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Student Nannies Ltd

Student Nannies Ltd connects local students seeking work with families who need help with childcare – both during term time and in the school holidays. Sign up for free at www.studentnannies.com. Here’s the really clever bit – Parents can search for a Student Nanny by post code…

Student Nannies Ltd connects local students seeking work with families who need help with childcare – both during term time and in the school holidays. Sign up for free at www.studentnannies.com.

Here’s the really clever bit – Parents can search for a Student Nanny by post code and also filter students according to the subject they are studying – so if their child is crazy for craft they can find an art student, if football’s the thing, a sports science student might be just the ticket, or if Spanish is a struggle at school, a languages student could help out.

Simply by registering on the site, parents can find a student studying a subject their child loves and students can find a family to help, enjoy the benefit of well-paid, fulfilling work and gain a career mentor.

We are not a nanny agency, we simply provide a smart network through which students and parents can discover local matches. Then it’s up to you to contact the person, meet up, chat and see if you want to work together. Students and parents negotiate their own rates, we don’t charge commission and there are no hidden fees.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sarah Brown
Contact Position
Director, Student Nannies
E-mail
hello@studentnannies.com
Website
Student Nannies Ltd

Where to go

Name
Various
Address
Oxfordshire
Notes

Locations at family homes across Oxfordshire

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Flexible
Time of day
Open all year
Session Information
Flexible

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£15 Per month
Details

Sign up is free at www.studentnannies.com where you can register and find out which Student Nannies are available near you.

VIP membership costs £15 per month and allows you to message and recruit a Student Nanny in your area.

Availability

Age Ranges
4-16 years

Additional Information

Providing services to
0 - 4 years (pre-school)
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
Children

Notes

Each family and Student Nanny will have different requirements but here is an example of the key roles & responsibilities of a Student Nanny. Terms and rates of pay are agreed on an individual basis between the family and Student Nanny but local babysitting rates are a good guide eg £7/8 per hour:-

Student Nanny key duties may include:-

  • General childcare duties looking after and supervising children
  • Creative play, craft, cooking, outdoor activities etc with children
  • School drop offs/pick ups
  • Taking children to/from after school/holiday clubs & activities
  • Assisting with homework/tutoring
  • Preparing children’s meals & clearing up
  • Supervising children during bath/bedtime routine

Also potential opportunity to gain work experience/contacts in an industry relevant to your higher education qualification through your family match & their network of contacts.

Essential skills/qualities:-

  • 18+ student studying for higher education qualification across all subjects
  • Childcare/Babysitting experience and interest in working with children
  • Knowledge of local area & things to do with children
  • Trustworthy, friendly, caring, reliable, kind, sense of humour, energetic

The following skills may make you more appealing to parents but are not essential:-

  • Own transport
  • Drivers licence
  • First aid trained
  • DBS checked
  • Local references

Last checked on 30/10/2018

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

This information has been collected from third party providers and Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of the information nor does inclusion represent a recommendation or an endorsement. Parents, carers, young people and professionals are recommended to check that organisations and services are appropriate and safe before they attend.
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