Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School

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For the Love of Learning: Academic Achievement Assembly

It was an enormous pleasure this week to welcome back some of our Class of 2018 to celebrate their achievements at the HSC. Our Academic Achievement assembly on Wednesday was an opportunity to acknowl.. Read More

New Roles, Familiar Faces

It has been a great pleasure this week to be announcing the new step in our leadership structure. The positions of Director of Students (Dani Finch) and Director of Studies (Liz Nevieve) are bein.. Read More

Welcome to 2019!

The year has begun very smoothly with all our new and continuing students settling in, particularly our two intake years of Kindergarten and Year 7, and new students in almost all classes through .. Read More

Movements at the Station 2018/2019

“There was movement at the station, for the word had passed around That the colt from old Regret had got away…” The end of the year brings movement, and as in the immortal wo.. Read More

Coral, Crochet and Maths

Geometry in Nature is a continuing theme threading its way across Glenaeon’s curriculum. We help our students see Mathematics at work in natural forms so they carry with them though life a sense.. Read More

Welcome to Macfarlane Primary School

This week is a very special one for us. Visitors from MacFarlane Primary School in Katherine, Northern Territory are visiting and spending time in our classrooms. Over the past two years our Year 11 s.. Read More

Don’t Follow Your Dreams: Year 12 Graduation Assembly 2018

Dear Year 12, at Graduation ceremonies around the country at this time of year, very wise people will be telling graduating students like you to go out and follow your dreams, that you can live your d.. Read More

Natural Education: "Nature offers a never-ending playground of possibilities..."

November 1 was Outdoor Classroom Day, a world-wide movement to improve children’s health, to engage them with learning, and to inspire them to a greater connection with Nature. In the words of t.. Read More

What Century Are We Living In?

As you will be aware, there has been a lot of comment around the right of independent schools to seek exemptions from the federal Discrimination Act regarding teachers and students. I have great respe.. Read More

From Play, Through Beauty, to Work

This week is Fair week and I am loath to suggest any parent reads more than he or she should when everyone is so busy, especially Class 4 parents. They have done a fabulous job in preparing for our an.. Read More