Little Ones are an international childcare and housekeeping service based in central London but working across the UK, including Newcastle Upon Tyne. Our team of highly experienced consultants work with you to find the best nannies, au pairs and domestic staff, including full and part-time, live in and live out, housekeepers.
We understand that every family is unique and has different needs and we identify potential candidates that best meet these, including language and culture. We ensure candidates are suitably skilled, experienced and qualified, arranging training if required. And we make sure they are perfectly matched to your family and your children, interviewing around 200 candidates a week but only referring the most suitable for client interviews.
What is expected from housekeepers in Newcastle upon Tyne?
Our housekeepers are available full and part-time (from eight hours a week) and can live in or live out. Full-time staff generally work five or six days a week and up to twelve hours a day. All of our housekeepers have previous experience. They carry out a wide range of household duties including cooking, cleaning, laundry, general mending, taking deliveries and meeting with tradespeople.
Benefits of housekeepers in Newcastle upon Tyne
By employing a Little Ones housekeeper, you are freeing yourself from domestic chores, allowing you to go to work or spend time with your children, confident in the knowledge you are coming home to a clean, well-maintained, house and a healthy, home-cooked, meal on the table.
We offer bi-lingual housekeepers, meaning they can easily fit into your household and we vet each candidate so that you can be confident your home and belongings, as well as your privacy, will be safe.
Things to do with housekeepers in Newcastle upon Tyne
When not taking care of your home, your housekeeper can help take care of your children too, taking them out and about so they can enjoy the local area. Examples of what they can do include:
Having fun with the family at the Great North Museum, including taking part in the Saturday Storytime sessions.
Learning about dinosaurs at the Jurassic Gardens at Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens, a short trip outside the city but well worth a visit.
Finding out what it’s like to drive a train at the Monkwearmouth Station Museum.
Enjoying the outdoors and riding bikes at Kielder Castle and Forest, which has child-friendly paths, an adventure playground and maze.
Spending time with animals down on Ouseburn Farm.
Taking a tour of St. James Park if the kids are football fans.
Doing experiments and observing the starts at the Life Science Centre.
Taking a walk and listening to music at the bandstand at Richardson Dees Park.
Stopping for a sweet treat at The Parlour team room in Blagdon.
Reading books at the New City Library.
Taking nature walks and seeing the animals at Havannah and Three Hills Reserve.
Playing miniature golf at Mr. Mulligan’s Lost World.
Taking part in virtual reality games at ImmotionVR.
Learning to be a spy on the Newcastle Spy Mission Trail.
Get started today with housekeeper search
If you want to find out more about the benefits of having a housekeeper in Newcastle upon Tyne, please call our team of bi-lingual consultants and find out more about how we can help you in your search.