About Regulation Matters

Established in 2006, the Regulation Matters Campaign (RM) is unique in that its focus is on campaigning for the professionalism of the nanny sector by calling for the registration of nannies and regulation of nanny agencies.

One of the main aims of the campaign is to bring to public attention the fact that the nanny sector is not regulated in the UK and could, potentially, pose a real threat to the safeguarding of children cared for in their own homes. 

 

Over the years, and after numerous meetings with ministers and ministerial government departments, RM has been able to raise awareness, following which, nannies can now choose to register on the Voluntary part of the Ofsted Childcare Register.  However, it is still the case that anyone can call themselves a nanny and anyone can set up a nanny agency which is why our campaign to have nannies registered and nanny agencies regulated continues.

RM includes some of the most established associations / organisations and companies UK wide.  Working together, RM establishes the ‘Nanny Sector’ as a major contributor to the childcare and early years workforce.

Who are we?

We are a large group of sector leaders representing nannies who work in support of families throughout the UK

 

A National Campaign chaired by BAPN and comprising of:

 

Army of Nannies, Association of Nanny Agencies (ANA), Avail Learning, Bespoke Family, Blossom Nannies, Cache, The Child Protection Company. The Chiltern Nursery and Training College, Civil & Corporate Security, The Education Specialists, Education Welfare Services, The Fatherhood Institute, First Aid for Life, Flexi Poppins Agency, the Grove Riding School, Harmony at Home, Key Stage Teacher Supply, Laser Training, Little Beans Nanny Agency, LMC Childcare Solutions, Maternity Nurse Association, Men In the Early Years (MITEY), Morton Michel, the Nanny Company, Nannymatters Payroll, Nannytax, Norland, Pacey, Parental Choice, Payroll for Nannies, Personnel Checks, Provide Education, REC, Rosebud Nanny Agency, Safer Circle Sitters, Savernake Nannies, Sharky & George, Teachers UK, Tinies, United for all Ages, Voice, the Union for Education Professionals, Way2Paye, Worsley Training, and Wise-Nanny. 

 

We recognise the importance of collaboration if we are to gain professional recognition for Nannies.

 

We can do more together than alone.

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