Great British Nannies specialises in the placement of experienced and highly qualified Nannies, Governesses and Tutors in the field of childcare, tuition and teaching. Our team will find you native English speaking Nannies, Governesses or Tutors or those of international languages depending on your requirements.
Why Great British Nannies?
20+ years experience in Childcare and Recruitment
With over 20 years combined experience in childcare and recruitment Great British Nannies only hires and collaborates with professionals that have direct experience with recruitment and childcare, including all stages of development from babies, toddlers, children and teenagers. Each member of our team has experience working within a childcare/educational environment and understand that the safety and wellbeing of your children is of most importance to their parents/guardians. Our team ensures they talk personally with each candidate, check their suitability to your requirements and structure and tailor the interview questions to help us identify the most suitable candidate to work within your family.
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We listen to your requirements
Our aim is to listen to the requirements of our clients and registered childcare professionals to ensure we make harmonious placements. We do not take the pushy approach and rather the families and professionals choose each other upon meeting and understanding that they are a good fit for each other. We have received excellent reviews from clients and childcare professionals about our responsiveness an attentiveness to their own needs. Great British Nannies is proud of its employees and does everything we can to ensure each team member grows and thrives within the company. The management at Great British nannies knows that only happy employees are able to provide our clients and nannies the service they deserve.
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Thorough screening process
One of our main goals is security of our clients and their families. We make sure that the screening process is as thorough as possible. We take our time to register each candidate.
Our interviews are as detailed as possible. We collect all necessary documents including IDs, police checks, degree, etc. We try speak to at least three previous references when possible.
You will only receive a few thoroughly selected candidates that match your requirements as closely as possible. We ensure that you have only the best suitable CVs.
The advantages of hiring an English speaking Nanny
Goodbye to language barriers
Learning with professionals
Manners, etiquette and discipline
Entry into international schools and universities
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What type of childcare do you require for your children?
A Governess is well-educated child carer that works with children between 6-16 years helping them academically in other areas such as in music, languages, arts, sports, etiquette and manners.
A Governor is the male equivalent of a Governess, carrying the same duties including working with children between 6-16 years helping them academically in other areas such as in music, languages, arts, sports, etiquette and manners.
A Tutor gives your child personal academic tuition on a variety or single subject to enhance their skills and confidence in the chosen area. Including exam preparation and school/university entry.
A nanny works with babies and children up to 8 years old. They take care of all nursery activities, feeding and hygiene for children.
A Maternity Nurse is qualified and experienced to work with mother and baby from birth up to 6 months. Supporting throughout all stages of the baby’s initial development.
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A lovely family residing in Dalian, a modern port city in China, is seeking a British Governess/Tutor for their one year old daughter and to help the mother to learn and improve her English. The family has another nanny to su…
A lovely young Romanian/Mexican family residing in Bucharest, Romania is seeking an experienced and qualified nanny for the care of their first child a baby girl of 5 months. The ideal candidate will have at least three years’ ex…
A family well-recommended to the agency is seeking a professional, experienced and energetic Maternity Nurse in London from September 8th 2018 till the end of October. The family may wish to extend this into December which will make…
A member of the Saudi royal family based in Riyadh is seeking an experienced nanny, preferably with a background in child psychology, for the care of their four year old daughter. The candidate sought is a well-educated and experienced native…
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It’s a beautiful thing when a passion and a career come together. It fills us with delight to place nannies, governesses and tutors with their ideal family in which both parties will be happy and contended. We make it a priority to ensure that each candidate’s skillset and expertise will be utilised to its full potential, allowing the candidate to feel fulfilled within their role of educator and caregiver.
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