When do I need it? Au pairs usually live with the family they work for and are unlikely to be classed as a worker or an employee. They aren’t entitled to the National Minimum Wage or paid holidays. Au pairs may have to pay Income Tax and National Insurance, depending on how much pocket money …
Register straight away with NHS for free The UK has a healthcare system accessible to everyone. When you arrive here one of your first things to do, after settling in of course, should be registering with it! To receive the care from the different services they provide, you should look up your nearest NHS Practice …
London zones London is divided into 9 fare zones, with zones 1 & 2 being central London, and then increasing in number the further outside the city you get. London Underground (Tube) The London Underground, or “Tube” as it’s nicknamed, is the oldest underground metro network in the world, with some parts operating since 1863. …
This is the complete guide for au pairs in London and the UK.
GUIDES: Explore the guides to being an au pair and life in London.
EVENTS: Join in the special au pair events here.
TRIPS: Take part in amazing day trips and hikes around the UK.
SOCIALS: Social events to make friends and improve your English.
PUB CRAWLS: A fun monthly Saturday night out.
SPORTS: Play team sports games with other sporty guys and girls.
Check out our new Website and find all our events, as well as lots of other helpful information for au pairs.