A nanny is a childcare professional. They are usually employed by a parent to look after their children while in early education. Their basic job roles include providing the the children they are in charge of a safe, active and fun environment, planning play dates, visits, appointments, preparing meals, giving baths and tidying or cleaning children’s bedrooms, bathrooms and play areas.
They can be live in or live out and full time or part time.

Live-in nannies live with the family and get accommodation and food. They can work up to 12 hours a day with up to 2 babysitting sessions per week. Payment is £350-450 net/week or £7-12/hour.

Live-out nannies travel to the family’s house and work up to 12 hours a day with up to 2 babysitting sessions per week. Payment is £400-600+net/week or £8-14/hour.

Being a nanny is a rewarding role. A Nanny has ability to shape children’s little minds and establish lifelong habits and skills and making sure they are safe and happy. They represent invaluable help to a family which allows them to work with peace in their mind. A nanny can stay with the same family for years and watch children grow from babies to young adults.