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How to find a french nanny?

(7 Posts)
MGMidget Sat 09-Feb-13 13:03:42

Try and look in petite annonces under the 'famille' section.

CharlieMad Wed 06-Feb-13 12:59:24

We found our live in French nanny at Little Ones. We are an English speaking family and we unable to test the level of French of the nannies we interviewed. The consultants there are French themselves and very knowledgable on the industry so I felt very confident in their advice on selecting a nanny.

BlandineN Wed 18-Jul-12 22:02:16

Thank you very much for your help!

Stateofplay Wed 18-Jul-12 14:43:59 ... lots of French and French-speaking nannies (as well as Au Pairs) on there. Worth paying the registration fee for a month.

Annesouk Mon 16-Jul-12 23:19:31

Hi just check on this website - it's an agency specialised in bilingual nannies smile
I'm a french nanny myself and it's a really good agency!

chocolatecrispies Sun 15-Jul-12 09:08:36

Try gumtree. Worked for us with our Spanish nanny.

BlandineN Sat 14-Jul-12 22:22:06

Hi, we are looking for a french nanny to look after our 2 children (3 and 5). I find it difficult to get my children to speak french to me (although DH and I are both french). I think it would help to have a french nanny. However, I am not sure how to find a french nanny. I would be so grateful if you could give me any advices you might have (We live in West London).

Thank you.

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