PART-TIME HANDWORK TEACHER We are seeking a handwork teacher to work approximately 14 hours per week from the start of Term 2. 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 03 528… Read more »
Sunday 2 April 2017. 10am to 4pm Rain or shine its on. A well-established family fun day promising a great line-up of games, entertainment, produce, craft and food. Experience the magical atmosphere at a school fair with a difference. The decorations and festive atmosphere are a delight for children who love to revisit the games… Read more »
We are looking for a teacher who has experience with Waldorf pedagogy, is committed to working collegially out of anthroposophy and is registered to teach or able to become registered. The appointed teacher would ideally be committed to taking the class to the completion of Class 7. For more information contact or an application pack… Read more »
Make a note, 11 September is Spring Fair day at the Motueka Rudolf Steiner School. All the usual games, entertainment, produce, food and costumes. The focus is on fun for children and families. 10am to 4pm, 480 High Street, Motueka.
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Sunday 20 September 2015. Planning for our biggest annual event is well under way. All the usual games and stalls will be there. This event is unique among school fairs because all games, prizes and food are made by the parents and supporters of the school. Teachers will be there to talk about Steiner education… Read more »
Presentation by Dieter Proebst and our Earth Group. Monday 15th, 7:30pm at Lower School. Dieter and the Earth Group have begun a study of our farm land. Plans to develop and restore the land will arise from these observations and learnings. Come and learn about biodynamics and what the Earth Group are doing. Join us… Read more »
The Chanel Arts Centre will see the talents of NZ born – writer, speech performer, actor, speech therapist and voice teacher, Michael Burton in a one man performance celebrating the characters of William Shakespeare. Although now based in Sydney, Michael has worked with artistic speech and drama in various ways for over 35 years nationally… Read more »
The second talk in the series with Warwick Sandler The Temperaments and the Child – Is Personality formed or inherent? Place: Kahu Room @ school Date: 6th of May Time: 11.30am till 12.30pm A talk and discussion with parents and anyone else who would like to come. All welcome.
Term 2, 2016 Upcoming Events Saturday, 21st May Nelson Schools Cross Country – Rabbit Island Tuesday, 24th May Bob Bickerton at Lower School Wed – Fri, 1st-3rd June Sue Simpson Visit (Talk to be announced) Thursday, 2nd June Tasman Regional Hockey Tournament Class 4 & 5… Read more »