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Happy International Women’s Day
What do actress Carey Mulligan, poet Caroline Bird, model Veronica Webb and Winter Olympian Nicolien Sauerbreij have in common? They were all Steiner educated.
Education plays a vital role in empowering women and girls around the world as well as being instrumental in helping to create a more gender equal society.
At Steiner Waldorf […]
European Parent Meeting
Dear Waldorf Steiner friends! We proudly announce the annual meeting of European Steiner Waldorf parents in Latvia, May 5-8, 2017.
Here is the program and registration form. (If you have friends whose e-mail address is not on the recipient list, please, forward this message to them as well.) We in Latvia hope very much you will accept […]
Delegates from the UK and Nordic Steiner Waldorf Schools Associations have concluded the first phase of transnational conferences around the curricular design of a groundbreaking, Europe-wide 14-19 diploma, aimed at developing creative thinking skills.
The ‘Acknowledging Creative Thinking Skills (ACTS)’ project brings together teachers and the Steiner Waldorf associations of the UK, Demark, Finland and […]
We are pleased to announce that Alder Bridge Steiner Waldorf School near Reading has completed the accreditation necessary to become a fully accredited Steiner school and were welcomed as such by the Trustees at their meeting on November 4th 2016
Class 6 students at South Devon Steiner School practised the art of gratitude last week, creating a beautiful mandala in the school gardens from plants, flowers and produce collected from the grounds.
The project which was led by Art teacher Sandy Smith, was a lesson for the 11-12 year old students in cooperative working, inspired […]
First published in JUNO Magazine, Issue 44, Summer 2016
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Children’s Charter Sign-up – SAVE CHILDHOOD MOVEMENT
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February 18th 2016
IONA STEINER SCHOOL ‘OUTSTANDING’ SAY INSPECTORS
Inspectors have praised The Iona School in Nottingham, after it was judged to be ‘outstanding’ in all five categories.
The visit by the School Inspection Service (SIS), from February 2-4, found teaching and the curriculum to be outstanding; a strong culture of school self-evaluation and improvement; pastoral care […]
First published in the Autumn 2015 issue of JUNO, Issue 41
Canterbury Steiner School Class 11 students (16 years old) are staging a charity benefit concert on Friday 6th November 2015 in the schools theatre.
The acts are drawn from the schools own pupils and teachers as well as local musicians. All proceeds will go to the Catching Lives charity.
The youngsters wanted to support a local […]
We have been notified that Canterbury Steiner School has won the national 2015 Good Schools Guide Award for Boys taking Art & Design (3D Studies) at GCSE.
Canterbury Steiner School has been presented with this award by The Good Schools Guide for out-performing all other English schools in its category. The prestigious annual awards, […]
Congratulations to Jago Brett and Theo Macdonald (Class 10) who won an national computer coding competition organised by Young Rewired State. They took part in a week long “Coding Camp” earlier in the summer and, with 2 other Bristol boys, designed and coded an app to help people follow their favourite bands and meet […]
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