Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School

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The Shepherd's Play at Glenaeon - a unique event!

The Shepherds’ Play was performed on Tuesday evening

The Shepherd's Play at Glenaeon - a unique event!

The Shepherds’ Play was performed on Tuesday evening

Yr 12 Formal

T'was was a balmy summers evening upon the green...

Class 2 visit St Paul's Retirement Village

Class 2 spent this term steeped in the wondrous legends of the saints

Elicia Ferguson Art success

Elicia Ferguson was a finalist in the Joy Ewart Scholarship

Wires visit school to chat to Class 3 and 4

Wires volunteer, Sharni, visited Class 3 and 4 this week

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Fruit and vegetables for the Harvest Festival

We invite all families to donate of fruit/vegetables for the Harvest Festival by Monday 20th March (next Monday).

Reading help

Year 9 students are helping students with their reading each week, as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze award.

Bubble Soccer

Ever wondered what its like to play soccer while surrounded by a clear plastic bubble?

Class 5 artworks

This week's photo shows artwork produced by Class 5 students during their Ancient China Main Lesson.

Year 10 surfing lesson

What do you do when you arrive at a beach for a surfing lesson and the beach is closed?

Marie Nicholls' birthday celebration

Last week Marie Nicholls' celebrated her 80th birthday, fittingly at the Marion Mahony Griffin Hall in Castlecrag.

Solar power at Castlecrag

2016 was the year that the Glenaeon Eco Council established solar power generation at the Castlecrag Campus of Glenaeon.

Assembly Leaders

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

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.

Year 7 King Arthur Main Lesson

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.

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