Nanny

Child Nanny services in London

The Great Aunts at Artisan understand that childcare is difficult. Balancing demanding jobs, household chores and looking after the kids can just be too much for parents at times.

That’s why we’ve brought our trademark Artisan treatment to nanny services in London and beyond.

We know it can be hard finding a reliable nanny agency. Whether it’s inexperience, impatience or just the wrong attitude, all too often the nanny they assign to your child is a poor fit. Artisan nannies aren’t.

Because every Artisan Auntie is hand-picked through a rigorous recruitment process, we make sure every that Artisan nanny is fully checked, has the right skills, and is custom-fit to your childcare needs.

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    Nanny, “manny”, home childcare support, governess – the most important thing with nannying is they’re capable and child-friendly. Artisan Aunties have no time for nanny services that don’t put your kids first.

    That means having a relaxed, playful demeanour (but also knowing how and when to keep discipline). And all of our premier Artisan nannies have a CV of useful skills to give parents that all-important breathing space.

    Nanny services from Artisan include:

    • Creative activities and playtime for kids
    • Babysitting
    • Homework help
    • Help with meal prep
    • Baby sensory play
    • Bath and bed time
    • Light domestic work (e.g. kids’ laundry)
    • Assisting with errands (e.g. dog walking, trips to the park)

    If you need occasional help of a part-time nanny with the kids after school, or full-time nannying services during school holidays and half-terms, Artisan Aunties can provide bespoke support.

    And as always, Artisan Aunties match up a fully qualified, reliable nanny with your children on an individual basis. Artisan nannies are never one-size-fits-all.

Frequently Asked Questions

You do not need qualifications to be a nanny, but you do need to be DBS checked and to register with Ofsted (www.gov.uk/become-childminder-nanny).

A nanny is someone who is paid a salary to look after your child/children. An au pair is a younger person, usually from overseas, who is willing to look after your child/children and help out with the housework in return for food, accommodation and ‘pocket money’ while they experience living in a different culture and improve their English.

A nanny is someone who is paid a salary to look after your child/children. A babysitter is someone you hire on an ad hoc basis to look after your child/children for a short period of time, usually when you want to go out in the evening.

A nanny can look after young children full-time, or help parents out with the school run and look after them after school, feeding them, playing with them, helping them with homework etc until the parent/s return.

Yes. Employment status is an arrangement that the nanny and their employer need to agree on between them.

Yes. Employment status is an arrangement that the nanny and their employer need to agree on between them.

A nanny will look after your children or children exclusively, giving them 100% of their attention. In daycare, your child will be one of many, with staff will be looking after other children. There are no guidelines as to ratio, but the NSPCC recommends one adult to six children aged 4-8, one adult to four children aged 2-3, and one adult to three children aged 0-2.

You do not need qualifications to be a nanny, but you do need to be DBS checked and to register with Ofsted (www.gov.uk/become-childminder-nanny).

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