Parents

What We Do
Our services

We understand parents' childcare needs.

 

Our expertise in finding the right nanny for you comes from our personal experience.We are parents, we have been there and we are committed to doing our best to help you find your ideal candidate!

We love our Greek culture and language and we know the importance of keeping it alive for our children. You will love to see your children developing their Greek language skills and learning all about Greek traditions through play, with the help of our wonderful nannies and tutors.

 


Who is Greek Nannies suitable for?



• Greek families with children born outside Greece, who are keen to ensure that their children have a strong link with the Greek culture and language.

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​• Greek families who have recently relocated to London from Greece ​and are looking to make a smooth transition for their children.

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​• Half-Greek families ​keen to provide a multicultural education for their children. A Greek- speaking nanny would help develop their interest in the Greek culture and language.

 

​• Non Greek Familes that would like to have a nanny that appreciates strong family values.

 

We offer a range of services to meet our clients' needs:

​Live-in nanny

​Live-in nannies typically work between 10 and 12 hours per day, 5, 5.5 or 6 days per week. 

Babysitting (1-2 evenings per week) can also be agreed either included in the salary or as ad-hoc and additional pay.

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​Live-out nanny

(full-time)

​Full-time nannies typically work 10 to 12 hours per day, 5 days per week.

Babysitting (1-2 evenings) can also be agreed and is typically paid on top of the salary.

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​Live-out nanny

(part-time)

Part time nannies typically work between 15-35 hours per week. A part-time nanny may work half or full days depending on the job requirements and the weekly hours may be spread across 2-5 days per week.

 

​After-school nanny

​An after-school nanny typically cares for children aged four years and over.

After-school nannies typically work in the afternoon, 3-5 hours per day. 

Greek language tutor  

Greek language tutors typically hold a degree in teaching/education and have experience in tutoring either as private tutors or at schools. 

​A tutor's duty would be to teach your child/children how to speak and/or write Greek.

​They would typically work max 3 hours per week but that would greatly depend on each family's specific requirements.  

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