How Much Does a Nursery Nurse Get Paid in the UK?


This will depend on whether you are working for a local authority or privately owned nursery. As a guideline, a nursery nurse can get paid around £7 per hour.
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Nursery nurses work with children from birth to eight years old. Salaries for nursery nurses normally start at 7,500 - 10,400 per year.Experienced full-time nursery nurses can earn 8,200 - 13,000 per year while those employed in senior posts earn about 15,000 - 20,000 per year.
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