Become an after school nanny and earn around your schedule
Flexible afternoon hours
Work around your existing commitments with a part time job just a few afternoons a week.
Get up to £600* a month
You get £9 p/h, so fitting a few hours into your week means you can top up your bank balance.
Work with a local family
We'll find you a nearby family to work with, so there's no long commute.
Local families are looking for help
Thousands of London families are looking for local people from the community to help look after their children after school. Collecting the kids from school around 3pm, you'll take them back to their house to play with them and help with homework until the parents can make it home from work.
Free training provided
We've built an online training course to help you learn everything you need to know, and we run free first aid sessions too.
Join a real community
We've trained over 4,000 nannies in London who share tips, and help each other out.
A genuinely fun job
Getting to look after children makes this such a fun and rewarding job, and no two days are ever the same.
How to get a job with Koru Kids
- Fill in our simple application form, it only takes 3 minutes
- You'll be sent a link to our online training course, this normally take about 90 minutes to complete
- We'll do some background checks, whilst you build a profile on our platform
- We'll introduce you to local families, and you'll meet up to get to know the children and parents
We're on a mission
There's a shortage of childcare available to working parents in London which is why we're so keen to train up new after school nannies to help lighten the load. It's our mission to improve the wellbeing of a million families in the next few years, and we need Londoners to help us solve the problem parents face with after school care. By finding great after school care it can reduce the stress on the whole family, and allows working parents to make easier life choices, and even stay in careers they love.
* The top 10% of our nannies get £589 per month on average