This help centre article has been written for the Koru Kids nanny service

No! Nanny shares come in all shapes and sizes and really depend on what works for each family. For example, two families could share one nanny for all 5 days a week, or one family could employ the nanny for 5 days a week while the other family only employs them for 3 of those days.

However, in order for the arrangement to be classified as a nanny share there must be some hours that are shared by both families. Bear in mind, for the hours that aren’t shared, one family would be paying the standard £13.50-£16.50 per hour rate, as opposed to the £9 per hour shared care rate.

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