Yesterday we submitted our application to become a Partnership School Kura Hourua (PSKH). This is a new type of school model being created in New Zealand, based on the Charter School, or Free School, systems in USA and England. The government wants to establish a small number of these schools opening at the start of… Read more »
Two magazines have published articles about our school recently. OneSmile is a local magazine published in Nelson City, read the article here. 360 Neuseeland is published in Germany, read the article here.
We have had two successful fundraising events recently. We had a stall at the Evolve Festival in Nelson and also at the Mapua Easter Fair. We sold homemade gingerbeer and pear lemonade by the cup, plus some hand craft and merchandise. A highlight of these events is connecting with our wider support community and making… Read more »
The New campus group held an event on 12 February to launch our fundraising campaign. Local media attended and both the Guardian Newspaper and Motueka Golden Bay News carried the story. Invited guests were given an overview of our new campus project and had a chance to meet teachers and Trustees over pizza from the school… Read more »
You may be aware that the Minister of Education has decided to close Salisbury School in Richmond. The school is fighting the decision and is mounting a legal challenge. Recently they held an afternoon fundraising event for the legal costs. We went to support them and set up two stalls. Gabrielle offered face-painting from one… Read more »
Once again the Motueka Rudolf Steiner School entry in the Starlight Parade was a prize winner. This year we received the “Best School entry.” This year’s parade was the biggest ever and it was estimated that half of the town’s population came to watch. Read the article in www.motuekaonline.org.nz
Motueka High School held its junior prize giving on 6th December 2012. Motueka Rudolf Steiner School is one of the smallest primary schools feeding students to the high school, yet Steiner students received numerous prizes. The highest honour went to Livia Strub who was awarded Top all round student in year 10. Click here to… Read more »