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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
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What do you do when you arrive at a beach for a surfing lesson and the beach is closed?
Last week Marie Nicholls' celebrated her 80th birthday, fittingly at the Marion Mahony Griffin Hall in Castlecrag.
2016 was the year that the Glenaeon Eco Council established solar power generation at the Castlecrag Campus of Glenaeon.
Every year senior students take on the role of Assembly Leaders and this year, the roles have been given to Anna Kitamura, Sam Finch and Misha Ree.
Nature Tables are seen in many Steiner Classrooms. They are used as a way to connect children with the rhythms of the natural world around them.
It's not just our smaller students who paint wet-on-wet. Year 7 have also been using this technique to paint images of Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, which is associated with the legend of King Arthur.
For the first time Dani and I conducted the Rite Journey Class Sleep Over as a mixed (big) group, which went very well.
Year 9 art students visited Taronga Zoo this week, to further study animals. The observations and sketches they undertook will inform a 3-D work in clay later in the term.
Did you know we have our very own wildlife rescuer here at Glenaeon?
In playgroup this term we have so much to celebrate as the long Summer days sparkle through our homes and into our souls.