Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School

News & Events

Student finalists in photography prize

Congratulations to Joshi Perera (Year 10) and Lone Bromley (Year 9)

Student finalists in photography prize

Congratulations to Joshi Perera (Year 10) and Lone Bromley (Year 9)

Class 4 garden

We caught Alisa and Kathy watering the newly planted garden outside Class 4 this week

The Lady and the Unicorn

A second group of Year 7 students attended The Lady and the Unicorn exhibition at The Art Gallery of NSW

Twilight Market

We enjoyed a ‘fair weather’ twilight market on a beautiful early autumn evening

Glenaeon students chosen for Smart Expressions

Congratulations to Augusta Gunn-Lynch and Imogen Hill

More Recent Stories

Blackboard Beauty

This week's blackboard comes from the current Class 3 Grammar Main Lesson, and was drawn by class teacher, Alisa Southon.

Gymnastics Success for Year 9 Student

The Australian Gymnastics Championships were held in Melbourne over two weeks from 22 May until 4 June.

Year 9 Art Excursion

Year 9 Visual Arts students visited the John Olsen exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW this week, as part of their exploration of the art of landscapes.

Preschool Sushi Day

Last Wednesday at the Preschool, one of the fathers who is a professional sushi chef came to make sushi with the children.

Class Five Camp

Class 5 recently travelled to the Blue Mountains and Blackheath for their annual camp.

Blackboard Beauty

This week's blackboard comes from the current Class 6 Ancient Rome Main Lesson, and was drawn by class teacher, Brendan Strobl.

Kai's Fencing News

Kai Hardge fenced in the School Championship Senior Boys Sabre Competition, representing Glenaeon last weekend.

Biodynamics Workshop - Sydney

Sydney Steiner House are hosting a 1-day Biodynamics workshop this coming Sunday.

Tony Martinson's Wedding

Remember back in April we shared photos of the wedding bread made by Neil Anderson for Year 7 Guardian, Tony Martinson, to celebrate his upcoming nuptials?

Winter is Coming

As the autumn leaves go brown on our nature tables and the first wattle flowers begin to bloom, we start to feel the icy breath of King Winter blowing down from the Mountains.

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