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20 years to join the elite school in Bath. He has even been designed a special uniform for classes. While the other ladies wear their traditional cream dress and brown hat, he will sport a tweed jacket, cream shirt and beige trousers. After passing the course, most nannies go on to live-in with families, with salaries starting at around 18,000 but shooting up to 45,000 in London or overseas. “Norlanders” – as graduates are known – are the favourite choice of royalty and rich celebrities. Michael, from Bath, Somerset, was drawn to the course after spending time teaching English and maths to disabled children in a Ugandan orphanage. He said: “I wanted to work with children because I understand young pe
ople a lot better. I find them easier to get on with. “I would like to be a nanny for a few years but after that I want to become a nurser阳光小区最新出租 y teacher or work in a prep school.” Michael – who has had to endure plenty of jokes from his pals – has been warmly welcomed by all the ladies. He said: “Funnily enough, the girls have just been caring more about how I have been feeling, making sure I am oka
y.” Norland College principal Liz Hunt welcomed Michael to the fold and said: “The modern-day Norland graduate also goes on to work in a wide range of careers such as management of nurseries or primary school teaching.” Peter Cummins, 22, fro
m Dyfed, Wales, was Norland’s first “manny” in 2005 and got a diploma. But now Michael is taking the BA Honours degree course as he bids to become a super nanny – that’s super as in supercalifragilisticexpialidocious...