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Au Pair Options

Au Pair Options Why is an Au Pair right for you? Au Pairs are a flexible option for childcare. The cultural exchange programme allows you to tailor your schedule around your childcare. It allows you the flexibility to ensure your children are looked after in your own home, with their home comforts. As the Au Pair lives in the home with [...]
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England: Where to Visit

  England is a country of vibrant cities and diverse, serene countryside. Whether you’re looking for bustling cities, historic castles, monarchs, sporting or music events,  there is something for everyone! Here are a list of helpful links to get you on your way :)   Attractions and Things to Do in England http://www.visitbritain.com   http://www.tripadvisor.ie   [...]
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Ireland: Where to Visit

Ireland is one of the most beautiful and rustic countries in the world. Known for our friendly nature, the people of Ireland are welcoming, fun and friendly. With its lush, green hills and amazing wonders, there are so many places to visit. Here are a list of helpful links to get you on your way [...]
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Host Family Responsibilities

    As a Host Family, your main responsibility is to ensure the Au Pair is safe and happy in the cultural exchange placement. It is your responsibility to: Welcome the Au Pair into your family as a member of your family Provide a private room of an welcoming standard, and full board for the Au [...]
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Au Pair Responsibilities

  As an au pair, you will be responsible for the children and their wellbeing. Being an Au Pair means caring for the Host Family children and participating in light household chores for a maximum of 35 hours per week. As an example, an Au Pair is responsible for: The children’s safety Daily activities with [...]
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