For hours where the nanny looks after both families’ children (shared care hours) the cost for each family is £9 per hour.

For hours where the nanny looks after only one family’s children (sole care hours) the cost is the standard £13 per hour.

The nanny gets £11 per hour for shared care and £9 per hour for sole care.

The hourly rate is per family (not per child) and covers:

Our upfront service:

  • The recruitment, vetting and training of your nanny
  • Your nanny’s training which includes a Koru Kids boot camp and a First Aid course
  • An enhanced DBS check
  • Drafting your employment contract

Your obligations as an employer:

  • Your nanny’s wages
  • Their holiday pay 
  • Any required pension set-up, administration and pension contributions
  • Any employer and employee national insurance contributions
  • Managing and running monthly payroll 
  • Advanced cover against sick/maternity pay administration if required (meaning you won’t be charged in the unlikely event your nanny needs to claims those) (find out more here)

Ongoing support:

  • Your nanny can complete a personalised “top-up” first aid course at any time if your family have any specific areas you’d like your nanny to cover
  • Your nanny will join an online community where they can access support from other nannies
  • We’ll regularly send your nanny activity and recipe ideas to support them in their role
  • Your nanny can access one-to-one guidance from our team of ex-primary school teachers and nannies. This could be some support with settling in or advice on helping with homework
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