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Year 10 were treated to a Horrowshow at school this week
Frau Tietge-Rollans brought in some gingerbread house kits to school this week
The participants at Elizabeth's Shibori indigo workshop look happy to display their instant results
An exhibition game was played at lunchtime between our two successful netball teams.
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The next Parent Education seminar will take place this Friday 16th May from 9.20 - 11am. Dr Narelle Savage will be covering the topic of Child Health and Winter/
Glenaeon now has a dedicated official Alumni Facebook page where you can re-connect with former classmates, find out about reunions and special events and keep up to date with all of the latest Glenaeon news.
Year 10 have been rehearsing for their upcoming musical The White Rose - a dramatic musical based on the true story of a group of students who formed an unprecedented resistance movement to Hitler's regime.
The first Alumni Newsletter – GlenX is now out. Find out all the news from our Alumni, get the latest updates on reunions and hear what’s new at Glenaeon.
The Kindergarten and Classes 1 and 2 enjoyed their wonderful Harvest Festivals last Wednesday. The children were treated to wonderful violin music, played games, sang songs, and enjoyed a sumptuous feast.
Year 9 enjoyed a fantastic camp in the Wolgan Valley last week, experiencing climbing, canyoning, walking and traversing the region. The students thoroughly enjoyed the simple daily routine of eating, adventuring, and sleeping under the stars.
Our next Twilight Market will be held on Friday April 4th at the Castlecrag campus from 3 - 6pm, and is a great family afternoon that is open to the school and wider community. The markets are abuzz with wonderful homegrown music, yummy baked goods and a sizzling sausage-sizzle. Relax with some delicious food while listening to the music, or simply wander through our eclectic stalls offering gorgeous homemade products and clothing.
We recently celebrated The Harvest Festival in Assembly with singing, poems and stories. This festival is unique to Steiner schools, where the produce of the earth is gathered, and our labours recognised in a celebration. The oranges, reds and yellows have burst into flame in various fruits and vegetables such as pumpkins, tomatoes and squash. A time of equal day and night - it is a time when nature is considered to be in balance.
The next event in our Parent Education Program will be 'Optimising Our Ability to Learn'. On Friday 28th March, Annette Barone will host a talk on exploring the role of movement in learning, and discuss how this unfolds according to child development. She will also talk about practical activities to incorporate into home life.
An open day will be held at the Middle Cove Campus on Friday 4th April from 9:15 am until 12:00 pm. The open day is a fantastic opportunity for prospective parents to tour the school, observe classrooms from Year 3 to Year 12 in action, and view displays of student work and performances.