Motueka Steiner kindergarten teacher competes in the world’s toughest horse race. Marie is now home after taking 6th place in the event. She spent 8 days riding 1000 Km. The school community followed her online using GPS tracking. We were so excited to see her in the lead group throughout the race. See her facebook… Read more »
June 2017 Education Review Office report says, Children in this school benefit from a broad, deep and interesting curriculum. By the end of Year 8 they transition to high school as resourceful, confident, capable, and curious learners with strong literacy skills.” Curriculum strengths are its focus on the ‘whole’… Read more »
This year saw the introduction of a Farm to Table program with class 7. Lindsey Ellison is the inspiration behind the project and she joins the class once a week. The aim is to teach practical life skills, create a positive food culture and foster community around sharing food. For the students the learning is… Read more »
Motueka Rudolf Steiner School has a roll of 65 students and operates 4 composite class groups up to Class 7. We are seeking a Class 1 teacher to begin in Term 1 2018. Our ideal candidate has experience with Waldorf pedagogy, is committed to working collegially out of anthroposophy and is registered to teach or… Read more »
The Motueka Rudolf Steiner School community are celebrating a milestone for their project to build a new farm-based school. The necessary resource consents were granted by the Tasman District Council in June 2017. Securing an ideal site and getting the necessary consents were seen as the biggest hurdles for the project. “Without the farm and… Read more »
Motueka Rudolf Steiner School students have shown their appreciation to the many generous donors who have helped enable the school to purchase 13.6ha of picturesque farmland near Motueka. Trees were planted on the farm last August via working bees attended by the students and the wider school community, a vibrant network of school families and… Read more »
It is a rare and exciting opportunity for a school community to design its future school, and even more unique that it will be a farm-based school. The design and planning of the new campus started in February 2015 and came together into a master plan in August 2016. Nineteen months of meetings, research and… Read more »
Click here to view the school Farm video from the air.
The best, the biggest and most successful Spring Fair. Once again the school community excelled. Well done everyone and thanks to everyone who joined us on the day. Here are the photos.
We are seeking a handwork teacher to work approximately 10 hours per week. You must have a passion to teach soft material handwork to children 6–13. Experience of Waldorf Pedagogy preferred. For more information contact or an application pack please contact Lis McCracken on 03 929 8651 or 03 528 0246 or e-mail [email protected] Applications close… Read more »