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Our Kent office of the Nanny Agency is run by Sara Al-Rabee, Nutkin Nannies Kent covers Kent and East Surrey and surrounding areas.
Sara comes from a large family with children of a wide age range and has inside knowledge of how to create a harmonious home. Sara is a highly experienced Night Nanny and has been helping families with sleep training and routines for a decade, she knows the importance of a calm and relaxed home environment and has helped many parents enjoy the rewards of a full night’s sleep.
Sara has special needs experience and understands that all children are different with wonderful qualities, she knows how to bring the best out in children and can recognise the nannies that have this same ability.
Children are unique and irreplaceable and having also been a nanny she knows the high expectations of the families for quality of care and so endeavours to provide the highest standard of nanny to each family. All Nannies are met in person and paperwork and references thoroughly checked before being forwarded for any position and where possible, families are met in the comfort of their own home to discuss their requirements in more detail. We provide live-in and Live-out, Temporary or Permanent, Maternity Nurses and Night Nannies. Sara also runs her own successful First Aid Training company which compliments the services offered by Nutkin. We work closely with Parental Choice for payroll and contract services to offer you a complete package. Call us on 01932 565623 or alternatively complete this short enquiry form and we will be in touch as soon as possible. Nutkin Au Pair is a placement agency covering the whole of United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland with most candidates preferring placements in London or Dublin. Our candidates all come from the EU or who are elligible for the Tier 5 (Youth Mobility Scheme) visa.
Preferably a 2 weeks settling period is organised with either one of the parents, or the previous au pair.
Once we receive their full application with the above documents, the candidates are interviewed via Skype. If they have childcare references or a previous au pair family, we will ask to speak to them at the minimum via emails. EU candidates come from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and sometimes from the UK. Volunteers at a charity devoted to helping find vulnerable adults and missing children in Surrey have been nominated for the Croydon Champions team of the year. The team are trained to find and give first-aid to anyone who is reported missing or lost, whether it is an elderly person suffering from dementia, or a lost young child. The crew work alongside highly-trained search dogs, each of which is a domestic pet who has been trained over two years to search for people using air-scenting. The charity are funding purely by donations, and all team members give their time and petrol money for free.

The team were nominated by Kirsty Pearce, from New Addington, after she experienced their help first hand when they helped look for a missing friend. She said: "What SurSaR do is amazing and they provide an invaluable service working alongside the police force providing extra service and help. Speaking about their nomination, SurSAR crew member, Andy MacAuley, said: "It is fantastic news we have been nominated for the Croydon Champions award. This website and associated newspapers adhere to the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Editors' Code of Practice.
So I came up with a list of necessities, and a list of things you definitely don’t need to bring. First of all you need a good quality suitcase because believe me, it will get thrown about by the airline staff. The reason I told you not to even fill it half way is that you will be going home with more than what you left with, it’s nearly impossible not to shop while living in another country. You need to bring enough clothes to last about 2 weeks in case you can’t go shopping the first weekend. Also try to only bring outfits, it is very likely that if you bring tops and trousers separately, you won’t end up wearing them if you don’t have anything to go with it. Make sure to take photo copies of the important documents with you in case you lose your documents. You might like to bring your favourites things, but remember you’re going on an adventure, to explore a new way of life, and trying local products is part of the fun. Make sure to pack enough of your prescription medications, should you need any, to cover the duration of your stay.
Spare phone if you want to have your UK and home country lines both working at the same time. Anything you feel you can do without for a day or two, don’t bring them and get them there, just make sure you have planned enough spending money. Attached to the practice, we have a full range of community staff, including district nurses, health visitors, midwives, treatment room nurses and community psychiatric nurses. Thames Ditton based creative director George Foster had an interesting day last Wednesday, directing a photographic session for the launch of Chris Evan’s charity drive in aid of Breast Cancer Care. Chris was inspired to do the charity drive as he owns the FAB1 number plate that featured for the first time in the Thunderbirds TV series back in the 60s. To promote the launch, George was drafted in to help art direct the photographic side of the promotional material. Later on, Chris was dressed as Parker the chauffeur and Mary Berry (of baking fame) took the part of Lady Penelope.
Chris Evans, Gary Barlow, Professor Brian Cox and James May are driving from Land’s End to John O’Groats in a pink Rolls-Royce with the same FAB1 number plate as Lady Penelope’s car in Thunderbirds to raise a FAB ?1million for Breast Cancer Care on Thursday 18 April.

If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please contact the editor here. I mean you’ll hopefully be there for quite a few months… You don’t want to bring too much because, of course, you will do some shopping while here, but at the same time, you don’t want to be caught without an essential item that you can’t buy locally.
When I left for USA as an Au Pair, even though I read lot of blog posts and articles, I still left with a large suitcase that was nearly full.
You will be bending down on the floor, climbing trees with the children, cooking with tomato sauce… You don’t want to damage precious items of clothing or shoes. But remember, your host family will have a washing machine, and as it is very likely you will be responsible to clean the children’s clothes, you will have plenty of opportunities to wash yours with theirs.
But bring things you don’t mind leaving behind when you get back home, because that way you can bring back the new clothing you bought as a priority in case if your suitcase is too small or too heavy to take it all back.
To bring creams you will definitely need and not find there, make sure they are packed in the suitcase that doesn’t come with you in the cabin or they WILL get thrown away at border control if over 100ml.
Just make sure they are not packed together in case you lose some then you don’t lose it all. As well you’re going to be in UK for several seasons, so what you might want to wear the first few weeks isn’t what you will wear in 6 months from now. Most airlines charge by the weight, unless it’s a carry-on bag to take in the plane with you, there is no size restriction.
You can usually pack up to 20-25kg, so the lighter your case, the more you can bring back with you, but it’s got to be sturdy.
I actually came home with 3 large cases, all of whom were bigger than the one I initially traveled with.
We had only a few hours to prepare the photography, get the celebrities into position and photograph them and then there was a huge group shot at the end of the session where over 50 Breast Cancer Care ladies all joined the celebrities.
Everything had been so well organised by the PR guys, Rolls Royce, the agency Partners Andrews Aldridge, and my old mate there, mastermind of the whole operation, Paul Snoxall who asked me to help out on the day.
This kit contains every possible product to deal with incidents at home within a smart green bag. The hard cases are usually quite strong and light weight so this is ideal, but you might find something even better, just watch out for good deals.

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