Our Story

For the last 17 years, we’ve been driven by a belief that After School Care is not just a tag-on to the end of the school day.

Our Mission

Our Mission

Support - To continue to support working families by making our service more affordable and expanding our reach.
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Our Ethos

Our Ethos

Success - Belief in the benefits of one to one support for children.
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Our Goals

Our Goals

Satisfaction - To raise awareness of the job of After School Nanny, improve employability and encourage more people who need part time work to enjoy the benefits and rewards of this vital role.
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Our Promise

Our Promise

Safety, Security and Sustainability - To make all our tried and trusted experience and guidance freely available to parents and nannies via our online service.
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‘I strongly believe that after school care should not be seen as a tag-on to the end of the school day. The hours before bedtime have to fulfil so many functions; happy, secure wind-down time, re-fuelling with good, nourishing food, structure and discipline for homework, music practice, reading and above all a loving and comforting environment for your child to share any concerns or worries from their day. As a mother, I would choose care in the home after school every time for my children over and above any other options. At After School Nannies we are driven by that ethos and strive to provide families with someone who can literally be in loco parentis.’

Elizabeth Rackow, CEO

Our Mission

Support - To continue to support working families by making our service more affordable and expanding our reach.

We all want the best for our children – particularly when we can’t be there to give it to them ourselves. We’ve been here for working families since 2003 and it’s always been our aim to enable parents to work, safe in the knowledge that their children are being cared for and nurtured at the end of the school day and during the holidays.

Our Ethos

Success - Belief in the benefits of one to one support for children.

We’ve always been passionate believers in the potential of out of school hours. Children in the UK spend between 13 and 19 weeks a year out of school. That’s between 91 and 133 days or between 2184 and 3192 hours… add in the hours at the end of the day and the weekends during term time and that’s….. well, that’s a lot of precious time. Managed well there’s no limit to what we adults can help our children achieve in those hours out of school.

Our Goals

Satisfaction - To raise awareness of the job of After School Nanny, improve employability and encourage more people who need part time work to enjoy the benefits and rewards of this vital role.

We know where to look and what qualities make the best candidates. Most of all, you can trust us to understand exactly what you’re looking for in your After School Nanny. We’ve also been guiding and empowering after school carers since 2003 and now more than ever we’re focused on raising the profile of the vital work they do, offering affordable training and up-skilling packages and improving employability (to build on personal strengths and talent and improve employability).

Our Promise

Safety, Security and Sustainability - To make all our tried and trusted experience and guidance freely available to parents and nannies via our online service.

We’ve partnered with Nannytax to offer the best, up to date employment advice and information. We are supported by Babyem in the provision of excellent Paediatric First Aid training and online development packages for nannies. We are registered with Civil & Corporate to provide access to reliable, efficient DBS checking for all our nannies and we work with Morton Michel to offer public liability insurance for families and nannies

To create a community focused on the best delivery of after school care and to resource that community with up to date policy/guidance, information and interesting views, reviews, recommendations and tips.

To continue to explore and expand our affordability and reach and find ways to work with the most disadvantaged children and families.