Familles à Londres, en date du 20/06/2012

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Charlotte H and her family live in Wimbledon, the home of English tennis!   Charlotte works in a hospital as a consultant paediatrician and her husband works in management.  They are a British family, Anglican.  They live in a house with a garden where they have two rabbits.  Their sons will be 14 and 16 in the summer.  The older boy goes to and from school on his own so the job for the au pair is to take and collect the younger boy to school on foot.  Cooking a simple meal  for the boys after school, helping to keep the home clean and tidy, doing the children’s laundry, hoovering.   Generally 25 hours a week plus 2 evenings’ babysitting and the pocket-money is £70 a week plus £10 a week for travelling expenses in London.  Family interests are: tennis [naturally!], music, singing, trips into Central London, cycling and cooking.    They need an Au Pair to arrive in late-August/beginning of September and to  stay until the end of July 2012.

 

Susan L is a single parent living in North London [Southgate].  She has two sons age 10 and 9 and a cat.  Susan works full time as a new business director.   It is a regular 25 hours a week plus some babysitting [not a lot],  very light domestic jobs because a woman goes in to do the heavy cleaning every week.   They live in a house with a garden.  Pocket-money £70 a week plus free weekend travel in London.   Weekends free.    They would love to host an au pair who enjoys cooking.   To start at the beginning of September and to stay until the end of July 2013.

 

Simon W and Lizzie T live in a large house with a garden in Muswell Hill, a nice part of North London.  They are an English family, practising no religion.  Their children are Sam 15, Georgina 14 and Anna 12.  They have a rabbit and a hamster J    They employ a woman who does regular cleaning so there is not much housework, just generally to help to keep the home clean and tidy and to perhaps do some light shopping and unpack the food deliveries.    The main job for the au pair is to organise the children’s lives and cook them an evening meal  because both parents work full time.  Simon is in corporate finance and Lizzie is an employment lawyer.   25 hours a week plus 1 or 2 evenings’ “babysitting” and the pocket-money is £85 a week.  She will have her own bathroom.

To start in late-August/beginning of September and to stay until the end of July 2013.

 

Hilary M and Eamonn R live in a large house in Barnet, N. London with their two children Caelan [a boy] age 9 and Siofra [a girl] age nearly 8.  These are Irish names because Hilary and Eamonn came to London from Ireland many years ago.  Hilary works as a medical doctor and Eamonn is a journalist.   They both work full-time.   They are a Catholic family.   They have no pets.  Their au pair is responsible for getting the children ready for school in the morning and taking them to school.  Then to collect them and care for them after school until a parent returns home.   They also need help to keep the home clean and tidy [a woman goes regularly to the house to do the heavy cleaning].   They pay £80 a week plus travel expenses [in London] and a mobile phone.


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