News & Events
Congratulations to the Class of 2017
The Shepherd's Play performance was presented for the school community
Movements at the Station 2017
The end of the year brings movement, and we both farewell a number of teachers and staff who are leaving Glenaeon as well as look forward to new people who will join us in 2018.
Teaching and Learning/ Drama: Delaney Crawley: is moving to Samford Valley Steiner School to be High School Administrator: our loss is their gain and we look forward to hearing of legendary drama productions in the Samford environs.
Biology/Science: Jessica Huybrechts: is moving to the Central Coast and the CC Steiner School will be the lucky recipients of her children Jeremy and Finn (from our Class 3 and K).
Mathematics: Anna Hayes is moving to Canberra where her husband has been appointed Head of School at Marist College.
Little Kindergarten: Jutta Schulte (Little Kindy) has found the travel from the northern beaches too arduous and leaves with regret.
Music: Pru Borgert is moving back to Bellingen to teach at Bellingen High.
Year 8: Ben Waters: will be finishing at the end of the year. We thank him for his great contribution to Year 8 and we wish him well for his new family and the future.
Enrolments Registrar Karen Scott is moving to the outskirts of Bellingen, and a role as Administrative Assistant at Chrysalis Steiner School.
Year 8 were lucky enough to visit the Rembrandt exhibition
Year 10 were treated to a Horrowshow at school this week
More Recent Stories
Students from Class 1 to Year 12 walked the winter spiral
Class 3 are skipping for our native animals
Next Thursday June 21 from 6.30pm
Glenaeon hosted a friendly chess game
Year 9 students have been developing skills and techniques in using oil paints
On a wonderful autumn day, 42 keen Glenaeon runners assembled in Centennial Park
Tuesday was a very rainy day
Former staff member Zoe Wheeler, a paramedic, and her husband Anthony,visited Glenaeon this week
Yr 9 Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award students work with Class 3 to support their reading