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Our Mission

To provide a nurturing, creative and academic education inspired by the indications of Rudolf Steiner for a healthy social life and the developing human being.

Our Vision

To enable each individual to realise their potential to be self aware, resourceful and resilient, with the empathy, skills and initiative to make a positive contribution to the world.

From the Principal

Hello everyone, Welcome back to the new school year. It was just wonderful to see the students all pouring back into the school last week with bright, smiling faces, looking rested, refreshed and ready to learn. It was also wonderful to see the school staff coming back with such enthusiasm for their work with the students at the school after their well earned break. We started the year welcoming some new (and almost new) teachers to the school. I am sure you will join me in welcoming Jenny (Kindergarten), Anna (Class 1), Paddy (HS Geography), Alix (English) and Phoenix (HS Drama T1). Later in the term we will welcome James (Class 5) and Emily (Kindy) and next term Ben (HS Drama). It was wonderful to meet with our Class One parents at a morning tea on Tuesday and then our Kindergarten parents on Wednesday morning. The relationship we have with the families within our school community is so important to our work with the students. I really value every opportunity to meet with parents and…
Hello everyone, We finished our school year on a note of celebration with a wonderful High School showcase night, some very entertaining Class plays, a beautiful Christmas concert and our annual Christmas Market, High School and Primary School celebration outings and a beautiful Kindergarten Christmas Festival. What a wonderful last couple of weeks! Our HSC students received their results this week and we are very proud of the achievements of each of our students. In a class of 25 students, 14 Band 6 results (over 90) and 61 Band 5 (over 80) results were recorded for the school. Students demonstrated outstanding results in drama, with eight out of 12 students receiving scores of over 90. One of our Drama groups were selected for OnStage, 2016. Visual Art results were also extremely strong with two Band 6 results on top of three nominations to Art Express earlier this term. A number of students also received Band 6 results in English Extension 1 and 2, D and T and PDHPE. You may have…
Hello everyone, Summer has arrived with a blast of heat and everywhere in the school people are busy working on end-of-year activities. This is a time of endings and transitions as students start moving classrooms and preparing for what will come next year. Our older Kindergarten children are preparing for the move into Class 1 and their final Kindy festival in the last week of school. Our Class 6 children have been doing some transition activities in preparation for their move into the High School and our Year 10 students are preparing to sit their exams. With all this activity, it has been lovely to pause during the week and enjoy some of the really lovely things happening across the school. I have really enjoyed listening to the ensemble perform for the Primary School and then listening to the sounds of the Class 6 musical performance floating up the hill. I have also enjoyed calling in to see Class 3 rehearsing their play and then going down to the D&T room to watch some of our…
Hello everyone, What a wonderful week we have had this week. There have been many activities happening across the school and we have also received some very exiting news. I am really pleased to let you know that we have been notified that we have received Capital Grants funding from the Commonwealth government so that we can build a new Science and Mathematics Innovation Centre in the High School. The building will have two Science labs as well as some flexible teaching and learning spaces in the upper level. Whilst there are still a lot of design and approval processes to step through, we hope that building will begin in the first half of next year. I will keep you regularly updated on progress in relation to this exciting project. Our Kindergarten parents met this week and were introduced to their new Class One Teacher for 2017. We are really excited that Anna Weatherstone will be taking up this position. Anna is a young Steiner Teacher who has been working in our school both…
Hello everybody, Friday marked the final exam for our HSC students and the end of a wonderful journey, with a number of students having been at the school since Kindergarten. I would like to thank the school community for your patience whilst the HSC exams were taking place. Everybody worked hard to ensure the spaces around the exam rooms were quiet and undisturbed. Whilst holding the exams within the school causes some disruption, sitting exams in a known environment does help to reduce the stress for our HSC students. On Monday I will join some of the teachers to say a final farewell to our 2016 graduating class at a formal dinner. Last week we also welcomed the Ensemble Della Mar back from their tour of Victoria and Tasmania. I have received feedback that the ensemble's performances were vibrant, entertaining and inspiring. The ensemble will be playing at a "Welcome Home" concert on Thursday at the school from 5.45 pm. This will be a wonderful celebration of our talented students…
  • Year 7 Parent Meeting
    Tuesday 21st February
    6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

    All year 7 teachers attending

  • Class 1 Meeting
    Wednesday 22nd February
    5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

  • Primary School Swimming
    Monday 27th February

    Year 6 10-11.00am
    Years 4 and 5 11-12.00pm
    Years 2 and 3 12-1.00pm

  • Class 2 Parent Meeting
    Tuesday 28th February
    5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

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