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Full or Part-time Nanny

Full and Part-time Nannies

We know that sometimes you need flexibility and that is why we have a range of nannies looking for both full-time and part-time positions. A Part-time Nanny is ideal if you are at home or the children will be away (for example living with another parent) for part of the week. Full-time hours tend to be 4 or 5 days a week. A Live-out Nanny will cover 50 hours per week, and a Live-in Nanny can cover 60 hours per week. A Part-time Nanny tends to work 1,2 or 3 days a week. It is up to you to liaise with your nanny and discuss your requirements.

What is a Full-time and Part-time Nanny?

A Part-time Nanny works fewer hours than a Full-time Nanny, often 1, 2 or 3 days a week, or 5 days a week but limited hours. There are many reasons that you might want a Part-time Nanny. It could be that your children are all at school and you need someone to pick them up in the afternoon and look after them until you return. This would involve picking up from school, getting an afternoon snack, assisting with homework, taking to after school activities and giving them dinner. Depending on the time you get home, it might mean bathing and putting your children to bed.


A Full-time Nanny is similar to a Live-out Nanny but works on a full-time basis, often Monday to Friday.

The Duties of a Live-in Nanny

The duties can differ slightly depending on whether the Nanny is Part-time, Full-time or Live-in, but can include things such as taking your children to and from school or nursery, feeding them, and helping with homework. Duties can also include washing, ironing and mending the children’s clothes, washing their bedding when necessary, organising stimulating activities, such as outings and playdates and taking the children to appointments such as the doctors or dentist. The nanny will act as a caregiver and be there for emotional, social and intellectual needs.

Key Responsibilities of a Full-time or Part-time Nanny

Get the children up in the morning
Get the children ready for school
Feed the children fresh and nutritious food
Plan meals and a weekly shopping list for the children
Wash, iron and mend children’s clothes
Wash and change children’s bedding when needed
Organise stimulating activities and arrange playdates
Keep the kitchen, nursery and bathroom tidy after use
Ensure the children have fresh air and exercise
Taking and picking up from school

Taking to after school clubs
Help with the childrens’ homework
Attend school events or trips if needed
Take children to the doctor and dental appointments
Pick up prescriptions and ensure medication is taken
Purchase childrens’ clothing as required
Create a happy and relaxed environment for the children
Be loving and kind but firm when required
Make the children feel safe
Report back to the parents how the children have been each day


How do I find a Part-time or Full-time Nanny?

If you are looking for a Surrey Part-time nanny or Full-time nanny, or one in Hampshire, Berkshire, other close counties or London, we have a number of candidates who would be suitable. Please get in touch via email or telephone and we can answer any questions that you may have.

Contact Annie’s Nannies

Ask a question or book an appointment to discuss our nanny agency service using the form below.

01252 265282 / 07949 540794

59 Skylark Pl, Farnham, GU9 9FR


Annie’s Nannies is fully insured.
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