Daily Nannies can either be sole charge if both parents either work or are not always available, or shared charge, where they work alongside the parents. Daily Nannies are expected to undertake all Nursery duties relating to the children only. These duties normally include, bathing and dressing the children, children’s washing and ironing, preparing age related nutritious and healthy meals / snacks, tidying away the children’s toys, bedrooms and playrooms, they will also ensure the children are active and sociable and will be responsible for organising play dates, attending toddler groups, library and educational visits as well as fun trips out to the park, etc. School runs, Nursery runs, After School Activities, for older children your Nanny will also assist with homework, reading etc.
Your Nanny will use her expertise and knowledge to further the children’s development through play. They will provide activities such as cooking, reading, age appropriate toys, arts, crafts, and music.
On average your daily Nanny would work up to twelve hours a day.
Depending on age and experience, and the location of the role, a Daily Nanny can earn between £12 to £18 per hour.
A Daily Nanny can provide additional babysitting, this is usually written into the Nannies Contract and agreed by both parties.
Any extra Babysitting outside of the contracted hours is usually charged hourly between £12 and £18 per hour.
The Employer is responsible for paying the Nannies Tax and National Insurance.