Hi! I'm a student at the University of Kent, studying English and American Literature and Creative Writing. I turn nineteen next month, and although I haven't looked after children professionally often, I have done so more often for cousins, nephews, and nieces. The youngest child I have looked after by myself was 3 months old, and the oldest, 16 years old. I have also mentored younger students at my secondary school where I was Head Girl.
I have found that one of the hardest jobs while caring for a child is keeping them entertained, but I pride myself on managing to keep them from getting bored, especially mentally active children, as I enjoy telling stories.
I am aware of the fact that leaving ones children with a stranger is completely nerve wracking, especially if you're away, and would be willing to sit down with the parents/guardians for a personal introduction, or so whatever necessary to make them feel at ease.
I am willing to work early or late, on short notice.
Partial / after school care
Professionnal qualification (OFSTEO, certificate or diploma in childcare education, etc.)
|Experience||Family Experience: care for siblings, cousins.|
|Already looked after children||
less than 6 months
6 months to 1 year
over 6 years
Homework Help :
Yes, primary and secondary school
Cook for children : Yes, I can
Help with housework / Ironing : Of course, I'm always helpful around the house!
Shehrbano can provide references from recent employers
Ms. Khan was someone I knew from school, and she babysat for my brother. Because my parents are frequently traveling, I'm left to look after him a lot. When I need to leave the house, I needed someone to take care of him, and I can say that she delivered as expected. She has a way with children and got him to calm down when even I couldn't. Her best qualities are her attention to detail, her carefulness, her attitude and her ability to get the job done. She took excellent care of him and he wouldn't stop asking for her every time we needed a sitter. I would heavily recommend her for any child care/tutoring job.
To Babysit, for just one or two hour it would be 7 pounds, but for more than three, 5.50 pounds an hour, and for ten or more, 4 pounds.
For part-time care, after 5, or more continuous hours, the last is free! For example, if you want 6 hours, you would only have to pay for the first 5.