Little Miracles at Rutherford is holding a Farm Day at it’s centre on April 7 to celebrate the opening of their mini farm.
The Little Miracles centre at 61 Aberglassyn Road, Rutherford opened in January this year and is the ninth in operation since founders Rob and Susanna Bateman launched the first, in Terrigal, in 2004.
“We have mini farms at all our centres, and the open day is a chance for people to come along, have a look at the animals and our facilities and have a chat with the operators and staff,” operations manager Daniel Bateman said.
Family owned and operated, Little Miracles offers high quality preschool and long daycare for children aged 0-6 from 6.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday.
Each centre is built upon a ‘Culture of Honour’ which ensures everyone involved – children, families and educators – feel significant, appreciated and understood.
“We also have individualised routines for children 0-2 to help them feel secure and always on the same body clock as at home,” Daniel said.
“Our ‘Loving Literacy’ program guarentees children are reading at level 1 or above before commencing school.
“It is entirely game based and the children just love to partipcate. Recently we have developed an app to complement the program which we give all our families.”
As a new centre, Little Miracles at Rutherford does have vacancies currently across the week but these positions are filling fast.
For more information, ring 4932 5760, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.littlemiracles.com.au/rutherford.