I first started my agency in May 2013. I had spent the last 10 years working as a qualified nanny and nursery nurse, both in the UK and abroad, and it had always been my long term goal to start an agency. The time seemed right – I was working two nanny jobs at the
There is a lot to think about when it comes to employing a nanny. In this article, I will go over the main things you may need guidance on when writing your nanny’s contract.
Interviewing for your first nanny can be a daunting prospect! Rosebud Nanny Agency will send you a full interview guide when we arrange interviews, but here is a shorter version to give you an idea of structure. First interviews usually take around an hour, depending on how well you get on with the nanny. If it is
One of the perks people imagine when hiring a nanny is coming home to a tidy house, with the laundry basket empty and perhaps some left over lasagne for dinner. But just how much can you expect your nanny to do around the house? A lot of job descriptions use the terms ‘nanny duties’ or
Nurseries generally cater for children aged between 3 months and 5 years. They work to strict ratios – for children under 2, there will be 1 staff member for 3 children, for 2 year olds, 1 adult: 4 children, 3 years and older 1:8. This also means the younger your child, typically, the more their