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Welcome to our in-depth guide on finding the perfect au pair for your family. At Jobs in Childcare, we pride ourselves on being experts in the childcare industry. As such, we are eager to share our wealth of knowledge and experience with you, making your journey to find an au pair as smooth and successful as possible. Let's dive into the world of au pairs, exploring the main points, decision-making factors, and important ideas for...
Welcome to our Jobs in Childcare ultimate resource on yoga, mindfulness, and meditation for children. A comprehensive guide exploring the transformative power of mindful breathing exercises, relaxation techniques, guided visualisations, and positive affirmations in the lives of kids and toddlers. Brought to you by the experts at Jobs in Childcare, our mission is to help childcare professionals, teachers, and families harness the power of...
Working as a nanny: 9 things nannies wish their employers knew. Interestingly, many people outside assume that the nanny job is all about the kids. In reality, it’s equally (or sometimes more) about the parents, the family, and the employer. A good employer can make your work life wonderful and a real pleasure. A bad one can make your workplace miserable, even if the children are angels. With this in mind, Jobs in Childcare asked...
Do you want to know how to teach ESL in Korea? This week, we spoke to Matt Fennell about teaching TEFL in Korea. Matt Fennell (PGCE, MA Education, TESOL-Certified) is an English teacher and tutor from Liverpool, England. He has been teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) for thirteen years. He taught in a secondary school in England for two years before moving to Korea to teach in schools and then to work as a university lecturer,...
Are children spending too much time on screens? As a parent or nanny, have you ever had a gut feeling that your children are playing video games when they could be running in the fresh air looking to make mud pies? Or perhaps their blackberries are clicking away at the dinner table and they are unable to be emotionally present? Well, your gut is spot on, so listen to it! A little goes a long way Don’t get me wrong, a...