Meet the Worle Team

Vicky Peacock (Manager)

Vicky is Level 3 qualified with over 10 years experience working in a variety of settings which include Schools, Pre Schools, Creche and Managing a holiday club. She has also worked in a role that focuses on developing pre-school children’s social and fine motor skills through lots of fun activities. She has always wanted to work with children, mainly teaching and she loves to know that she has made a difference in children’s development and learning and seeing how much children can change and grow with our support and help.

Tara Sevior (Deputy Manager) 

 

Hi I’m Tara, I’m a level 6 qualified early years practitioner and I have 9+ years experience within childcare.

 

I have worked in a variety of settings over the years, ranging from nurseries, nannying to an independent school.

 

I’ve joined Little Adventures Nursery as the Deputy Manager, focusing on the learning and development and building a stimulating environment for the children.

 

Outside of work I’ve recently become a first time mum so my free time is naturally taken up looking after my little one.

Alongside this I enjoy cooking and walking my dog. 

Georgia Kerton (0-2 Room Manager)

Georgia joined our team from day one. She has 9 years experience in childcare and has a Level 3 Qualification. She is Room Manager of 0-2’s and will oversee the day to day running of her room, supporting her staff with their key children and observations whilst ensuring the highest standard of care is upheld.

Clare Little (Head of Education) 

Hi my name is Clare and have recently joined the Little Adventures nurseries as Head of Education.

I qualified as an early years educator in 2002. I was lucky enough to get a job in a nursery as soon as I qualified and worked across all ages and, over the years, progressed to a senior role where I helped to support a team of 34 staff and over 200 families. I also took on the role as health and safety coordinator which gave me the opportunity to widen my knowledge in risk assessing and training. In 2012 I took on the role as Manager which is a job I loved, not only supporting families but also having to use my experience to lead a team which went onto achieve an outstanding OFSTED in 2016. I have 2 children and in our free time we love to explore our local national trust houses and get creative (the messier the better!) the are always giving me ideas to use in the nurseries.

 

Nadine Da Silva Andrade (L2 Practitioner)

I like to work within a nursery establishment because I am given the opportunity to support and help children’s development. I have completed my Level 2 Early Years and am now an Apprentice on the Level 3 course. I love to watch as the children grow and reach their fullest potential and find it rewarding and makes the job worth it. Working with children there is never a dull moment and every day is different and fun. I would eventually like to become a Norland Nanny. In my spare time I enjoy drawing, photography and going on walks.

Kim Robbins (3-5s Room Manager) 

 I have worked in early years since I qualified as an early years practitioner in 2004. I have 15 years experience working with children of all ages from 0-5years, particularly with under 3’s. I have worked in various leadership roles including room manager of a baby unit and a toddler room, as well as deputy manager for many years and also manager of a day nursery.

In 2010 I graduated from Bathspa University with a BA (HONS) degree in Early Years Education. I became graduate leader - agent of change, within the setting and my focus was to undertake continuous evaluation to improve practice.

I am particularly passionate about mentoring others and have mentored students in connection with the local colleges and universities.

I always knew I wanted to work with young children and I am passionate about providing all children with the best opportunities for learning, as well as having lots of fun adventures together along the way.

Rebecca Ackland (2-3's Room Manager)

I have worked in child care for many years, more recently in Portishead and Bristol and have gained Level 4. I am training to do Forest School as I have a big love for the outdoors and teaching children about nature so look forward to bringing ideas into the setting in regards to our outdoor space. 

Chloe Simons (L3 Practitioner & 1-to-1 Support)

I first discovered my love of childcare when I got the opportunity to do a work placement in a preschool. I enjoyed watching the children develop and getting to know all their unique personalities and building strong relationships. This lead to me doing a Level 3 Apprenticeship which I completed in 2020. I have recently completed a diploma in SEND and look forward to putting this into practice. I love that no day is the same in childcare and there's always chances to get creative and messy!

Willow Alexander (L2 Apprentice)

I like working in a nursery establishment as I believe the care and skills given and taught to the children are crucial in aiding their development. I love that I have an opportunity to help children fulfil their full potential whilst attending nursery and encourage them to display all their creativity. 

Debi Winter (Chef)

Debi is the nursery's Chef and has been in the catering field for 18 years, providing healthy nutritious meals for care homes previously and even owned her own catering business for 14 years! She enjoys cooking and loves to cook with the children, she has 7 grandchildren of her own who she cooks with on a regular basis at home. Her hobbies include camping, festivals and motorbike racing. 

Lily Sedley-Jones (L2 Apprentice)

Hi I’m Lily. I have always been keen to work in Early years education as I find it so interesting to watch the children grow up and develop into kind and good people and knowing that I have helped them achieve that. I have 5 younger siblings so I am so used to having to deal with all sorts of things that young children come up with and can easily make solutions to any problems.