Becoming a childminder
Childminders are registered to provide childcare in their own home. If you’re interested in becoming a childminder, contact the Family Information Service: 020 7527 5959, email@example.com
Learn more about becoming a childminder.
Working as a nanny
Nannies provide 'home childcare' which takes place in a child's home. They are employed by parents and unlike childminders, nannies do not have to be registered with Ofsted. Nannies can choose to register with Ofsted because parents may be able to get help with the cost of childcare if they use registered childcare.
Find out more about how to register with Ofsted.
Setting up a nursery
If you’re thinking of setting up a nursery in Islington, the Childcare Sufficiency Assessment shows the demand for different types of childcare across the borough.
Our Early Years and Childcare service offers training and support if you want to open a nursery.
Training support and resources
We offer training, advice and guidance on developing good quality early years practice.
The Family Information Service produces a jobs bulletin every two weeks showing vacancies working with children and young people. To subscribe to the bulletin by email, contact firstname.lastname@example.org including your name and phone number. Search all jobs advertised by Islington Council.
If you’re interested in volunteering with a childcare provider, contact email@example.com
IslingtonCS Training and Services hub
Training, information and support for professionals working with children