Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School

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Handwork from Term 3

The children, students and parents were very industrious in handwork and textiles last term

Handwork from Term 3

The children, students and parents were very industrious in handwork and textiles last term

Class 2 Spring Festival

The rain may have cancelled the Spring Festival

Class 2 Eurythmy

Parents were treated to a beautiful display and explanation of some of the term's Eurythmy and dance work

Year 7 Polynesia Main lesson

Year 7 made these Polynesian shields during their Visual Arts lessons

Paddling to school

Year 12 students, Mitch Wood and Ed Bacon, decided to try an alternative travelling option to school recently

More Recent Stories

Castlecrag School Tour

Take a tour of our K-2 campus located in the heart of Castlecrag. Explore some of the beautiful classrooms, enjoy an informative talk from the Head of School, and finish up with a delicious morning tea.

Middle Cove School Tour

Tour the beautiful Middle Cove campus, enjoy an informative talk from the Head of School, and discuss any questions you may have with the Enrolments Registrar

The Rite Journey

2014 sees the beginning of an exciting and challenging new program at Glenaeon; a program that marks the beginning of our Year 9 students' journeys into 'Womanhood' or 'Manhood'.

John Billing Lyre Concert

Glenaeon was recently treated to a lyre concert by the renowned musician John Billing.

Where are they now?

We really enjoy bringing you 'Where are they now?' - a look at what our talented and diverse Alumni community are doing now. Today we feature Richard Claremont (82') who is an internationally acclaimed and prolific Australian artist.

The Sydney Independent Schools' Expo

Come and visit the Glenaeon stand at the Sydney Independent Schools' Expo at the University of Sydney on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th March.

30 Years of Service at Glenaeon

A milestone of service was recently celebrated by six members of Glenaeon staff.

Harvest Festival

March 19th 2014. The Harvest Festival is unique to Steiner schools, and the produce of the earth is gathered and our labours recognised in a celebration.

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