How to enter
How do I nominate my Nanny/friend for the prestigious title UK Nanny of the Year 2021. In order to nominate a UK Nanny here is our guide in 8 easy steps.
One nomination is all it takes from your employer or a friend but not yourself or a relation.
The person nominating you needs to fill out a form. It needs to completed and the minimum word counts are important as they can be make or break.
On completion of the form we will be notified by email.
The nominee will have 2 months to complete their application and submit a video.
Three leading Childcare experts are given access to your application. A meeting then takes place via video call.
Each judge marks your application out of 100.
All nominee’s are personally invited to the UK Nanny Awards in September 2021.
Meet our previous winners
Charlotte Terrell 2019
Charlotte is a committed and Professional Nanny who has been inspiring children to be the best they can for over 20 years. She holds a BTEC, NDNN, along with a certification in Health & Social Welfare and has also completed her Bachelor of Science with the Open University. Her work has taken her all over the world and she maintains a keen interest in her former charges many of whom keep in touch with her at regular intervals, updating her on the events of their adult lives.
Tricia Dowling 2020
Tricia trained in Scotland under the SNNEB examination in 1984-86 having been deemed to short (5 inches to be precise) to be a police officer. She always wanted to go into the nanny side of it as she had loved watching Wendy Craig in the nanny. Tricia takes her role very seriously as parents are entrusting her with their most treasured possessions while they go to work. Having had actually very few jobs in her 32 years of nannying due to most positions having been long term.
Tricia says she’s a bit long in the tooth and try’s to keep up to date with new and exciting activities to do with the children and in particular in this job I have taken a few of the new NQN nannies under my wing and help them with issues and advice, they are all first year away from home and in particular during COVID many were struggling a bit. She made sure she contacted them to give them reassurance and often a laugh too. They shared craft activities and ideas of ways to spend the day.