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Childcarer reading to a baby - Tigerlily Nannies and Childcarers

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OFSTED Register and First Aid

All working parents are able to off-set a percentage of the cost of employing a Nanny against childcare vouchers which are available from their employer. To do this, they will need to employ a Nanny that is registered with Ofsted.

How to Apply for Ofsted Registration

You can apply on-line at www.ofsted.gov.uk or by calling 08456 404045. Ofsted will then write to you to acknowledge your application and provide you with information on to complete the registration form. To apply you will need to:

  • Obtain a Paediatric First aid qualification www.tigerlilytraining.co.uk or call 0300 3020 999
  • Obtain Nanny Insurance www.mortonmichel.co.uk
  • Complete the online Ofsted application form www.ofsted.gov.uk (you will firstly need to register with government gateway) and pay the registration fee (which is non-refundable)
  • Complete an online Capita DBS check www.ofsteddbsapplication.co.uk/ Nannies will have 14 days from the issue of their DBS check to apply for the update service for £13 per year their DBS will automatically be updated

How much does Ofsted Registration cost?

The total cost can vary so please check the Ofsted and Capita websites above If the nanny has been requested by a family to become Ofsted registered, the family may be willing to cover all or part of this cost.

How long does it take to register?

The registration process can take up to 12 weeks to be completed. However it is usually closer to 6 weeks on completion your nanny will receive a URN (unique reference number).



To help you calculate the full total cost of employing a Nanny, we have prepared this tax calculator to help you.

Simply enter the net weekly amount and the total gross amount including tax and national insurance will be displayed.

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This information is for guideline purposes only. Please note that this is the employer's total cost and not the employee's gross pay, and should not be used in the employee's contract.

The total cost includes the employee's Tax and NI as well as employer's NI contributions. It applies to employees with one job, who are on a standard tax code (810L) during the tax year 2012/2013.