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Daily Spanish Speaking Nanny

Location: Hackney and Islington

Reference: CR-51930


N has been working with children since her arrival to the UK at the end of 2008. Upon working in different environments with different ages, she quickly found that what she loves the most is working one to one with the very young children. N is looking for a new role to enable longevity, starting with a young baby, where she can remain for the long term and offer commitment, dedication and love to a family. With sole care, she is most experienced with babies aged 6 months and above but would also love the opportunity to work with a younger baby on a shared care basis initially. Being a nanny allows N to create a close bond with the children in her care also gives me the freedom to create a routine and plan activities based on their own needs which she believes is key to raising happy children. N is a Spanish speaker, and loves being able to help children learn Spanish! N’s approach is very much influenced by the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), and she considers herself to have a ‘fair but firm’ approach with a belief in the importance for children to have boundaries. What N loves most about her role is being able to help families, and she is such a natural with children. She loves to help children reach their milestones and finds it so rewarding to see her work shine through in their development.

Mrs L: ‘N approaches her work with what seems to us based on the other nannies we have met, a very rare combination. She has brought a real seriousness about creating the best possible environment for our son but combines this with a very relaxed and easy-going attitude, which we really appreciate.’

Mr L: ‘we had the pleasure of employing N as our nanny for 1 year. During that time, she took sole responsibility for our daughter. She is the most creative, hardworking, diligent and fun nanny I have ever met. She has a very special combination of skills that creates a fun and educational experience for a child and leaves a parent fully relaxed that their child is safe and being looked after by someone who is serious and responsible.’


  • Non – Driver
  • DBS – October 2022
  • First aid from – October 2022
  • Happy to travel with a family
  • Pet friendly
  • Happy working in formal or informal homes
  • Happy working with other staff members

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • Spanish


  • 2018 – Cache Level 3 diploma for the Early Years Workforce (EARLY YEARS EDUCATOR) (QCF)
  • FCE (Cambridge First Certificate in English) exam of Cambridge
  • ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Level 2



  • Age preference with children: babies to enable longevity
  • Happy to care for up to 2 children
  • Comfortable with both sole and shared charge
  • Comfortable proxy parenting
  • Happy to babysit
  • General nursery duties (tidying up toys & children’s laundry)
  • planning, shopping and preparing healthy meals
  • Establishing a similar routine for both baby & toddler
  • Potty training
  • Weaning the baby
  • Tracking their development using a checklist (EYFS template)
  • Taking the babies to doctor’s appointments, activities, parks etc
  • Speaking in Spanish to both children
  • Arranging playdates, GP appointments, baby’s health checks
  • School/nursery runs
  • Helping with homework
  • Helping children at bath, brushing teeth, brushing hair etc
  • Creating stimulating environments for children to explore
  • Helping children to learn numeracy and language skills through games


  • Laundry for the children
  • Keeping kitchen tidy
  • Children’s housekeeping

Cooking, pets, travel

  • Cooking for the children (simple, basic, healthy meals)
  • Doing the food shopping
  • Happy to travel with family for holidays up to 2 weeks
  • Happy to work alongside pets in the home

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October 31, 2022

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