Maternity Nurse & Nanny Agency London

Fulham Nannies are always looking for quality childcare professionals who can work in London

If you're a Maternity Nurse or a Nanny looking for or considering your next position our nanny agency service is ready to help you every step of the way.

Working with children is a challenging but rewarding career.

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Fulham Nannies can help you find either temporary or permanent work as a nanny, and connect maternity nurses with jobs supporting families with newborns in London.

Useful Info For Childcare Professionals

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We interview all our maternity nurses and nannies face-to-face before we can place you on our agency registry.

We're completely confident that our agency can help you in your search to find good nanny and maternity positions that you'll adore.

Good Nannies and Maternity Nurses Are Our Cornerstone

We recognise that we can only be as successful as our own candidates.

Naturally, we can only select the best nannies and maternity nurses onto our nanny agency register

How We Do Select Candidates?

A range of factors are taken into account in the way we choose candidates, invariably we look for childcare professionals who are reliable and qualified, or sufficiently experienced, love working with children, and can provide the following confirmable information:

  • Minimum two years of childcare experience
  • Minimum of two fully checkable references from previous employers
  • Minimum of two proofs of identity: Passport, Drivers Licence, Birth Certificate, Work Permits/Visas.
  • Current and valid DBS Check (formerly CRB) or appropriate international police checks
  • Inspection of original childcare certificate(s) of qualification and other relevant certificates
  • Up-to-date Paediatric First Aid Training certificate (or willing to undertake an Paediatric First Aid Course)
  • Full UK working rights (full valid UK work visa)
  • Fluent in English language
  • Ofsted Registered or willing to register (desirable but not mandatory)
  • Clean driving licence valid in the UK (desirable but not mandatory)
fulham nanny agency owner

Moira Walsh

Childcare Recruitment Consultant | London

We pride ourselves on being able to offer helpful advice and support to all our candidates, whether you are in the early stages of your professional career and simply seek another opinion to be clear about your skills and strengths, or want assistance with how to improve your CV, or obtain advice on interview techniques, contracts of employment, holiday entitlements, or wish to develop your career as a private maternity nurse or nanny.

Got a question?

I'm always happy to provide any advice or support that I can, so if you'd like to talk over your next career move, or have any burning questions please feel free to contact me today.

Call me at

020 7736 8289

Further Useful Info For Childcare Professionals


Fulham Nannies Recommends Nanny Link For Training Opportunities


Nanny Link (Training) Ltd is an independent Training, development and consultancy specialising in childcare. Offering training for Common core skills enabling Ofsted registration. We opened in 1996 and have been helping local nannies and families offering personal and professional help for Nannies and Nurseries. We can offer the assurances of over 30 years of experience Margaret who is the founder of Nanny Link is NNEB trained, has worked as a Nanny, Personnel Management, recruitment and a working parent who employed a Nanny. We work with Nanny agencies offering training to their nannies and we have links to their sites so parents and nannies are able to source employment via a reputable agency. Our work extends to The Association of Nanny agencies (ANA)

Training Programmes

Many professionals who have worked in the caring environment such as nursery, teaching, nursing, care, maternity and playgroups often like to look at nanny work as an job choice, it can also be ideal for mums or child-minders who wish to utilise their skills and work in a family home as a nanny. Our training can offer the understanding, requirements, and knowledge to transfer those skills to become a Nanny. Those who have been working as nannies have come to us who have no formal qualifications but wish to show their continued professional development when attending interview. Professional Nanny Training course is perfect for this and cost effective.

We offer a selection of training to nannies and families

  • Professional Nanny Training Cache endorsed learning programme
  • Ofsted approved using common core skills so nannies can become ofsted registered
  • Employability ( becoming a nanny and skills and employment opportunities)
  • Individual modular training programmes for nannies and families.

Commitment to our training

Our courses run: full days, evenings and sessional options please see our training available. We have the flexibility for learners to interact with us via video link so training can be more flexible in time and days meaning training is never impossible and can be done from your home. Unlike internet training we are speaking with you and able to answer queries. Our certificates are FREE no charge once you have completed the training. Many companies offer free training but you have to pay to gain the certificate.

What is unique to Nanny Link Training is that all trainers are qualified in childcare and have worked as nannies offering both practical and theory learning. Every successful learner will gain a certificate to show potential parents and able to register with Ofsted. (First Aid Training is also required in addition to gain Ofsted registration.

We deliver a friendly, interactive, and productive class environment. Our focus is to offer face to face interaction with our learners so you can learn from our own experiences but also have the opportunity to discuss matters in the classroom with us there.


Please bring the following with you when you visit our nanny agency for your registration interview. Please note you cannot be fully registered with Fulham Nannies and introduced to families until these documents have been verified:

  • Documents that prove that you can work in the UK legally
  • At least two documents proving your identity (passport, ID card, driving licence, birth certificate, work permit, visas)
  • Proof of any qualifications and any other relevant certificates
  • Your current and valid DBS Check (formerly CRB) or equivalent international police check
  • At least two references from previous employers or education establishment as appropriate, with their contact details
  • Up to date Curriculum Vitae (which must include: location of employment, ages of children you cared for, a full list of your duties, length of employment and reason for leaving)


For a family hiring a maternity nurse or hiring a nanny it is a very important decision and families take it seriously. First and foremost they are looking for somebody that is qualified, experienced, professional, trustworthy, polite, and dependable.

If you are invited to an interview arrive early and dress professionally

Below is a list of important tips that you need to keep in mind when interviewing so you can be sure to make the best impression possible:

  • Prepare answers to standard questions - such as why you want the job, why you work with children, and what your strengths and weaknesses are.
  • Be prompt and on time, or arrive a few minutes early!
  • Dress professionally. Jeans are acceptable with a nice blouse or shirt. Don't wear anything too suggestive and make sure your clothes are child friendly, e.g. flat shoes,. Being neat, clean, and presentable is essential.
  • If the family's children are participating at the interview, interact with them to show that you truly care.
  • Smile and make eye contact with the family and the children, shake hands, and thank the parents for the opportunity to interview with them.
  • If you don't understand a question, ask for clarification! don't try to answer a question you don't understand.
  • Be prepared to ask a few questions of the interviewer which show that you are interested and want to make sure the job will be a good fit for both of you.
  • Be prepared to provide references.
  • Ask the employer when they plan on making a decision and/or when you might expect to hear from them.

Hope you found these suggestions useful.

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Written statement of employment particulars

Employees are entitled to receive a statement of their employment particulars within two months of starting work. This sets out your main employment terms, including the job description, pay, hours of work and any disciplinary or grievance procedures your employer has.

What a written statement of employment particulars is

If you are an employee who has been employed for longer than one month , you should receive a written statement of employment particulars. Your employer has a duty to give you this within two months of you starting work. It still applies even if you will only be working for them for two months.

The statement sets out in writing some of your main employment terms, known as the 'principal statement'. It will not necessarily cover all of your employment terms and may cover only the ones your employer has a duty to include.

Principal statement

Your employer must provide you with some of your employment details in one single document. This is known as the 'principal statement' and must include.

  • your name and your employer's name
  • your job title or a brief job description
  • the date when your employment began
  • your pay rate and when you will be paid
  • your hours of work
  • your holiday entitlement
  • where you will be working (if you are based in more than one place it should say this along with your employer's address)
  • sick pay arrangements
  • notice periods
  • information about disciplinary and grievance procedures
  • any collective agreements that affect your employment terms or conditions
  • pensions and pension schemes
  • if you are not a permanent employee how long your employment is expected to continue, or if you are a fixed term worker the date your employment will end

If your employer does not offer one of the terms that must be set out in the written statement (such as a pension scheme), they must say that it is not offered in your written statement. Your employer cannot just leave it out.

The written statement must be clear and correct. You cannot be dismissed for asking for a written statement.