CHILDCARE OPTIONS​

When it comes to finding a nanny, there are so many questions that you need to ask:

Can they meet my family’s needs?

 

Do I need a qualified nanny?

 

Do I need an Ofsted registered nanny?

 

Do I need a live in or a live out nanny?

 

Do I need a mothers help?

 

Do I need a nanny/housekeeper?

 

Do I need a maternity nurse?

 

Do I need a proxy parent?

FULL TIME NANNY(40-50hours a week)

 

A nanny is a qualified or very experienced person with expertise in sole charge care of children and organising all nursery duties. 

Live in nannies are required to have a bedroom and where possible sole use of a bathroom or share the children’s bathroom.

Using an Ofsted registered nanny allows parents to gain financial assistance with their childcare costs.

https://online.ofsted.gov.uk/OnlineOfsted/default.aspx 

You should expect to pay a live in nanny £8-£10 GROSS ph

You should expect to pay a live out nanny £10-£14 GROSS ph 

Please refer to Gov. Minimum /living wage before finalising pay

 

TEMPORARY/EMERGENCY/PART-TIME NANNY

We regard Temporary to be no longer than 16 consecutive weeks.

You should expect to pay a part-time nanny £12-£14ph GROSS

You should expect to pay a live in Emergency/temporary nanny £10 - £12ph GROSS

You should expect to pay a live out Emergency/temporary nanny £12 -£15ph GROSS

Please refer to Gov. Minimum /living wage before finalising pay

 

 

MOTHERS HELP

A mothers help is usually an unqualified person but with some experience of childcare, such as babysitting or newly qualified

They are usually 18- 24 years of age.

They work alongside the parent and help with the household chores.

Live in mothers help are required to have a bedroom and where possible sole use of a bathroom or share the children’s bathroom.

 

You should expect to pay a live in mothers help  £8 gross ph

You should expect to pay a live out mothers help £9 -£10 gross ph

Please refer to Gov. Minimum /living wage before finalising pay.

 

 

NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER

This position is usually for families with school aged children. The Nannies duties are to help with the day to day running of the house: school run, family grocery shop, cleaning, laundry etc.…

Usually this role changes during school holidays to sole charge of childcare.

 

You should expect to pay the same as a Nanny position.

 

 

MATERNITY NURSE

This position is a temporary position for 1-6 weeks following the birth of a baby. The maternity nurse offers help with feeding, sleeping and introducing the new baby into family life.

 

You should expect to pay £12ph GROSS 

 

 

NIGHT NANNY

 A night nanny comes into your home daily about 7pm til 7am and takes sole charge of a baby overnight whilst you catch

up on your sleep.

 

You should expect to pay £12ph GROSS

 

 

PROXY PARENT

If you need to go away on business or holiday without the children in tow then a proxy parent will move into your home and take over from you working 24/7. This can range from 1 night to a few weeks.

 

You should expect to pay £10 -£12 per hour during the day plus

£100 per night (12 hours)

 

 

**ALL WAGES STATED ARE APPORXIMATE AND DEPEND ON DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES **

With so many things to consider, our personal approach will help match the right type of candidate to the right family.