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@example.com. Applications close… Read more »
For 33 years Pioneer Hall has been the venue for early childhood Steiner Education in the Motueka area. After the kindergarten relocated to Wallace Street, the hall continued to serve us as a playgroup venue. The playgroup has now also moved to Wallace Street so the time came to say goodbye. Former parents and students… Read more »
Sowing the Seeds of Education is the headline on a recent article on the Pure Advantage website. Pure Advantage is an influential not-for-profit that investigates and promotes green growth in New Zealand. The article concludes that MRSS is setting the foundation for what could be the future blueprint in New Zealand education. High praise indeed…. Read more »
Graduates and past students of Motueka Rudolf Steiner School collected many high school awards for 2015, and achieved some impressive NCEA results. Most graduates from MRSS go on to Motueka High School. MRSS is one of the smallest primary schools feeding into Motueka High School so the list of top prizes is all the more… Read more »
See photos of the 2016 Autumn Fair here.
It is a pleasure to be reporting on a school that is in good heart and focused on what is in the best interest of the children. A year ago the picture was not as rosy with a declining roll and a looming financial problem. 2016 so far appears to be a year of growth… Read more »