Bristol Steiner School have welcomed a new Head Teacher, Nicola Forder, following the departure of Ruth Glover at the end of the Autumn term.
We are writing to provide clarification regarding SWSF’s advice to schools around the use of vaccinations and in particular the current Government programme to combat the Covid virus.
In common with all schools in the UK, Steiner Waldorf schools around the country have been working tirelessly to support children, families and staff through the Coronavirus pandemic.
Steiner teachers from around the UK met for two days over half term to hear from international Literacy specialists. This online conference explored all aspects of literacy teaching in Waldorf education, from the creative and artistic introduction of letter shapes through art, to practical advice on instructional approaches.
Teacher Silvia Lauzzana on the innovative ideas Steiner kindergartens used to support children’s learning without turning to technology.
An article from Tes championing the efforts of three brothers and former pupils at the Edinburgh Steiner School.
An interview by The Guardian featuring our Executive Director, Fran Russell.
‘The government has got it wrong. The first thing for children is emotional security, and that’s what we’re doing at Steiner.’
We stand with our international colleagues, our schools and other organisations around the world to share our abhorrence at the injustice and discrimination faced by Black and Ethnic Minority communities in the UK and beyond.
A review of the ‘Roots and Renewal’ Steiner Waldorf Teachers’ National (Online) Conference (April 2020)
Please find a link here to download and view the letter from the Executive Director of the SWSF to the Secretary of State regarding the Avanti Schools Trust academies.
Please find a link here to download and view the SWSF statement in response to the publication of the curriculum review by the Avanti Schools Trust.
Press Release below from https://www.crossfieldsinstitute.com/first-graduates-of-level-2-integrated-education-certificate/
Teacher Cormac Griffith with 5 of the Raheen Wood ALFA students who received their Crossfields Level 2 Integrated Education Certificates.
Congratulations to students from Raheen Wood ALFA school in Ireland, who are the first graduates of the Crossfields Institute Level 2 Integrated Education Certificate. Their teacher, Cormac Griffith, is a recent graduate from the Post-Graduate Certificate in the Philosophy and Practice of Integrative Education, delivered by Crossfields Learning.
The students’ Independent Projects were inspiring and very diverse, and they confidently demonstrated development of their Creative Thinking Skills. Find out more about the ACTS project and Creative Thinking Skills, and the suite of qualifications developed by Crossfields Institute with Creative Thinking Skills and transdisciplinarity at their core.