Current Advice During COVID-19

Government advice allows nannies to take care of children, including in a nanny share, as long as neither household has someone with symptoms of COVID-19.You can find out more here

Help local families with childcare

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Do rewarding, purposeful part-time work

You'll play a key role helping a working family and form close bonds with children. Give back while having fun.

Work locally to where you live

We'll find you a local family. No more long commutes.

Hours that work for you

A few hours a week, full-days or a few half days a week. Families need different amounts of childcare. We'll help you find the families that work for you.

You'll get £9 to £13 per hour

You’ll get between £9 and £13 per hour (including holiday pay) depending on your childcare experience. Find out more about pay at Koru Kids here.


Your pay

You’ll start on between £9 and £12 per hour (including holiday pay) depending on your previous childcare experience.

You can also earn more the longer you work as a Koru Kids nanny. You’ll get an extra 50p per hour after only 6 months of working with us, and a further 50p per hour after 12 months if your feedback from families is good.

Read more about pay at Koru Kids.

The Application Process

Apply Online

Complete our short online application form [3 mins]

Phone Interview

If you're successful we'll call you for a phone interview the next working day [10 minutes]


Complete our interactive online training. Find out everything you need to know to succeed as an after school nanny [90 minutes]

Find a Family

We'll match you with a great local family. You'll get to meet them first to make sure it's the right role for you

Meet our nannies

Don't just take our word for it

Read more customer testimonials

Here's a job that I'm qualified to do and that I enjoy. The hours suit me too! I had worked in a primary school and previously cared for my grandsons. Koru Kids introduced me to my family. We are getting along really well, and I'm even learning about horses!

- Grandmother of two