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Do you need after school childcare in N11? (or around)

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SofieD · 16/07/2007 21:03

I'm experienced in the field - been looking after 2 boys (5 and 8) for the past school year. Loving the job but seeking to find similar employment 3-4 days a week a bit closer to home (N11 - Holy Park or St John's school ideal/ will consider other schools of course) - I would be bringing my 2 year old son with me. I love playing games with the children and all that. I'm basically just a full-time mum wanting to earn a bit of cash until I start a course in September 2008 so could commit for the whole of the 2007-2008 academic year. The reason I want to move from my current employment as an after-school nanny is also because I'm required to do things like the washing/ washing up etc,... I'm looking for somewhere where my duties won't extend beyong cooking dinner and playing games with the kids. I just want to be honest about it here as I'm a full-time mum having to do too much washing/ cleaning at my own house and I don't see myself as a typical 'nanny' in that sense. (I'm doing a PGCE in September 2008) so if you're happy with a full-time experienced mum who loves kids, who will enrich your childs' lives but who won't do your dirty linen then please give me a call. (I'm happy to work up to 7pm -7.30pm and can do longer days during the school holidays). I basically just want to earn some money whilst 'waiting to do my PGCE' in September 2008 - gaining more child care experience along the way. I do have to give 6 weeks notice at my current job, so hope to hear from you soon. Thanks for reading all of this anyway.

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