Joanna Smith – A Notable Nannies Nanny In London Dulwich

My name is Joanna Smith, and I am a London based nanny living in Croydon, and until recently I was working in Dulwich in South London. My love for children began from a very young age and my sister was also a massive inspiration as she also trained to be a nanny and I loved to see what she had achieved when she came home from college during her training. I remember thinking I want to do that, to be part of giving a child the best opportunities in life. I very quickly developed a real love & passion for helping children reach the best of their abilities and I feel so honoured & privileged to be a part of that journey in a child’s life, working as a nanny in London. Read more

How To Get The Best Support When Engaging The Services of A High Quality, Professional London Nanny Agency

Being a parent is one of the best things ever. The creation of a small person who will rely on you to care for them, to love and nurture them, to guide, encourage and support them and keep them headed in the right direction, and to grow up to be the best person they can ever be! Therefore choosing a nanny is a big decision for a family looking for childcare, and hiring the correct nanny agency is a big deal of a decision and, a decision that should not be made lightly.

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Life As A London Nanny Living In Balham Amidst A Global COVID-19 Pandemic

As for many around the world, for me, the news of Coronavirus Covid–19 spreading globally brought with it fear, uncertainty, confusion and anxiety. Just before lockdown was announced on March 23rd 2020, I’d walk with fellow nannies in the park and our discussions quickly turned to what was on it’s way to us – we’d all watched the daily briefings from the British Government & seen the stark headlines printed in the London Evening Standard, we watched as European countries around us had started to implement a lockdown and we would speculate on what was going to happen in the UK, to our families, to our nanny families, to us, and what the rules would be. Discussions had already started between nannies and the families they worked for – some were gearing up to leave London with their nanny families and move in with them in their second homes, others worried for their own health and the health of their family members and had to have difficult conversations about possibly taking time off. Nannies had started to weigh up what was most important, maintaining a salary and caring for their nanny children or maintaining the health of themselves and all those around them, including the families they work for.

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