Luka Stefanovic, Class 6, became a powerful Roman Soldier to present his project as part of his Rome Main lesson home project.
Science teacher Stanley Tang took his Year 11 Biology students to Long Reef last Friday for their Independent Research Projects.
200 people gathered at Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School’s Power of Play in Nature seminar on March 5, 2020. Watch our highlights video.
Glenaeon is an independent, co-educational school catering for children from Preschool through to Year 12. For over 60 years, we’ve helped young men and women find meaning and direction in their lives. Through a complete education (academic, aesthetic, artisan, altruistic, and active wilderness), we equip students with everything they need to lead a life of character and contribution.
By offering an academically challenging, culturally enriching, warm, and humane environment, Glenaeon produces individuals who think creatively, act ethically, and can express themselves culturally. Individuals who are equipped to find mean ing in life, and to live a life with meaning. Recent research shows that living a meaningful life, one that involves a sense of belonging, purpose, context, and transcendence, may bemore rewarding than happiness itself. With this in mind, it’s more timely than ever to consider a Glenaeon education for your child.
We focus on experiencing the human journey through the great civilisations of the past
Creativity is not an add on. It’s embedded in all aspects of formal learning
An established culture of contributing, belonging and connecting
We embrace Steiner (Waldorf) Education, derived from the insights of Austrian-born philosopher, scientist, artist and educator Rudolf Steiner.
We provide a unique teaching and learning framework, building a thinking that is:
26th June 2019
The debate on play has hotted up this past week with Sir Ken Robinson adding his eminent voice to the push for more play in children’s lives, especially their school lives: see below for his view.
A webinar introduction to our Middle Cove campus Class 3 - Year 12 with Head of School Andrew Hill
5 decades of GlenX: Class of 2010, 2000, 1990, 1980, 1970