The Nanny you employ should be willing to be responsible for everything relating to the children, such as dressing, bathing and preparing nutritious meals for the children, organizing their ‘play-dates’; outings to the zoo/park and other age applicable social activities supervising & assisting with homework. She will be expected to create a safe environment in which to develop your children to their full potential through educational games, painting, reading and other forms of play.
The Nanny should expect to organise the children’s belongings, which includes tidying up/cleaning toys after playing, cleaning the kitchen after preparing meals or any other messy activities and of course ensuring that the children’s bedrooms and bathroom are clean and tidy. She will wash and iron the children’s clothes and ensure they are clean and presentable on all occasions. A nanny is not expected to do heavy housework, family cooking or any other chores unless agreed before the position is accepted.