Hello there,

We are currently changing and re-planning the way GrandNanny operates. You may still register your interest but your registration will not be processed until a later date.

Our updated operation will launch later in Spring/Summer.

The GrandNanny team

Grandnanny is here to make childcare more flexible, local and rewarding.

To do this, we’re bringing together two groups of people who can really help each other.

Working parents. We know that child care is important to you and it takes up lots of valuable brain-space. You want an experienced pair of hands who will turn up on time, be flexible on hours, and stay with your family for longer. And with less of the time consuming recruitment and paperwork.

Midlife and Older neighbours. Whether approaching retirement, looking to start working again, or transitioning to something new, we know it can be daunting. We’re here to help you every step of the way with interview advice, enhanced DBS checks, first aid training, safe-guarding support and social groups. It’s our goal to make sure you feel included and rewarded.

Increasing Accessibility

In the future, we’re going to make one-on-one afterschool childcare accessible to even more families. That’s why our not for profit arm will partner voluntary Grandnannies with families who are eligible for Pupil Premium.

The Serious Bit

The gender pension gap is a real issue caused by periods of time out of work (often due to women taking care of children). On average, it results in women’s pensions pots being one fifth that of men (CII).

By employing older neighbours we can supplement pension payments and contribute to closing that gap*. At the moment, the employment rate for older men (50-64) is 10% higher than women (DWP).

We also want to provide a choice for working parents. If both parents want to work, then we’re here to make sure your children get great one-on-one after-school care. In doing so we will contribute to closing the gender pay gap.

Sure, they’re GIANT aims…but we’re firm believers in people power. Let’s get to work and make it happen.

How can you get involved?

  1. Talk to your networks. We encourage you to have a chat…tell your neighbours, tell people at work or tell people at the school gates. Let us know what they think!
  2. Join us on Facebook
  3. Follow us on Instagram

More soon!

Sarah & Adele