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 on: Today at 09:24:52 AM 
Started by Green_giraffe - Last post by Green_giraffe
Hi ladies,

Im after some advice as i am starting to get wound up and feel like my bosses dont care.

Im a live in nanny in a detached house in London. I have been in my job for almost 2 years. Over this time the garden door has occasionally been left unlocked, and when iv mentioned it mb has been apologetic and said they would double check it.
But over the last few weeks it is being left unlocked a lot, 1 night it was even left open a little. On thursday night i wrote a note (as i often had) saying that it was open and also said that everyone must lock it after coming in because i for sure dont want to wake up to find the house burgled (a house on our street was burgled feb holidays). For the first time nothing was said about it!

This morning i found the door once again unlocked and have txt both mb and db saying that we need to sit down and have a serious talk about it.

How do i get my bosses to understand how serious this is!?

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 on: Today at 09:12:47 AM 
Started by bubbles12 - Last post by bubbles12
Hi

Any maternity nurses out there who have gotten ill after catching something off one of their charges? If there are I'm after some advice so please pm me.

Thanks

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 on: Today at 07:28:24 AM 
Started by Selly - Last post by rugbycomet
I am doing a first aid course with them for the next two days but not in London.  It's been a very long time since I did any training as I've been out of nannying for a while.  Do you know if I need to take anything with me ie pens etc ?
Thanks for any help.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:39:57 PM 
Started by Sweet Caroline - Last post by Sweet Caroline
I've Read a French Affair.
We read it for our last months book club read.
I thought that it was ok but nothing remarkable

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 on: Yesterday at 07:34:13 PM 
Started by PhilippaK - Last post by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman
If it's just for occasional work then I don't think it's worth it. It would be a rare family who stashed childcare vouchers when they didn't use childcare and if you're temping to cover a child or nanny's illness the vouchers are most likely going to them anyway.

Above what you would reasonably be expected to have it's 103 to register plus the DBS. Billing the ad job families just wouldn't work IMO so you'd need a higher hourly rate to absorb the cost

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 on: Yesterday at 06:34:00 PM 
Started by PhilippaK - Last post by Testarossa
It cost 103 and an extra 52 for the DBS check. Plus the cost of first aid and insurance. I paid for first aid and ins and split the cost of the ofsted and DBS with my bosses. No real benefit to the nanny, but guess it does make you slightly more employable to those parents who want to use vouchers.

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 on: Yesterday at 04:25:58 PM 
Started by PhilippaK - Last post by butterfly j
I would get ofsted reg as most families ask for it now! My bosses pay my ofsted fee of 103, I pay my ins! Aprox 65 a yr

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 on: Yesterday at 04:13:10 PM 
Started by PhilippaK - Last post by PhilippaK
Hi there

Just wondering how much it costs to become ofsted reg? My family who I nanny for didn't require me to be however I am looking for additional occasional work, would you ask the family who wants you to be reg to split the cost?

Thanks
Philippa

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 on: Yesterday at 02:25:06 PM 
Started by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman - Last post by rosie doll
I only have an 11 yr old to wake up. Usually I knock on her door say quite loudly "ARE YOU AWAKE" if I get no response I go in and open curtains loudly till she moves. Then I make sure I talk to her about what's happening that day till she is coherent  Grin

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 on: Yesterday at 02:24:09 PM 
Started by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman - Last post by maisy mouse
I also was going to say maybe an earlier bed time would help. Hopefully then they will naturally wake earlier.
Open curtains and potter about gettibg things ready. Usually theyre stirring then so will say good morning etc

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