Tillys Waratah 2 joined in the Sea of hearts challenge! Creating a sea of hearts on our front fence, created by our children, families and Educators. Reconciliation must live in the hearts, minds and actions of all Australians as we move forward, creating a nation strengthened by respectful relationships between the wider Australian community and…Details
All of the children at Waratah 1 yesterday came together and enjoyed exploring some parachute play (while showing off some great outfits for pyjama week!). The children worked together with their educators to hold the parachute and move it up into the air and back down again, as well as adding balls to roll around…Details
Staff Spotlight – Maureen! Maureen “Mauz” has been a part of our Rutherford Tillys Family since 2019. Maureen is the service Educational Leader for our LDC, working on and off the floor supporting our management team and educators. Maureen shows dedication and commitment to bring our service philosophy to life while mentoring and facilitating growth…Details
Today at Tillys Waratah 2, we were so incredibly honoured to host a smoking ceremony to bless our mural designed and created by talented local artist April Newman. Rhu from Winanga –y Dreaming, who is currently running a program here at Tillys W2, lead the ceremony in our 0-2 yard. After the mural was blessed…Details
Today our Rutherford centre had a special visit from the local Fire and Rescue service. The firemen and firewoman gave a presentation for our preschool children. Fire safety education for children is the first line of defence against misuse of fire and fire fatalities and injuries. Prevention through education is the single most modifiable strategy…Details
Tillys Chisholm would like to give a BIG thank you to NSW RFS – Thornton Brigade for visiting our centre this week. The morning was filled with some very excited children as they saw the truck pull up in the car park. The Bottlebrush children were lucky enough to meet with Kat and hear about…Details
On Thursday the 26th of May the Little Hippo room at Rutherford reminded themselves and taught the children the importance of sorry day. They banded together to create a beautiful artwork recognising the mistreatment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and how we are working together towards reconciliation.
Last year, Tillys at Rutherford formed a partnership with Kids and Traffic who run the NSW Early Childhood Road Safety Education Program. It forms part of the statewide road safety education program of Transport for NSW. Our directors, educators and management team were involved in creating a video which explains the outstanding safety procedures we…Details