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témoignage jeune fille au pair Grande Bretagne

Madame,

Je suis bien arrivée à Worthing, sous quelques rayons de soleil au milieu de la pluie. Tout se passe très bien pour le moment. Paul, Sophie et Toby Bxxxx sont très accueillants et sympathiques et j’ai déjà beaucoup parlé et ri avec eux. Nous avons un très bon contact. Je suis très heureuse et même si je n’ai pas encore pris mes marques, je me sens très bien chez eux.
Merci pour tout, car sans vous, sans votre agence, rien de cela n’aurait été possible.

Je vous donnerais d’autres nouvelles plus tard (cela ne fait que deux jours que je suis ici).

Cordialement

Marie Alix.

Jeunes filles au pair irlandaises disponibles pour l’été

Nous avons des candidatures de jeunes filles irlandaises souhaitant passer leur été en France comme jeune fille au pair.

Si vous avez des enfants à garder et souhaitez faire l’expérience d’avoir une petite jeune fille à la maison pendant l’été pour vos enfants, merci de nous contacter en nous envoyant un e mail par le biais du formulaire de contact de notre site internet www.theenglishcorner.fr. Vous pouvez aussi nous appeler au 04 37 02 17 64 pour connaître les modalités d’inscription et d’accueil d’une jeune fille au pair étrangère.

au pair pour famille à Oxford, septembre 2010

Famille américaine avec deux enfants cherche jeune fille au pair à raison de 35 heures par semaine pour £90/ semaine logée, nourrie, blanchie. Début du séjour septembre 2010

Si vous êtes intéressée, nous vous demandons de préparer votre dossier et de nous contacter sur info _at_theenglishcorner.fr. Le dossier peut vous être envoyé ou bien vous pouvez l’imprimer de notre site internet dans la rubrique formulaires (www.theenglishcorner.fr)

La famille:

We are two American university professors who are going to spend a year in Oxford, UK, arriving in September. We have spent the two previous summers in London and are now coming to England for a full 12 months. We would love to find an au pair who will come to live with us and share in the experience!

Steve will be doing research and away most days; Sue will be working at home (on computer). We tend to be busy but not hectic.

Because we will be in Oxford as visitors ourselves, we will enjoy visiting places of interest in and around the area and will be happy for au pair to participate as much as she likes.

Our two boys, aged 4 and 6, will be in school and we will need the au pair to help take and collect them and also to do babysitting for us approximately twice per week in the evening.

Les enfants:

David

21/06/04

6

M

6 hrs at school

active, bright, verbal; loves trains, books, puzzles, stories

Andy

08/02/06

4

M

6 at nurrsery

Affectionate, cute; also loves trains, books, puzzles

Jeune homme au pair irlandais pour famille française

Jeune homme au pair irlandais cherche famille pour cet été. Si son profil vous intéresse merci de nous contacter sur info_at_theenglishcorner.fr

Age 21 ans

Education:  IUT, 2ème année

Diplômes: équivalent sciences de l’éducation

Experience: 2004 – Ramassage de pommes de terre, ferme locale , Irlande

2005 – Caissier et emplyé en supermarché Super Valu, Irlande

2007 & 2008 – mplyé pour nettoyer les plages de Waterford, Irlanda

Actuellement entraîneur de rugby pour les 11/ 12 ans

A aussi effectué 2 semaines de soutien scolaire dans un centre social avec des enfants défavorisés, Irlande

Intérêts: Handball, Golf, Hurling, Football gaélic, natation,football américain, rugby, lecture

« Je veux devenir une Au Pair parce que je veux perfectioner mon francais a cause de j’etude le francais et le Theologie en College. J’aime travailler avec les enfants. Je veux devenir un prof, donc si je travail comme un AuPair, ce serait une expérience fantastique. Aussi, je aime éprouver le culture francaise. »

au pair for family in Northamptonshire

G family – Au pair (Live in) driver, good English for family with 2 girls age 5 & 7.

The family live in the lovely village of Potterspury, Northamptonshire.

Duties include:  general childcare and household duties,  help getting the girls ready for school, prepare meals – the youngest daughter has some food allergies so care needed with food preparation, tidying, washing & ironing.

The family also have a live out nanny that works for them part time and does the school runs.

Pocket money:  £80 for 25-30 work per week plus use of car.

The mother works as a Finance Director and the father is a Mgmt Consultant.  START DATE:  Beginning of June for 12 months

If you are interested in this family please print the application form on www.theenglishcorner.fr and return it asap to us by e mail. We will also need you to provide us with the other necessary documents asap

You can alos contact us for help or to be sent the forms on info_at_theenglishcorner.fr

The English Corner Team Stuck in the UK Due To Volcano Ash Cloud

Cancelled

We are sorry we were late in replying to your enquiries over the past 5 days. We were stuck in Bristol for a few days and had limited access to e mails. We eventually decided to take a ferry in Portsmouth to get back to France. So here we are again back in the office and happy to be able to help again.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Deserted airport Bristol

Famille irlandaise pour le mois de mai, séjour au pair été (posted 12/04/2010)

March 2010

Dear Au Pair

We are a family living in Northern Ireland who is looking for some temporary help whilst I am recovering from an operation to my back. We have two children, Toby aged 5 (nearly 6) and Tilly aged 3 (and 1 cat who has adopted us as its family).

We live in a very rural but beautiful coastal location and therefore you’d need to be able to drive and ideally enjoy the outdoors life. We live 12 miles away from the Giants Causeway on the North Coast of Northern Ireland and so there are plenty of hiking/walking opportunities as well as seaside/water activities available (surfing is popular but be prepared for the water being very cold!).

I have had to stop work in preparation for the operation as I am in considerable pain despite a considerable amount of medication. I also am unable to drive because of this. My work is based 20 miles away from where we live and it was easier when we had children (and because I wanted to continue working) to arrange childminding facilities and schooling nearer to my work, but obviously now that causes problems with getting the children to and from school/our childminder.

Toby attends Millstrand Integrated Primary School in Portrush (15 miles) and Tilly goes to a childminder full-time in Portstewart (5 miles from Portrush). Tilly will start nursery at the school in September.

You’ll have use of a car while you’re here as we’re very rural – closest small town is 2 miles (Ballycastle) and the main town is 18 miles (Coleraine).

We live in a contemporary style house that we built two years ago on a plot of land 2 miles outside of Ballycastle. We are on an elevated site so there are 360 degree views of valleys, a mountain and the sea in the distance.

The children each have their own rooms so the 4th bedroom would be your room. This has a built in wardrobe space, double bed, bedside tables, drawer unit and a digital radio. It has double aspect windows with views over the local countryside. The house has wireless internet access and you’d have access to the family computer if required. The bathroom is immediately next door which would only be shared with the children. Mine and Francis’ bedroom has its own ensuite.

The living space is made up of a formal sitting room (which is my favourite place to escape to when it’s quiet) and an open plan kitchen/dining/family room where we spend most of our time as a family. The kitchen has all modern facilities and there’s also a separate utility room. There is a galleried landing with sofa bed on the 3rd floor where there is separate TV/internet access if you wanted to be more separate from the family at any stage.

Your daily routine would include getting the children ready for school/childminder including preparing lunchboxes, driving them to school/childminder, doing some light housework, helping to prepare family meals, picking up the children from school/childminder and helping with the bedtime routine. We’d hope that you’d be able to do some light housework while you’re with us, such as dusting, tidying, vacuuming, ironing and laundry.

As a family we enjoy outdoor activities, going to the beach, swimming in the local leisure centre, going to the cinema, the children love the two local parks and socializing with friends. Tilly is still in nappies but we are in the process of potty training her as she starts nursery school in September.

The children can be noisy at times as all children can be but generally they’re easily entertained with stories, DVD’s, going out, playing the Nintendo Wii and playing with numerous toys that they own. Tilly is definitely more the outdoors type and very independent – happy to keep herself entertained. Toby is more sensitive and quite fussy when it comes to food but he’s starting to try new things so we’re slowly introducing new foods to him. They play well together and keep each other company but also love having friends over to play.

If you swim that would be great as both children love going swimming – Toby attends swimming classes every Saturday morning and is doing really well. We have a local health club of which we’re members and there’s also a leisure centre in Coleraine (18 miles).

Francis loves horse-racing and uses the studying and watching of it to unwind from quite a stressful job. I love gardening but given my current health and the fact we haven’t yet had chance to develop the outside space of the house, I don’t get a lot of opportunities to do it currently.

The family is a member of the National Trust so you’d be able to use the membership card for any days out.

There is a nightclub and several pubs in the local town and a more extensive student population and nightlife in Portrush/Portstewart (15 – 20 miles). Belfast is 50 miles away where there is a huge amount for visitors to see and do.

Check out www.discovernorthernireland.com for more extensive visitor information on Northern Ireland or www.moyle-council.org/tourism/ for more information on the local area.

We very much look forward to welcoming you into our family and home.

Best Wishes

Louise and Francis

Îf you are interested in this family for the summer time May to September roughly, please register with us by completing the application. You can either print it out of the website (formulaires section) or we can send you the forms via e mail upon request. Do not hesitate to contact us on info_at_theenglishcorner.fr

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Famille néo zélandaise cherche jeune fille au pair 6 mois et +
Si vous êtes intéressée par cette offre au pair, merci de nous contacter sur info_at_theenglishcorner.fr ou vous pouvez aussi télécharger le dossier d’inscription sur www.theenglishcorner.fr
Hi there,
My husband (Rick) and I live in the beautiful beachside town of Orewa, Auckland, NZ. We have 2 boys, Brodie is turning 1 year old this week and Ethan is almost 3 years old. We currently have an Au Pair from Germany who has become part of our family. Sadly she will be leaving us on the 6th May, and we are looking for another Au Pair to fill in when she leaves. We live 8 minutes walk to beach and shops, and have a 5 bedroom, plus study house. The Au Pair will have their own room, share the downstairs bathroom with the kids, we also have a seperate playroom/lounge with tv and couches. The Au Pair can spend time in there in the evenings, or with us in the lounge.
Rick is 31 and a self employed builder – enjoys surfing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, motorcross and has recently joined the coastguard, Heidi is 32 and a Sales Rep – enjoys wakeboarding, snowboarding, spending time at the beach/park. We have been happily married for 6 years and enjoy doing things together in the weekends. Ethan adores his little brother, is toilet trained, loves playing with his friends, riding his bike, kindergarden, the beach and the park. Brodie has just started walking, loves smiling, playing with his big brother, sleeps through the night and is a great eater!
We require someone who loves kids, has had experience with them, preferably someone who has cared for 1 year olds before. They will do light housework downstairs once a week, clean boys clothes and put away, plus keep their rooms tidy. We will need the Au Pair to look after them Mon, Tues & Thurs for 10 hours a day. We would like someone who is bubbly, enthusiastic and really enjoys playing with children and teaching them new things.  We can pay NZ$180 per week (after tax) and are willing to pay NZ$500 towards their return airfare.
Many thanks,
Heidi May
Poste au pair disponible immédiatement- Irlande

Family B would be happy to welcome an au pair as soon as possible for a 6 months duration

They live in the countryside in Ballymahon, county Longford

Mum is a pharmacist and dad an architect

Mum works 3 to 4 days per week (2 saturdays per month) and has a flexible time table that the au pair needs to adapt to

children are 7, 3, 4.5 and 1.5, 3 girls and 1 little boy

The 3 girls go to primary and pre school, their little brother goes to nursery 3 days per week until 1.00pm

Mum needs help with this little family 30 hours per week for a total of 90€ pocket money per week.

Driver is needed and if possible applicant should be 20/ 25 years old

Nearest small town is 8kms away, big town 25 minutes drive away with English classes.

Si vous êtes intéressée par cette famille et afin de la bloquer merci de compléter notre fiche d’inscription et de rassembler le maximum de documents demandés en fin de fiche d’inscription. Vous pourrez nous envoyer votre candidature par e mail à info_at_theenglishcorner.fr afin que nous puissions la présenter rapidement à la famille.