What is an Au Pair?
Teacher. Coach. Friend. Tucker-inner. When we think about what
an au pair offers a family, it is hard to simply label their role
as "childcare", or "kind of like a nanny" - because it is about so
much more than a job. By definition an au pair is a live-in nanny,
but the relationship they develop with our little ones defies a
classification - they become your child's best friend, their number
one supporter and ultimately, a new member of a family.
An au pair provides in-home, dedicated childcare. The word
itself comes from the French meaning "on par" or "equal to". Living
with your family for up to a year, an au pair joins your family to
bond with the children and provide love and stability in the place
where it matters most - the child's home.
Because your children are too precious to leave with just
anyone, all of our au pairs undergo a screening process before they
begin speaking with potential host families. Our au pair early learning
programme focusses on providing a safe learning environment,
ensuring each child gets the attention and support they need in
their early years, helping them grow into curious and