unlikely to have had any formal training in childcare and usually have only minor experience – perhaps in babysitting or minding younger relatives. Indeed, they are unlikely to be pursuing a permanent career in childcare. As such, you should allow an au pair a little time to get up to speed with their duties.   Au pairs will settle into the host family as a temporary family member and will be paid pocket money to allow them to explore their host country. The time they are performing their duties will be shorter and more flexible to allow them to attend college. Those duties will be centred on looking after children and light domestic duties such as hoovering, tidying up and cooking meals. An Au Pair should not be expected to work more than 20-24 hours in a week and should never be left with sole care of under 2s. They can be expected to play with the children, babysit and possibly supervise homework – but Au Pairs are not trained in education, so it wouldn’t be typical for them to engage the children in learning or structured activities.    The Nanny   Credentialed and experienced, a Nanny offers a much broader service in childcare. They will know how to communicate with schools, day care centres, doctors, etc. Most nannies are confident cooking healthy meals for the children, will not only supervise homework but support it with their own knowledge and teaching techniques and will frequently engage the children in creative , educational activities . They are more independent, need far less supervision and can live at or away from the premises.    A professional nanny is committed to their chosen vocation, whilst they will enjoy their own lives outside of their working hours, they are not in the country for a cultural exchange or learning experience. Having plenty of experience, and in some cases even formal training , a Nanny is more likely to be able to cope with those little emergencies that crop up from time to time. You will enjoy more peace of mind leaving an older, wiser head in charge of your children.   Of course, higher professionalism comes at a price. Nannies wages start at £400 net per week for live-in, UK based roles . This increases substantially for international roles, where the average British Nanny will enjoy a salary of at least £800npw, rising up to £1500npw. They will be subject to employment law, including taxes and statutory contributions in the country of employment.  As an employer, you may be subject to paying pension contributions too, as well as supplying a payslip. Nannies will be entitled to holiday pay and will work a statutory number of working hours per week.   Conclusion   The differences between a nanny and an au pair are largely cultural. An au pair is typically a young language student from overseas. The employment is more casual, the au pair embedding into the host family on a temporary basis. It can be a working contract mutually beneficial to both parties, not least because of the ease of availability and low cost. With a nanny you get the reassurance of training, experience and professionalism; but expect to pay a little more.   Jennifer Heald is Managing Director of Diamond Private Staff, an elite staffing agency placing domestic staff all over the world.  www.diamondprivatestaff.com
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Apr 03, 2020
We are looking for a Native English speaking tutor for a 3 year old boy. The main duty is introducing English language in an interactive and engaging manner online via Skype or Zoom. Schedule is several times a week, 30-40 min a day. Salary is negotiable. We are looking for a Native English speaker with ESL qualification and experience teaching children of this age group online. Description Responsibilities Introducing English language in an interactive and engaging manner online via Skype or Zoom Conditions Online lessons Schedule is several times a week, 30-40 min a day Salary is negotiable Requirements Native English speaker ESL qualification and experience teaching children of this age group online
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 03, 2020
Native English speaking tutor is needed for an 11 year old boy and a 6 year old girl to teach English online. The boy is intermediate in English, he understands the language and knows grammar well, but he needs practising conversational English. The 6 year old girl is a beginner, you will teach her English in an interactive manner and focus on establishing good pronunciation. Schedule is 2-3 times a week, 1 hour with a boy, and 45 min with a girl. Salary is negotiable – please advise your rate. This is an online tutoring position via Skype / Zoom. ESL teaching qualification and experience teaching online are required. Description Responsibilities Practise conversational English with the boy Establish pronunciation and teach English in an  interactive manner with the girl Conditions Schedule is 2-3 times a week, 1 hour with a boy, and 45 min with a girl Salary is negotiable – please advise your rate online tutoring position via Skype / Zoom Requirements Native English speaker ESL teaching qualification Experience teaching online are required
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 03, 2020
£1,000 - £1,100 weekly
Russian family living in Phuket, Thailand is looking for an English Nanny for their 7 year old son and for the new-born baby. The boy is attending year 2 in British School in Thailand. The duties will include teaching him English, assisting with homework, general upbringing, playing with the boy, taking him out for walks etc. You will also occasionally pick him up from school and cook simple meals for the boy. The duties regarding the new-born will include feeding and bathing. The family is looking for someone who will become a part of their family and who will accompany them in trips. Schedule is 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week. Salary is from 1000 GBP per week. Separate flat provided. 4 weeks paid vacation per year. All transport related expenses are covered by the family. The ideal candidate is a Native English speaking nanny aged 30-45 with the driving license. Teaching or childcare qualifications would be an advantage. Experience working in a similar role with children of this age is essential. Description Responsibilities Accompany family in trips B7: Teaching English Assisting with homework General upbringing Playing with the boy, taking him out for walks etc Occasionally pick him up from school and cook simple meals The new-born baby: Feeding and bathing Conditions Location – Phuket, Thailand Schedule – 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week Salary – from 1000 GBP per week Separate flat provided 4 weeks paid vacation per year All transport related expenses are covered by the family Requirements Native English speaker, F Aged 30-45 Driving license Teaching or childcare qualifications would be an advantage Experience working in a similar role with children of this age is essential
Gouverneur International Phuket, Thailand Part time
Apr 03, 2020
We are looking for a Japanese tutor (not necessarily native speaker) to teach Boy 5 from zero level. This is the child’s own desire to study Japanese so he is very much motivated to learn! At the moment the lessons can be arranged online via Skype or Zoom. If the tutor is located in Moscow the lessons will continue face to face after the quarantine is over. Schedule is 2-3 times per week for 1 hour. Salary negotiable depending on the tutor’s qualifications and experience. Description Responsibilities • Teach Japanese from zero to Boy 5 • Lessons online via Skype or Zoom Conditions • Schedule is 2-3 times per week for 1 hour • Salary negotiable depending on the tutor’s qualifications and experience • If the tutor is located in Moscow the lessons will continue face to face after the quarantine is over Requirements • Fluent Japanese • Teaching qualifications • Experience teaching Japanese to children of this age group • Experience teaching online
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 03, 2020
£20.00 - £25.00 hourly
Our client is looking for a native English speaking tutor to give online lessons to two children aged 5, and probably one or two children of their friends will join the lessons. Skype or Zoom lessons needed. Ideally we are looking for someone who can teach Jolly Phonics and has experience of teaching English online via Skype or Zoom. Schedule negotiable. Salary is up to 2000 Rub per hour. Trials ASAP. Description Responsibilities • Teach English online • Jolly Phonics • Skype lessons • Zoom lessons Conditions • Trials ASAP • Schedule negotiable • Salary is up to 2000 Rub per hour Requirements • Native English speaker • Experience in Jolly Phonics • Experience in online teaching
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 03, 2020
Lessons via Skype / Zoom Native French speaking tutor is needed for a girl aged 10 and her grandmother to teach French language online. They are both beginners. Schedule is 2-3 times a week, 2 hours a day (1 hour each). The main duties are introducing French language and practice conversational French. We are looking for a Native French speaking tutor with teaching qualification and experience teaching online. Description Responsibilities Teach French language online Conditions Schedule is 2-3 times a week, 2 hours a day (1 hour each) Requirements Native French speaking tutor Teaching qualification Experience teaching online
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 03, 2020
We are looking for a native English speaking companion for Boy aged 6,5 to communicate with him online several times a week via Skype or Zoom. The boy is fluent in English as the family lives in London, he is a very bright and smart child with the intellectual development of the 7-8 year old. We are looking for a companion rather than a tutor – someone who could keep him entertained, play online games, engage him in various fun activities, tell him something interesting about science etc. The ideal candidate is a native English speaker, very active, enthusiastic and extravert, with considerable experience of online tutoring. Schedule and salary negotiable. Description Responsibilities • Online games and entertainment • engage the boy in various fun activities • tell him something interesting about science etc. Conditions • Online sessions via Skype or Zoom • Schedule and salary negotiable Requirements • native English speaker • very active, enthusiastic and extravert • considerable experience of online tutoring
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 03, 2020
This is an online tutoring position via Skype / Zoom We are looking for a Native English speaking tutor to teach a 6 year old girl via Skype. The girl is a beginner in English. Main duty is to teach English language online in fun and engaging manner. ESL teaching qualification and experience teaching online children of similar age are required. Description Responsibilities Teach English language online in fun and engaging manner Conditions Salary negotiable Requirements Native English Speaker ESL teaching qualification Experience teaching online is required
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 03, 2020
£30.00 - £50.00 hourly
This is an online tutoring position via Skype / Zoom We are looking for a Native English speaking female tutor for an 8 year old girl. Main duties are teaching English language online via Skype in fun and engaging manner, practising conversational English – discussing interesting topics, books and cartoons. Schedule is 3 times a week, 1 hour a day. Salary is negotiable from 2500 rub/hour. ESL teaching qualification and experience teaching online is required. Description Responsibilities Teach English language online in fun and engaging manner Practising conversational English Conditions Salary negotiable from 2500 rub/h Schedule is 3 times a week, 1 hour a day Requirements Native English Speaker, F ESL teaching qualification Experience teaching online is required
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 03, 2020
This is an online tutoring position via Skype / Zoom Native English male tutor is needed to work with an 11 year old boy to teach English language via Skype 2-3 times a week, 1 hour a day. Main duty is practicing conversational English. We are looking for an active and young Native English speaking male with ESL teaching qualification and experience in online tutoring. Description Responsibilities Teach English language via Skype Practicing conversational English Conditions 2-3 times a week, 1 hour a day Please advise your hourly rate for online lessons Requirements Native English speaking male ESL teaching qualification Experience in online tutoring
Gouverneur International Remote Part time
Apr 02, 2020
 ENGLISH NATIVE GOVERNESS FOR CHILDREN YEAR 4 AND YEAR 6 FOR MOSCOW REGION || SCHEDULE IS DISCUSSED |SALARY IS DISCUSSED SALARY: Salary is discussed   DETAILS:   An English Native governess is needed for 2 children . The family will stay in Moscow region during isolation period from this weekend.The children study remotely according to ISM curriculum DUTIES: teaching English ,maths, science,arts and crafts ACCOMMODATION: accommodation is discussed LOCATION: Moscow region SCHEDULE: Schedule is discussed SALARY: Salary is discussed
English Nanny Moscow Oblast, Russia Full time
Apr 02, 2020
EXPERIENCED ENGLISH NANNY FOR MOSCOW AND TRAVEL || BOY 2,5 YEARS OLD|| SALARY IS DISCUSSED|| SALARY IS NEGOTIABLE SALARY: salary is negotiable   DETAILS:   A nice family from Moscow is looking for an experienced English nanny for 1 boy 2,5  years old. DUTIES: • Full nursery duties and proxy parenting, plus development of English.  • Do full nursery care after the child including: hygiene, bathing, arranging hair, putting the child down to sleep and feeding • Wash and iron the child’s clothes, looking after the child wardrobe, change the child’s clothes if necessary. • Cook for the child in case of need • Teach English to the parents upon the request. • Develop English language skills (writing, reading, speaking English) – speaking English to the child and the parents as required and requested by the Employer. • Play with the child, feed the child, and maintain a safe environment whilst caring for him. REQUIREMENTS: • easy going, not demanding , and the person the mother can trust is needed • female candidates up to 50 years of age  • if a candidate has her own children it is a plus • candidates that have long terms experience in one family and did not change jobs a lot are at the priority.  • British are preffered •Candidates who reside in Moscow JOB BENEFITS: SALARY - salary is negotiable ACCOMMODATION in the same room with a child • food whilst at work • full payment of visa expences • the tickets home and back are paid by the nanny SCHEDULE: Schedule is discussed LOCATION: Moscow and travel
English Nanny Moscow, Russia Full time
Apr 02, 2020
ACTIVE CHINESE NANNY FOR MOSCOW REGION || GIRL 4 || 5 DAYS A WEEK, 2  DAYS OFF , 8 HOURS A DAY || SALARY IS HIGH  NEGOTIABLE SALARY: Salary is high  negotiable   DETAILS:   A family is looking for an active and fun native Chinese nanny-tutor for a 4-years-old girl . The main duty is to teach Chinesee and take care of the girl, although some help with the boy (2,5 years old) can be required on Saturdays. There are English governor and Chinese tutor working in the family. SCHEDULE:  5 days a week,8 hours a day SALARY: high and negotiable LOCATION: Rublevo-Uspenskoe highway
English Nanny Moscow Oblast, Russia Full time
Apr 02, 2020
£1,500 - £2,450 weekly
  Location:  South of France Type:  Contract Salary:  €300 - €400 Per Day Temporary English speaking Maternity Nurse required for Newborn in the South of France, Salary €300 - €400 per day, starting June 1st, 2-month contract. Due to the current travel restrictions, this role is only suitable to candidates based in the South of France already A high profile family in the South of France is seeking a confident, professional, qualified and friendly temporary Maternity Nurse to assist in the general care of their new-born child expected in June for 2 months. As a Maternity nurse, you will be required to provide assistance and advice on feeding, bathing, sleeping, clothing, establishing routines and physically performing all of these tasks as and when required to assist the mother. The ideal candidate will hold relevant qualifications; have extensive experience in the field and have a can-do attitude. The parents are particularly keen on the maternity nurse implementing a routine for the new-born. This is the family’s second child, they also have a 1-year old son, who will have his own Nanny. The family are only considering candidates who are already based in the South of France or Monaco. This is a live-in position with a private apartment provided within the family home. The family travel internationally on a regular basis visiting their properties, you will be required to travel with them at short notice. The working schedule is 6 days on with 1 day off, you will be expected to be on call 24 hours a day and assist during the night if needed. There will be downtime each day while the child sleeps and is with their parents. Due to the current travel restrictions, this role is only suitable to candidates based in the South of France or Monaco. Package: Salary €300 - €400 per day International travel Accommodation provided 2-month contract Requirements: Qualified, professional and experienced Maternity Nurse Confident, friendly, flexible and patient Experience of working in high profile homes Available to start June 1st
Duke & Duchess France Full time
Apr 02, 2020
£15.00 hourly
  Position: NANNY Location of employment: United Kingdom City and the nearest tube or train station: London, South Harrow Driver:  Level of English required: NATIVE or EQUIVALENT Live in or live out: Live Out Temporary or permanent: Permanent (12 months and longer) Salary:  Tell us how many children you require care for: 2 Gender and age of your children: 6 and 10 Start date: ASAP Working Hours: Part time hours only Working hours: 3 days a week, flexible, Monday, wednesday and friday 21- 23 hours Ideal candidate: CRB Check, First Aid, Non Smoker, Swimmer, Cooking abilities, Qualifications, Pets friendly, Child's laundry, Happy to run errands, Light House keeping, Special needs experienced Special requirements (please describe your ideal candidate or tell us more about what you are looking for):  We are looking for a permanent part time live out special needs nanny for our clients. They have a 6 year old son who needs someone who is very active and likes being outside, understandably in the garden mostly. Ideally they would like for them to go to park once a day until possible, so nanny needs to be comfortable with that. They would need to help dress and help him with his school work and play in the garden. Working days will be 3 days a week 21-23 hours per week ( ideally Mon, Wed and Fri, but family could be flexible on that). Working hours are also flexible, but preferably 1pm to 8pm. Salary is 15 GBP per hour gross ( non negotiable). Role starts asap. Level of English required: NATIVE or EQUIVALENT
Royal Nannies London, UK Part time
Apr 02, 2020
Postion BARNES, SW13: Sole charge, Daily Nanny (B2.5 yrs & B3 mths) Location BARNES SW13 (riverside): May start ££££ (driver required) Description April start in BARNES SW13 :  Our busy professional fun parents based in gorgeous leafy Barnes Riverside area are seeking a full time Daily Nanny for their two boys. The children are a fun and outgoing toddler aged 2.5 years and his new baby brother (who was born in early January).  Family currently have a great maternity nurse who is getting baby into a good routine and we are seeking an experienced Daily Nanny who can start May 2020.  Hours will be Monday to Friday 7am - 7pm, with a excellent salary for the right candidate. Candidate should be confident, calm, highly organised and also very  tidy and efficient around the house.  Family have a live in Housekeeper/Nanny and also a housekeeper three days per week and have recently moved into this beautiful newly renovated house overlooking for Thames.   Nanny should be a confident driver, and there is parking at the house if the nanny wishes to drive to work every day.  Interviewing now for an early April start.  Call agency for more details on 0207 610 9218 or if new to us, please send CV + refs to us at info@nanniesofstjames.com Sole Charge Sole Live In or Daily Daily Accommodation N/A Driver Yes Use of Car Yes  
Nannies of St James Barnes, London, UK Full time
Apr 02, 2020
Postion PARSONS GREEN: Temporary, P/T (mornings), Daily Nanny (3 girls: 6, 4 & 2y). Location PARSONS GREEN: April start (English MT essential) great hourly rate Description PARSONS GREEN : Our returning clients are seeking an experienced  Degree-educated, Temporary, P/T (mornings) Daily Nanny  to take sole charge of their 3 daughters.    Temporary, English MT, part-time (mornings) Daily Nanny  to provide more educational-based care for their 3 daughters, whilst parents are busy working (our clients work from home). The family have a Live-in Housekeeper, who cares for the three girls on a daily basis, but the family currently need someone who is more educationally focused to help them through this particular time, in the mornings, especially with the older two girls. This is a part-time, Daily role, working 09.00 - 12.00 Monday to Friday, with some flexibility for more hours, with our clients paying a very good hourly rate for a candidate who can confidently support the continuing education of the girls whilst they are not in school. A candidate who is confident in the Early Years and competent with multiple charges.  With good, relevant experience and boundless energy levels to also provide a playful, loving and positive daily structure. Our clients are both working professionals who are currently working from home, but they really need a responsible Nanny that will have sole charge with the Live-in Nanny/Housekeeper and who can be decisive and confidently make sensible decisions when needed. A driver is not necessary.  To start at the earliest convenience, interviews are now taking place.  So do contact us: 0207 610 9218 or info@nanniesofstjames.com.   Sole Charge Sole Live In or Daily Daily Accommodation N/A Driver No Use of Car No
Nannies of St James Parsons Green, London, UK Part time
Apr 02, 2020
£10.00 - £12.00 hourly
  Position:  Nanny Duration:  Temporary Type:  Live out   Hours:  Full time Start date:  May 20th Salary:  £10-12/Hour Gross   Full time Live - out Temporary Nanny in Southwark for key workers 4315 Location: Southwark SE16 Children: 11 years old Start date: May 20th End date: Rolling contract for during coronavirus outbreak Schedule: Monday to Friday, 5 to 7 hours per day, need to be flexible with this Responsibilities: Some housekeeping (washing, ironing, dishwasher, tidying), helping to implement a routine for the 11 year old boy, helping with school work, keeping him engaged and not spending too much time on screens The ideal nanny will be firm but fair, educationally focused, flexible and live close by! Salary offered is £10 - £12 gross per hour If you are interested in this great part-time job, apply now! 4315
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker Southwark, UK Temporary
Apr 02, 2020
£400 - £450 weekly
    Position:  Nanny / housekeeper Duration:  Permanent Type:  Live in   Hours:  Full time Start date:  May 2020 Salary:  £400-450/Week Net   Full Time Live In Nanny/Housekeeper needed in Wandsworth, London (4308) Location: Wandsworth, SW15 Timing: Monday - Friday, 7am - 7pm Children: 5 year old, 3 year old Starting date: May 2020 Salary: £400 - £450 net/week Accommodation: Bedroom with private toilet and basin upstairs. Shower downstairs (sometimes shared with the children) The role: Getting the two girls up and ready in the mornings, school/nursery runs. Housekeeping during the day. Someone that is happy cooking for the family 3 times per week. Afterschool duties until parents are home from work. The mum will be working from home 2 days per week. The perfect candidate: Preferably someone that's mature. A nanny that is very hands-on, proactive and keen to get involved with housekeeping and anything that needs doing around the house. If you are interested in this great role, please apply ASAP!
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker Wandsworth, London, UK Full time