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 on: March 26, 2017, 11:46:49 PM 
Started by helcal - Last post by helcal
NannyPalooza UK - where fun and learning meet
Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th November 2017

A conference created for nannies

Your registration includes: 
Arrival Tea and Coffee Break an Mid Morning Tea on Saturday
Lunch Saturday
Arrival Tea and Coffee Break and Mid Morning Tea on Sunday
6 workshops with 2 choices in most time slots
Networking, fun and more! 
Nannypalooza is known for it's inclusive and welcoming atmosphere. Our workshops have a "learn it today, use it tomorrow" philosophy so you will head back to work with loads of inspiration and new ideas. 
Affordable, high quality training
Regular Registration      149  from March 2nd through October 31st 
Late Registration           229   from Nov 1st as space allows

Kathryn Mewes Channel 4's Three day Nanny will be the keynote speaker.

The Truth About Teething
Oral Care for Infants and Under Fives


Schemas and the characteristics of effective learning
Aims:
To provide delegates with a deeper understanding of the complexities involved in schematic exploration and how these link directly to how children become engaged and sustained in their self chosen activities.
Course outline:
*Schemas and the links with the characteristics of effective learning
*Understanding schema concepts
*Understanding How children use their exploratory play as a starting point to extend their schematic explorations
*Extending children's investigations so that they can be represented symbolically
*Developing children's schematic interests in cause and effect
*Developing and extending children's language and thought through schema
Delegates will learn how to:
Support children's development particularly in how they represent their actions and symbolic ideas, thought and action through using all of their senses to find out about the things that interest them.
Audience: practitioners working in the field on early years with children aged 0-7 years.

Singing and Musical Activities to Support Communication and Language Development.
Aims and objectives - Delegates will have opportunities to:
*Explore how music can be used to support the development of language and communication.
*Learn songs and activities to explore the important role that music can play in the development of language and communication.
*Be involved practically in this workshop style session and have an opportunity to look at film footage of children communicating through musical play and the use of musical instruments.
Audience: All Early Childhood Educators

Bringing Home Baby: Supporting The Family Through This Transition
Bringing home a newborn is a fun and exciting time, but when there are siblings in the home, it also can be a challenging time for both parents and nannies. In this workshop, we will take a look at best practices to ensure minimal stress and maximum success for families with an older sibling (and pets!) as the "bump" becomes a real-life baby that is not "going back".


Positive Discipline- Practical Tools for Nanny.

The Pre Schooler Fussy Eating Epidemic: NOT An Insurmountable Problem!

Fussy eating expert Natasha Gavin of I Know Why It's Yum, Mum! (www.iknowwhyitsyummum.com) has worked with thousands of young children over the last 5 years, including on a 1-2-1 basis with many children (3-10 yrs old) with 'fussy eating' (or 'tricky eating' as she prefers to call it) issues.
There's More To Books: How to Bring Stories to Life! 
Interactive and fun workshop sharing books and activities on how to use stories as tools for learning in all areas. How to nanny and teach while still doing the laundry/cooking and general routine! Join Kathryn Lord, nanny and author of There's More To Books Than Reading for this wonderful workshop. 

Workshops also in the works! ​
Planning for the Busy Nanny: Hands on ideas to keep kids engaged
Resources on Employment Issues: Contracts and more!
Taxes- what you need to know

Go to www.nannypaloozauk.com  to book your ticket to this amazing 2 day conference

If you need more information contact helen@nannypaloozauk.com

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 on: March 26, 2017, 05:37:40 PM 
Started by EllaMoo75 - Last post by JackieB
I used to do a lot of temp work, I went through a few London agency's, yes I got to travel a bit.

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 on: March 26, 2017, 05:33:54 PM 
Started by laurabee22 - Last post by JackieB
I agree with what's the others have said, if you don't ask you will never know. Ask for 12 an hour, they can always knock you down a bit, at least it will be more than your on now.. good luck 😀

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 on: March 21, 2017, 08:02:54 AM 
Started by laurabee22 - Last post by EllaMoo75
Definitely, ask to have a chat and explain.  Just start off by saying how much you adore the children and the job and would they consider a pay rise as you have been there for some time and it would be so appreciated.  It does not sound unreasonable at all especially as you have been there for a year.

EM

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 on: March 19, 2017, 06:36:04 PM 
Started by laurabee22 - Last post by tigger
My view is if you don't ask you don't get. They may offer you less or get what you asked for.

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 on: March 19, 2017, 10:10:21 AM 
Started by laurabee22 - Last post by laurabee22
Hello all,
I have been in my job for a year and as per my contract I plan to ask for a pay review in the coming weeks.
I saw the job on gum tree and at interview was asked how much I needed as a wage. I loved the family and without really thinking said 10nph which, as it turned out, was less than their current nanny and less than my previous wage. Yes I was a fool! Annoyingly after I accepted I was also sent the job by an agency who also advertised it as 12nph! Sigh!
Aaaaanyway I have been really struggling on my current wage and would like to ask for the 12nph but I feel super uncomfortable asking them for money. I absolutely love the family and I know they are happy with me. Do you think it's a reasonable request? The percentage increase is high but do you think it's worth a try if they were willing to offer that wage in the first place
...

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 on: March 17, 2017, 02:07:27 PM 
Started by Bluebird - Last post by ggina
Hello! I am a nanny in Tooting so not far from Streaham. I'm looking after a 2year old and 4.5 year old. Feel free to  me - always good to meet new nannies! X

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 on: March 13, 2017, 08:26:14 PM 
Started by verakl - Last post by verakl
Hello! I study and work as a nanny in cambridge (my work is in Cb24) and I would like to meet other nannies in the area. Smiley

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 on: March 09, 2017, 08:08:45 AM 
Started by EllaMoo75 - Last post by EllaMoo75
Thanks LLL

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 on: March 07, 2017, 01:39:03 PM 
Started by EllaMoo75 - Last post by LLL2007
some of the big London agencies have 'dedicated' TEMP desks - so they are probably one of the best bets.

Have a look at the agencies listed on the nanny job main site and the roles agencies have available


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