A Parent Operated Setting
As a charity and volunteer (parent) committee operated setting, parents are a vital part of our team and we believe this makes for a mutually trusting and supportive connection.
A self-employed video camera operator from Cambridge, Tim has one daughter and has lived in the village since 2012. He is a PlayStation gamer at every opportunity when not looking after his daughter or filming for work. He believes Harvey Bears is a nurturing
environment and loves to see the children forming friendships with each other.
Originally from Dudley, Chris has lived in Harvington for over 30 years and her great grandchildren attend Harvey Bears. She has an accountancy background and after losing her husband she felt it would be good to get involved with something in the community once again having previously been Treasurer of the Golf Club.Her son lives in the US so she’s fortunate enough to be able to enjoy extended trips over there to visit.
Rachael chose Harvey Bears for her daughter, as loves the ethos and warmth. She lives in South Littleton and worked in education and childcare for many years. She is currently finishing qualifications with the goal to become a primary school teacher.
Secondary school art teacher, Laura has always enjoyed teaching and working creatively with others. She and her husband are relatively new to the village, having moved from Stratford with their baby boy. She was keen to find the right place to send their little boy for childcare. He started with us in Spring 2019.
A Mum to twins born in 2016 who have been coming to Harvey Bears since they were 1 year old. She and her husband also have an elder
daughter at the first school. Lucy has lived in Harvington since 2004 and feels passionate about childcare being a Pre-School Assistant herself at another setting. She believes Harvey Bears is a great asset to the village.
Pre-school assistant Caz’s daughter, Chloe has volunteered and worked at Harvey Bears since she was 16 and even attended Harvington Preschool (as it was then called) herself as a small
child. She has lived in Harvington all her life and has horses in the village. Her passion has led her to pursue a degree in equine therapy and rehabilitation.