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How to keep kids entertained in London?? The capital of the UK is known for being one of the most exciting, vibrant places in the world, full of points of entertainment and opportunity, for adults and children alike. What people probably don’t think about though, is how this makes it an amazing city to work in as a nanny . Below are some of the ‘must do’s for a nanny in London, seeking activities that cater for both children and adults. Museums and Galleries. Say no more. London is full of them. With the Natural History Museum , V&A , The British Museum , and art galleries such as the Tate Modern and The National Gallery , there is never a lack of educational activities in this city. Most are free, and there is plenty to choose from. Museums and galleries are excellent in catering for children as well, with regular events throughout the year designed to make your trip easier. The Tate Modern is particularly accommodating and has numerous activities for children. Parks. Weather permitting of course. It is England after all. But even in later months of the year, London’s parks have so much to offer, providing you all wrap up warm. In the summer, they are unbeatable. In West London, Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park are a stone’s throw away, making the day simultaneously historical and outdoorsy. Hyde Park also has the glorious Serpentine, on which children and nannies can take a stroll around, and even chance a pedalo ride. Regent’s Park is also a favourite for a day out with the children. A visit of the sights, palaces, bridges etc. Some children love the history and beauty, others aren’t fussed. But there is always somewhere in between that they will find interest in. For example, the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace . It’s best to approach from St James’s Park and is well worth a watch. Children are fascinated by the formality and the overall show right before their eyes. Go on a walking tour around particular locations that they might have an interest in. Some children love Harry Potter and London is brimming with JK Rowling ’s inspiration. Others may be interested in Arts/Theatre/Music so visiting the West End even just to have a wander around whilst relating it to their favourites is always a great idea. Often there are people dressed up around Leicester Square and Covent Garden, so this is always fun to see. Reading books with children, such as Oliver Twist and Harry Potter, and visiting locations afterwards really helps them to envision the story. Travel around the city! This doesn’t have to be the hop-on-hop-off bus tours that surround the city. Believe it or not, one of the most exciting things for a child in London is the idea of the tube/train/overground and the River Bus. Choosing a destination and building up the idea of a new and thrilling method of travel can be one of the most fun ways to spend a day with a child in London. About the author :  Olivia Baillie is an MA English Literature student, studying at Kings College London, and part-time nanny. She has worked for a number of families in London since moving to study from Manchester where she completed her undergraduate degree. She is currently based in South Kensington, in a role that involves travel around the world.   What do you like to do with your charges in London? Let us know in the comments section below! And if you’re still stuck for activities, visit the Jobs in Childcare blog for more fun activity ideas, including base building , a recycling experiment , a time capsule or a treasure hunt . Register as a job seeker with Jobs in Childcare to apply for jobs and to receive information on excellent international tutor, nanny and governess vacancies worldwide. If you are an agency then sign up to post on Jobs in Childcare to connect with the best candidates worldwide!
  If you haven’t heard of ‘ Oobleck ’ before - don’t worry! Neither had we, until we found out that it was a name created by Dr Seuss and given to a substance that you can create at home, in a fun experiment combining cornflour and water. So if you’re a nanny looking for a quick, simple activity to keep your charges busy this afternoon, why not incorporate learning and fun and try it out? The cornflour experiment is a great way to learn about non-Newtonian liquids and is fantastic for simply playing around and getting messy. This experiment is suitable for kids aged 5 and over, and younger kids can take part too under proper supervision. To perform your cornflour experiment you will need cornflour (or cornstarch, as it’s known in the US), some water, a large mixing bowl and some different coloured food colourings (optional!) When you’ve gathered your materials, it’s time to make your oobleck in 3 easy steps! 1.First of all, simply pour the cornflour into the bowl and, before adding any water, examine it with your charges. Take note of the texture, the fine grains of the cornflour, and try making imprints with your fingers or other objects. Ask your charges questions about what they feel, what the powder reminds them of, and consider making notes for a ‘before and after’ discussion. This mixture isn’t an exact science - you can use as much or as little cornflour as you’d like.   2. Next, pour in the water. If you want to colour your cornflour you may wish to add the food colouring of your choice to the water being pouring it into the cornflour for an even mix. Alternatively you can add the food colouring after the water - both methods will ultimately produce the same result. Add the water slowly, mixing at intervals to get an idea of how much water you want to put in. Different amounts of water will, of course, produce different consistencies, so don’t rush or you risk having extremely watery oobleck. Your charges can keep their hands in the bowl while the water is being added to feel the change in the liquid as the cornflour is diluted. Soon you should reach a stage where you understand that the cornflour is somewhere between liquid and solid. You should be able to pick up cornflour and squeeze it - it will feel solid - and then see it melt when you release your grip.   3. Play with your oobleck! Ask your charges to describe their creation. Try picking it up, squeezing it, releasing it. What happens if you try to bounce a ball on top of it? What happens if you drop it from a height, or try to poke holes in it? What if you leave it on a surface to spread out how it wants to? Again, if your charges are of an appropriate age, consider taking ‘after’ notes or even some photographs to conclude the experiment. When it’s time to clean up, you can wash your oobleck off with warm water. Just remember to be careful with the food colouring - too much colouring or a particularly strong colouring can colour your charge’s hands. So unless you want to explain to your charge’s mother why he has green hands, be careful! You can find our more about the science behind this experiment here , and get some ideas for experiments to perform with your new creation here . Have fun, and remember to visit the Jobs in Childcare blog for more fun activity ideas, including base building , a recycling experiment , a time capsule or a treasure hunt .   Register as a job seeker  with Jobs in Childcare to apply for jobs and to receive information on excellent international tutor, nanny and governess vacancies worldwide. If you are an agency then sign up to post on Jobs in Childcare to connect with the best candidates worldwide!
Language Activity Ideas for Young Children About the author : Fluent in French and English, Ali Neill has a long history in teaching languages to children as well as adults, through workshops, babysitting, tutoring and classes. She is also the job board tester and editor for the Jobboard Finder , the largest job board search engine in the world. At a young age, children are capable of learning new languages almost effortlessly. Past puberty, learning a language becomes far more difficult for most of us, partially because the grammar can no longer be assimilated without being learnt. The Instinct of Language by Steven Pinker explains some of the complexities concerning language learning for adults, which children don’t have. However, even if children can learn languages, that doesn’t necessarily mean they want to. For learning to become a fun experience, parents and teachers need to be creative with their activities. Here are some of my favourite games for children:   Toddlers (1 - 3 years old) Toddlers love to play but concentration can be an issue. In addition to a short attention span, toddlers have slightly underdeveloped eyesight and awkward movements. However, their hearing is actually better than that of older children, meaning they can distinguish between more sounds. With these different strengths and weaknesses in mind, the activities should focus on listening, showing and dancing. Nursery Rhymes. Every language has its own songs and nursery rhymes, which are a huge part of a child’s culture. The tunes are catchy, making it easy to remember simple words later on. Even if children don’t know what they’re hearing yet , the songs will become familiar to them. The Alphabet. In any language, the alphabet enables children to discover sounds. You can make the experience more interactive by imitating objects and animals, which start with the letter you are up to in the alphabet. Counting. The great thing about counting is you can use your body, and more specifically, your hands or feet. By showing children numbers as well as saying them, they will get used to associating the name, the physical number and the cardinal number.  Animal Sounds. Did you know that cows don’t go moo in French and dogs don’t go woof? That’s right: animals have different names and different sounds in foreign languages. Children love animals, so imitating them and using the foreign onomatopoeias as well as the foreign names for animals is a great way to capture the attention of toddlers.   Small children (3 - 7 years old) Past the age of three, children start interacting more verbally and socially. Activities, which encourage children to work together and notice each other, become pivotal for their emotional and social development. Imitating each other as well as adults becomes progressively easier as they learn to control their own movements. Children are also very curious and most of them like listening to stories, especially if the narration is accompanied by images and/or acting. Puzzles . It’s so easy to make your own puzzle and to cut out the different objects or creatures in the puzzle to create the pieces. That way, you can emphasise the names of each specific thing in the picture. Children can do puzzles alone or in small groups, which also creates social interaction.   Storytelling . At any age, human beings love stories. We tell stories all the time! Everything is new and marvellous to children, who have heard very few stories in their lifetime compared to adults. If you have books in foreign languages with illustrations or if you can create your own puppets or material to re-enact some of the scenes, then you will have small children gazing at you in amazement as they listen intently to your story.   Games with instructions . A vast number of activities fall into this category. You can create flashcards for emotions, colours, animals, the weather, sports, etc. and teach children to call out the right word when they see the corresponding image. If you don’t have time to create flashcards, you can use music or oral words, which children then have to repeat or imitate.   I Spy . One of my personal favourites is “I Spy”. Whether the game officially exists in the foreign language or not, you can adapt the rules. The children must name something blue in the room for example, or something starting with the letter R if you have advanced groups.   Older children (8 and up) The great thing about children over the age of eight is that most of them know how to read. When a child starts reading, the possibilities are endless for language games and language learning. Treasure hunts . Treasure hunts take a bit of time to prepare but they are so much fun. To encourage children to practise reading and to help them remember words for familiar objects, like table, bedroom and book, use them in your instructions. Each set of instructions should lead to another clue until they finally find the treasure. Fill-in-the gaps exercises . You might be surprised to find children can quickly become pro translators, without even realising it. If you have a children’s book, which you can translate, leave out easy words like “and” or “he”, so that the child can fill them in as they read the story. As their English skills advance, remove more complicated words. They will be so proud of themselves for filling in the gaps. Sentence reconstruction . For small children, you need to start with easy simple sentences and it might be best to start by telling them the meaning in their mother tongue. Reconstructing sentences can be very difficult at first, but it’s a great way to learn about grammatical structures, verbs, nouns, adjectives and so on. Guessing games . Much like “I spy”, guessing games can be adapted to a specific topic. One example of a guessing game would be to put the name of an object, animal or person on each child’s forehead, and to guess what the word is. This helps children learn how to ask questions and to use describing words.  A bright future for bilinguals Being bilingual opens many doors. A second language could mean a better position in a company or being hired over another candidate in an international business. Teaching a child a second language is hard work but it doesn’t have to be boring. By making language learning a fun experience, children won’t even notice that they are developing a skill, which will stand them in good stead for their future careers.   Register as a  job seeker  with Jobs in Childcare to apply for jobs and to receive information on excellent international tutor, nanny and governess vacancies worldwide. 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May 22, 2019
Postion WASHINGTON DC. USA: French speaking Nanny (s/charge for toddler 14 mnths)$$$ Visa supplid Location GEORGETOWN, WASHINGTON DC: July start start $$$$ French speaking Nanny. Boy 14 mths Description JUNE START FOR TO,P EXPERIENCED, TRAINED DAILY NANNY :  Sole charge Nanny in Georgetown, Washington DC.  We have a June/July start for a top,  French speaking Nanny in Georgetown, Washington DC to work with a toddler aged 14 months.  The position will be sole charge, hours will be Monday to Friday. Driver useful but a candidate who is trained, energetic, eloquent and confident and preferably  French speaking.  Consident with the EY toddler age group, someone who can confidently pick up the baton and run, to assist these professional clients.  Lovely central location near all the fun activities and museums and parks.   NOTE:  Clients will consider candidates with Green Card/US passport who are French speaking but for French speaking candidates under 26 years, a visa can be provided. Excellent weekly salary available, to start June/July. Sole Charge Sole Live In or Daily Daily Accommodation N/A Driver No Use of Car No
Nannies of St James Washington, DC, USA Full time
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Postion WESTMINSTER: Norwegian or English speaking Daily Nanny (boys 5.5 & 3.5 years) Location WESTMINSTER + travel: Aug/Sept start £££+ Description Westminster SW1 from September :  We are seeking a new flexible  Daily Nanny  for our Norwegian/British clients.  Both parents are busy working professionals and have two outgoing confident, sporty and active boys aged 5.5 & 3.5 years.  The older boy is at school in Notting Hill and the youngest is at nursery school in SW1 and will start at pre-prep reception from September this year.  Working hours: Term time (from September 2019): 5 days 7.30am - 9am and then from 3.00pm - 7.00pm; and school holidays and selected half-terms: 5 days 9am - 7pm and very rare, ad-hoc weekends when our clients are working (mother works in the medical profession).  But please note as our clients know they require flexibility the candidate's salary will be treated as a combined entity, and monthly salary will be fixed and based on a 42 hour week.  And the downtime during the day during term time is free time for the nanny, her own personal time. Mother is in the medical profession and has a varied schedule. If Nanny was Norwegian, that would be a bonus, but parents are seeking the right match for the family and mother speaks with the boys in Norwegian, so they are bilingual.  Nanny should be outgoing, proactive and be happy to get stuck in and plan and organise activities for the boys in their free time and co-ordinate with parents regarding play dates as well.  So someone who is open, very grounded and looking for a long association with an employer would be best suited for this lovely family.  The boys are good eaters and also go to bed promptly at 7.00pm.  The family travel and are super sporty and can both ski, so if nanny is a keen skier, they can accompany the family on ski trips to Switzerland (near Geneva) which happen in the winter season, and they have a cottage in the Cotswolds and a house in Norway (near Bergen).  Driver would be super-helpful. Start date is from August, but definitely by September.  Family are already interviewing but are really waiting to meet the right person so are happy to accommodate notice periods etc. Sole Charge Sole Live In or Daily Daily Accommodation N/A Driver Yes Use of Car Yes
Nannies of St James London, UK Full time
May 22, 2019
Postion LUXEMBOURG + IBIZA: S/charge, Live-in Nanny (40 hours) (Girls 3 and 6 mths) Location LUXEMBOURG, IBIZA + travel: July start. Description We are looking for a permanent, Live-in Nanny for our Scandinavian clients who are based in  Luxembourg from the beginning of July 2019 .  Our clients are both professionals working in finance. Our clients would love to have a nanny that is a sporty person that has the energy to look after two small girls. The position is live in and Nanny will have her own room on the ground floor with en-suite bathroom and direct access to the garden from their room. The family will purchase a car that will be 100% for the nanny. She will also be able to use the car during her free time. The nanny should have a clean drivers licence and feel confident to drive in Europe. Family have a vacation house in Ibiza that they travel to frequently and the nanny should join them and be able to drive there as well. They would love a nanny with a positive attitude and a passion for children. They have a fitness room, swimming pool and sauna in the house that the nanny can also use. There are good gyms with classes nearby to the house if the nanny would prefer to go there during the daytime whilst children are at nursery. They are also happy to arrange for the nanny to attend language courses in Luxembourg, e.g. French or German.  Also if a nanny wishes to study in the daytime, they would be super happy with that. Older girl was born in January 2017 and new baby sister was born in January 2019. Older girl is in a nursery from 8 am until 5 pm every weekday. The baby will start the same nursery in the fall 2019 when our client goes back to work. The main language in the nursery is English. The clients are Scandinavian so  speak Swedish and Norwegian with the children at home, but sometimes English as well.   The typical work week for the nanny would be 6 days per week. During the weekdays nanny would be required for maximum one hour in the morning to get the girls ready for nursery. In the afternoon Nanny needs to pick up from nursery at 5 pm, prepare dinner for the girls, play, give them a  bath and put to bed. Our clients will help out when they come home from work and are usually there for the bedtime routine as they love to spend time with the children.  The older girl  goes to ballet one day per week and therefore needs to be picked up from nursery at 2.30 pm and be accompanied to the ballet. Currently the class is on Fridays at 3 pm. If the girls are unwell and need to stay home from nursery nanny would also need to cover the full day with the children.  During the weekends nanny will work a full day. Clients are going to put older child in to a horse riding class on Saturdays. Other activity for the weekends include swimming, going to the park, visiting museums, zoos, etc. The total working hours per week are approximately 40-50 h per week. There is a housekeeper every week, but the nanny should ensure that they clear up any mess with their toys or food each day. One day off per week. As the nanny will be based and employed in Luxembourg, our clients have to follow the Luxembourg labour laws. The nanny should therefore be entitled to 25 days of paid vacation per year. She can spread these over the year as she wish, but it is mandatory to have one vacation per year that is at least 2 consecutive weeks in order to get a good rest which still leaves three weeks of vacation left. The main place to work will be Luxembourg, but clients would require the nanny to join them on travels sometime as well.  As above, they have a second home in Ibiza and would like the nanny to travel with them there.  They try and go as frequently as possible. On the odd occasion the nanny will have full proxy of the girls alone at home when both parents are traveling. These working days are obviously longer and clients will compensate with days in lieu.    Sole Charge Sole Live In or Daily Overseas Accommodation Bedroom/Bathroom, sep floor, direct access to the garden Driver Yes Use of Car Yes
Nannies of St James Luxembourg Full time
May 22, 2019
Postion PIMLICO SW1: SPANISH speaking live in Nanny. One child 14 months. June start Location SW1 - PIMLICO: Live in Nanny for G 14 months. Spanish speaking Essential. Description We are seeking a Spanish speaking live in nanny for our international family.  There is one little one, currently aged 14 months old, present nanny has been with the family since the mat nurse left and is retiring.  Mother is planning her return to work and is therefore seeking a new live in Nanny.  Family live in the heart of Pimlico within walking distance of activities, classes etc.  Nanny will have own bedroom and bathroom in a private part of the house.  Hours are 7 - 7, two nights babysitting.  Duties will include nursery duties for the baby, keeping the bedroom tidy and also tidying up kitchen after preparing food for the little one, generally pitching in.  Family have a housekeeper three times for week as well. Recruiting for a June start,  Salary according to age and experience. Sole Charge Shared Live In or Daily Live-in Accommodation Bedroom/Bathroom Driver No Use of Car No
Nannies of St James London, UK Full time
May 22, 2019
£900 - £1,200 weekly
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Position: Nanny Duration: Permanent Hours: Full-Time Type: Live-in Start date: September 2019 Reference: 3107 Salary: £900-1.2K/week net A member of the royal family, living in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, is looking for a full-time nanny. The nanny will be in sole charge of their 6 months old baby boy. Start date: September 2019 Schedule: 24/6, with a 3 hours break every day. The nanny is expected to sleep in baby's nursery when on duty. Responsibilities will include: all nanny and nursery duties for the baby boy. Help with weaning, later on potty training, organising educational and stimulating activities to help him reach his milestones. Taking the baby out for walks, to plagroups and parks, organising play dates. Nursery duties such as keeping the nursery tidy and organised, organising baby's toys and clothes. Ofter travel with the family to various locations, such as London, France, Maldives, New York, etc. The family currently works with myTamarin maternity nurse, who is very happy with the job and the employers, and is happy to speak to serious nannies, considering to take this job. The ideal candidate will speak good English and will be calm and patient, loving and believe in positive discipline. Someone who can work well in a team, as the family lives in a fully staffed, formal household. The family is looking for a committed nanny, who will stay long term and is neat and tidy. Massive private accommodation within the family's palace, own room with kitchen and bathroom. TV and Wifi included! Benefits: Salary of £900 - £1,200 net per week 4 weeks holidays 1 return ticket per year The family offers a full contract with the visa. Travel costs to and from the placement paid for. If you wish to be considered for this amazing opportunity and work with a lovely and friendly family in Middle East, then do not hesitate to apply!
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker Riyadh Saudi Arabia Full time
May 22, 2019
£1,450 - £1,850 monthly
Shephards Bush, W12 Position: Nanny Duration: Permanent Hours: Full-Time Type: Live-out Start date: ASAP Reference: 3031 Salary: £1.45K-1.85K/month gross A professional family is looking for a new nanny to join their family, and help with the development of their two young boys. Location: Shepherd's Bush, W12 Start: Asap Schedule: Four days per week, 9am-5pm (32 hours per week) Salary: £1450 - £1850 gross per month (£10-£12 net per hour) Children: 2 boys, 3.5 years and 11 months old Duties: - Primarily focusing on the development of the children. - Creating and engaging in stimulating activities and games. Candidate: - Ofsted registered - An energetic and playful nanny who is developmentally focused.
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker London, UK Full time
May 22, 2019
£11.00 hourly
South Kensington, London Position: Nanny-Housekeeper Duration: Permanent Hours: Full-Time Type: Live-out Start date: Immediately Reference: 3106 Salary: £11/h net A friendly family is looking for a permanent live-out nanny-housekeeper Location: South Kensington, SW7 Children: two boys, who are 4 and 6 years old Start date: as soon as possible Schedule: Monday to Friday, 10-11 hours per day. Mum is staying at home and needs an extra pair of hands. Responsibilities will include all housekeeping duties, such as deep cleaning, hoovering, changing sheets, laundry, ironing. Help with childcare related duties, such as taking the boys to various activities, organising age appropriate activities, cooking for the boys. They are looking for a friendly, kind and flexible nanny-housekeeper. Someone who is happy to work alongside mum. Salary offered is approximately £2,380 net per month (£11 net per hour). If you are interested in this job and can start immediately, please apply now.
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker London, UK Full time
May 22, 2019
£400 - £450 weekly
West Hampstead Position: Nanny-Housekeeper Duration: Permanent Hours: Full-Time Type: Live-in Start date: mid July 2019 Reference: 2054 Salary: £400-450/week net A family based in West Hampstead is looking for a full time live-in nanny-housekeeper to join their family by middle of July 2019. Location: West Hampstead (NW2) Start: mid July 2019 Schedule: Monday - Friday 7:00am- 7:00pm + two nights babysitting Salary: £375 net/week- for Junior candidate £450 net/week- for experienced candidate Accommodation: Own bedroom and bathroom Children: 4 year old girl (full time in Nursery) Note: Family is happy to consider a Junior Nanny Housekeeper, confident Driver is a must Responsibilities: Duties: She will be in charge of all childcare and nursery for the little girl such as taking her to the nursery and picking her up using the family's car, preparing healthy and fresh meals for her, supporting and providing activities for the all-round development of the children, help with nursery assignment and education concern, ability to use all equipment related to the care of the children e.g. buggies and car seats, travelling with the children and preparing for holidays, weekend visits, etc.caring for children when they are sick and administering medicine, communicating with parents on all aspects of the care of their children, implement discipline when necessary, bath time and bedtime routines. From 9am-3:30pm while the grl is in the Nursery, the Nanny will be expectred to do the housekeeping duties and will take a lunch break during these hours. Candidate Must: Have previous childcare & housekeeping experience with checkable references Hold a current DBS or be willing to undertake one Clean driving license and experience driving with children (car can be provided) Good spoken and written English Good attention to detail and organisation skills Be happy to travel with family at least twice a year.
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker London, UK Full time
May 22, 2019
£15.00 - £16.00 hourly
Battersea, London Position: Night Nanny Duration: Temporary Hours: Part-Time Type: Live-out Start date: Mid July 2019 Reference: 3089 Salary: £15-16/h gross A family is looking for a night nanny for their 2nd baby. Start date: 2nd week of July 2019 Help is needed 3 times per week, 10-12 hours per night, for 2 months. Mum will have a c-section and is planning on breastfeeding. They are looking for a flexible and supportive night nanny. Salary offered is between £15 - £16 gross per hour, negotiable based on experience and the right fit.
myTamarin Childcare Matchmaker London, UK Temporary
May 22, 2019
£2,500 - £2,650 monthly
A family based primarily in Ibiza, Spain is looking for a Full Time Live in Nanny to be part of their family and help them in looking after their lovely school-aged child. This role has extensive travel worldwide. Summers are predominantly in Ibiza and winters in Mexico with travel all year round. The working hours for this position will vary, fewer hours during the term time and more hours during school holidays with weekend work being needed. Flexibility on hours is the key to this role. The family is looking for someone healthy who loves life, someone energetic, respectful, and conscious. The Nanny must speak fluent English to help the child communicate well using the language. Duties for this position would include Helping the child with afterschool activities like homework Providing healthy meals and snacks for the child Providing supervision and constant care to the child Being disciplined with the child when required Tidying up child's bedrooms and play areas Playing with the child and taking to the park Planning and organising age-related activities Stimulating the child to read and be active Reading to and with the child Implementing daily routines Own bedroom and bathroom will be provided for the right candidate. A valid first aid qualification is needed for this position. Someone who can drive would be ideal but not a requirement. The family would need someone to start as soon as possible.
Little Ones London Ibiza, Spain Full time
May 21, 2019
£500 - £600 weekly
Start date: asap Location: Ladbrook Grove, W10 Day/Hours:Mondays to Fridays? 2pm - 7pm term time, full time hours in school holidays, 2 nights babysitting  Children: 14 year old girl at boarding school (home in holidays),12 and 7 year old boys at home.  Driver necessary? Yes, manual and auto car General notes: Manny needed for a creative family and who encourage creativity in their children. They would like someone who has an interest in contemporary culture but with a traditional sense of values. Manny must be bright and educated and a teaching background would be a positive. The manny needs to be able to help with all homework and studying at a high level, as well as being a great role model for the children. They need to be active and show enthusiasm for the children’s activities which include cricket, football, skateboarding, swimming, drums and pottery and get stuck in with these activities.  Separate studio apartment available in W10 to live in, which is preferred. Bills included but not food. Manny would take their holiday time when the family are away themselves. Salary flexible for the right candidate and paid at an average rate when hours differ from term time week to holiday time week. £500 - £600 net a week dependent on experience. 12 month minimum stay.
My Big Buddy London, UK Part time
May 21, 2019
Dates/times: Tuesday 11th June 3-6pm, Friday June 14th, 12pm-7pm; Tuesday 18th June 3-7pm; Friday 21st June 12pm-9pm. The timing could be a bit flexible.  Location: Brook Green, W14 Children: Girl of 7 and one girl of 11 Driver necessary? no General notes: Casual buddy needed for dates above. Details are: Tuesdays - collect daughter plus two friends from school and bring back home for the afternoon. Look after the girls, Prepare dinner and then tidy-up after. Fridays - collect daughter from one school at 12.15, give pack lunch, take to another school and collect at 3 ready for normal after-school afternoon.
My Big Buddy London, UK Temporary
May 21, 2019
£12.00 - £14.00 hourly
Start date: asap Location: South Hackney E9 Day/Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 3.30pm - 6.30pm Children: girl of 7 and twin boys of 5 Driver necessary? no General notes: Buddy required to pick up all the children from school, take the girl to her art class on one day (its a short walk) and play with the twins in a nearby park for an hour before all going back to pick her up again. Then go home, feed them dinner, tidy up. Active playing. Help with homework or reading. The children are curious and like learning and discussing things and the buddy would need to actively engage in these conversations, teach and have fun with them. Occasional other days might be needed or babysitting. £12-£14ph
My Big Buddy London, UK Part time
May 21, 2019
Experienced and reliable nanny, preferably native English speaker, is needed to look after 3 children aged 4, 12 and 16. The nanny will work one month and will have only child related duties. Both, live-in or live–out (for Dubai based candidates) options are possible. 6 working days a week, form 10am until 10pm – free day is Friday. Salary negotiable. Immediate start. Start: ASAP End: after one month.
London Governess Dubai - United Arab Emirates Temporary
May 21, 2019
£15.00 - £20.00 hourly
Temporary fully fluent English speaking nanny is needed for 8 months old baby. Family stays in InterContinental Park Lane Mayfair Hotel. Typical nanny duties, must be experienced with that age group. Accommodation provided. Family will go to Scotland for few days and nanny will be expected to accompany them. All expenses paid. Job is for 6 full days, start is at 2pm – 2am. Salary £15 – £20 per hour. Start: Today or tomorrow. Suitable for London based candidates only.
London Governess London, UK Temporary
May 21, 2019
£11.00 - £12.00 hourly
Job Type Nanny Location Hertfordshire, Hemel Hempstead Salary £11 to £12 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 07:15 - 19:30 A Full Time Live Out Nanny is needed by a family based in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire to help them in looking after their children. Working hours will be from Monday to Friday, full time. The family is also open to hiring a candidate on a Live In position. Duties for the position would include all morning and afternoon routine such as nursery duties, helping with bath and bedtime routines, taking the oldest child to activities, taking them to playgrounds and playdates, cooking dinner for the children, helping with learning, spending time with them until parents get home. The Nanny will also be responsible with some light housekeeping duties such as doing laundry and ironing the children’s clothes and maintaining a clean and tidy environment for the children. Someone with childcare experience is ideal and having a valid First Aid qualification is a must. The family would like someone to start as soon as possible. 
Little Ones London Hemel Hempstead, UK Full time
May 21, 2019
£12.00 - £13.00 hourly
Job Type Part Time Nanny Location London, Wandsworth Salary £12 to £13 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Tuesday, Wednesday Working Hours 08:00 - 18:30 A Live Out Part Time Nanny is needed by a lovely family in Wandsworth, London to help them look after their toddler. The working hours for this role would be Tuesdays and Wednesdays, approximately 20 hours per week with flexibility. The Nanny will be responsible for preparing milk, organising the child’s daily schedule, changing nappies, cleaning and sterilising bottles, setting up nap routine, washing and dressing the child, playing with the child, taking track of the child’s development and updating the parents, making sure the child is always safe and happy, maintaining a clean environment for the child, doing laundry and ironing the child’s clothes. The Nanny must also have a valid First Aid qualification. The family would like someone to start as soon as possible. 
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
May 21, 2019
£10.00 - £13.00 hourly
Job Type Nanny-housekeeper Location London, Chelsea Salary £10 to £13 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 08:00 - 16:00 A friendly and reliable Live Out Nanny Housekeeper is required to join a family in Chelsea, London to help them care for their baby and toddler. The working hours for this position will be 5 days a week, full time, ideally up to 40 hours per week with flexibility. Duties would include taking the toddler to nursery classes sterilising milk bottles and feeding the baby helping with potty training playing age appropriate games taking them for walks to the park resettling the baby after feeding doing arts and crafts together supporting all aspects of their development cooking meals for the toddler ensuring they are washed, in their pyjamas and ready for bed The Nanny Housekeeper must have a valid First Aid qualification. The family would ideally like the Nanny Housekeeper to start as soon as possible.
Little Ones London London, UK Full time
May 21, 2019
£12.00 - £14.00 hourly
Job Type Part Time Housekeeper Location London, Westminster Salary £12 to £14 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 16:00 - 18:30 A reliable and efficient Live Out Part Time Housekeeper Cook is needed by a dynamic family based in Westminster, London to help them maintain the cleanliness of their property. You will be required to work from Monday to Friday, approximately 10 to 15 hours a week. The family looking for an experienced housekeeper who is also a confident cook. Your duties will include: Hoovering, mopping Dusting different surfaces Taking the bins out Washing windows and mirrors Laundry and Ironing Hand washing delicates Ironing bed sheets Packing and unpacking suitcases Organising clothes by season Grocery shopping Polished silverware and marble Cleaned antiques Cooking and arranging the meals They would like someone to start as soon as possible.
Little Ones London London, UK Part time
May 21, 2019
£11.00 - £13.00 hourly
Job Type Part Time Nanny Housekeeper Location London, Richmond Salary £11 to £13 per Hour (negotiable depending on experience) Experience 2 years Languages English SL Education 1 year Driver Yes Working Days Monday - Friday Working Hours 12:00 - 17:00 A dynamic family in Richmond, London seeks a Live Out Part Time Nanny Housekeeper to care for their school-aged child and maintain the cleanliness of their home. The working hours would be an afternoon shift, approximately 20 to 30 hours per week from Monday to Friday. The Nanny Housekeeper would be responsible in collecting the child from school helping with homework preparing meals for the child wiping down the kitchen surfaces and cooking utensils after use organising the laundry and ironing changing the bedsheets taking the child to activities and playdates helping with the evening routine A full valid First Aid qualification and driving license are essential for this position. The family needs the Nanny Housekeeper to start as soon as possible.
Little Ones London London, UK Part time