Meet the Team
Kidz Inc Ltd is headed by mother and daughter team, Christine Bone and Amanda George.
We would like to give you an insight into our ‘home from home’ nursery where every child is uniquely loved, cared for and nurtured throughout their infant and pre-school years.
Christine Bone - Director
I have over 40 years’ involvement in childcare experiencing all aspects, as a parent, a nursery practitioner, foster carer and child-minder. During this time I have worked hard to obtain both childcare and business qualifications.
When my children were growing up there were no local nurseries and FarehamCollege was the first one to be established in this area. We pride ourselves on being the original and the best.
After working as a nursery nurse at the College for five years, I heard that the premises was going to close. I then put in my tender to run the nursery. Twelve years on, we are proud of our happy, vibrant nursery with dedicated and quality staff.
Amanda George - Director
I have a business degree from LondonMetropolitanUniversity and am involved with the overall running of the nursery.
As a working mother of two young children I understand the importance of finding excellent childcare. I was not happy with the large, corporate nurseries that were lacking in warmth which seemed to be the norm when searching for childcare and am now proud to be part of the Kidz Inc ‘home from home’ ethos. The nursery believes that children learn best in a happy, secure environment and we strive to provide this every day.
Kim Wheeler – Nursery Manager
I first joined the Kidz Inc team in 2004 as an early years student from Fareham College. I have been involved in all aspects and have gradually worked my way up the ranks to become Manager, during which time I gained my Foundation Degree in Early Years Care and Education Degree at the University of Portsmouth.
I have undertaken extensive training in Safeguarding to become the Lead Professional and believe that all children should have a safe, caring and stimulating environment to play in, because if a child can’t play then a child can’t learn.