Sherpa Kids Tamworth St Nicholas

About Us

In NSW, we are currently operating 7 services, they are Sherpa Kids Hurstville (operating at   Hurstville Adventist School), Sherpa Kids Wahroonga Adventist (operating at Wahroonga Adventist School) and Sherpa Kids Tamworth (operating at St. Nicholas School Tamworth, St. Edwards School Tamworth, Kootingal Public School, St. Xavier’s School Gunnedah and St. Francis Xavier’s School Narrabri).

  • 10 years working experience in multinational corporate – Last 5 years as a Manager, Operations in Australian Customs and Australian Quarantine, managing a team of 40 located in Sydney, Melbourne and Philippines.
  • Focus on People development, Service deliverables and Regulatory compliance.
  • Current focus on professional business development and compliance of Sherpa Kids Hurstville Adventist, Wahroonga Adventist and Tamworth region on a full time basis.


  • Winner of Excellence in Education and Children Services 2016 awarded by Georges River Council
  • Finalist of Community Services 2016 awarded by St George Local Business Award
  • Winner of Excellence in New Business 2015 awarded by Hurstville City Council
  • Finalist of Community Services 2015 awarded by St George Local Business Award

School Care Programs currently offered are:

ASC: 1500 – 1800, VAC: 0800 – 1800

Open 50 weeks of the year, to help families in the community.

We offer a wide range of flexibility, that Parents feedback to us, they have not experienced previously in this Industry.

We extend our services to other students who study around the community.

We focus on the personal touch, communication and providing a safe and enjoyable environment and we participate in fund raising events and support school volunteering.

To enrol your child, please contact us or call the team on 0410841628

Sophia Wong – Director


  • Holds a Bachelor Degree of Commence, attained in the University of Sydney.
  • Completing a Diploma of Early Children Service


  • Program manager and Nominated Supervisor on daily operations
  • Passionate in working with children
  • Was a Team Leader in a multinational corporate, focus on Customer satisfaction and People engagement

William Wong – Director


  • Holds a Bachelor Degree of Commence, attained in the University of Sydney.

Erin Davey – Program Coordinator

Erin loves interacting with children and caring for their needs, making children under her care attain a sense of belonging. Erin enjoys working with children and her passion in working with children has inspired her to pursue her studies in a Bachelor Degree of Social Science.Erin is also running her family day care center to support the neighbourhood. She is completing her Bachelor Degree of Social Science in The University of New England


  • Diploma of Children’s services
  • First Aid Certificate (HLTAID002, HLTAID003, HLTAID004) valid until November 2018
  • WWC Check WWC0386671E      CPC CHCCHILD1C

Ellie Sampson – Program Coordinator

Ellie delights in working with children, her patient and friendly personality promotes welcoming interactions with the children. Ellie takes heart in working together with children and caring for their needs which therefore support children to feel a strong sense of belonging. She is currently working at St. Nicholas Primary School Tamworth as a MiniLit Tutor / Paraprofessional to support children in their academic development. She is completing her Bachelor of Education (Primary) at The University of New England.


  • First Aid Certificate (HLTAID001) valid until May 2017 (HLTAID003, HLTAID004) valid until May 2019  WWC Check WWC0546506E  CPC Mar 16


Emma Ward – Program Assistant

Emma is currently completing her HSC courses in the Oxley High School. Being a team of Sherpa Kids, Emma can express and demonstrate her talents in visual arts and textiles and design. Emma is also one of the most popular team members voted by the children.

Emma loves building bonds with children and Sherpa and watching them create friendships with other kids. She is enjoying her time daily with us while running creative activities with children, getting children involved and watching children use their imagination.

Vicky Loftus – Area Coordinator

Vicky is a very active member in finding ways to serve our Community better. Her passion is to bring more happiness to the young generation, especially through their growing stages, in order to provide our Children with good and positive experiences for their Childhood memories.Vicky plays an integral part in our service quality assurance, by leading our program coordinators, inputting creativity into our fun filled activities and evaluating the Children to ensure engagement is delivered to the highest quality.


  • Certificate in IV in Children’s Services TAFE
  • First Aid Certificate (HLTAID001) valid until May 2017 (HLTAID003 HALTAID004) valid until May 2019
  • WWC Check WWC0137232E CPC CHCCHILD401B

Parent Testimonials:

  • Heidi – “Since you have taken over the business we have recognized some lovely changes that I wanted to say THANK YOU for. The breakfast/Morning Tea and afternoon tea and great; the little toy gifts the children receive each day are fantastic and the overall program and variety is great. My children love going every time and I just wanted to say ‘You are doing a great job’ and we tell everyone! Thank you”
  • Linda – “I just wanted to let you know how much my kids enjoyed the recent school holidays at Sherpa Kids.  There were lots of fun activities and an abundance of resources; a nice change!  With this increase in resources and enjoyment obvious of the children, the educators looked happier and more relaxed.  Since going back to school for term 4, the Educators have started doing homework with the kids. This is EXTREMELY appreciated and means that when the kids get home from al ong day at School and Afterschool Care, they are free to play outside and enjoy their time as compared to me trying to do their homework with them, whilst dividing my time between making dinner and lunches for the next day. I thought I should acknowledge these positive changes, as they are really noticeable and deserve to be recognised.”

Sherpa Kids Tamworth St Nicholas