Entries by Yvette

Northern Rivers Impro Schools Challenge 2018

On Friday 6th April 2018 a team from CBRSS competed in a theatre games evening for schools and student groups in the Northern Rivers at the Drill Hall Mullumbimby. Teams of 3 to 5 students from years 9 to 12 from each participating school or youth group perform with teams from other schools and groups in the […]

Congratulations

We would like to congratulate 3 of our year 10 girls, Monica Brandolini, Tilka Fosmale and Sophia Mendelson-Wright who play in local Ladies Basketball competition at Ewingsdale. On Wednesday 10th April their team won the Grand Final 33 to 31 in a nail biting finish to the season.

Alumni News – Cecilia Brandolini

Cecilia graduated from CBRSS in 2015 and we are excited to share that she has just released her debut EP ‘Naive Trust’. Alongside 2 brand new singles and official videos. Cecilia is an acclaimed singer, songwriter, instrumentalist and the Winner of 2017 Tweed Battle of the Bands and finalist of 2018 Bluesfest Busking Competition Cecilia is […]

Alumni news – Melbourne

In a recent visit to Melbourne, Katie was thrilled to catch up with some past students from HSC 2015 and 2016. Hannah Richards and Aleshanee Kelso are studying a Bachelor of Circus Arts at NICA. Jasmine Pierce is living on campus at The University of Melbourne, studying a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing and […]

P & F Fundraiser

Looking for quality art and craft supplies or a Steiner inspired gift or toy? Art Makes Sense! A beautiful array of quality art and craft supplies as well as Steiner based toys are available online at Mercurius http://www.mercurius.com.au/ Enter the promotional code: FRIENDCBRSS and 15% of the sale will also go towards P&F fundraising!

Stages of development

When what we introduce into the children’s world of ideas and feelings is in line with the direction of the developmental forces of a given stage of life, we strengthen the entire developing person in a way that remains a source of strength throughout that person’s life. ~ Rudolf Steiner

From the Principal

Hello everyone, Here we are in the last week of term and, whilst it has been a long term, it has been a really productive 11 weeks and time seems to have flown. Our students are ready for the break and I know our teaching staff are also ready for some recuperation time. There have […]

Car park, school drop-offs & pick-ups

Thank you to everyone, for your patience with our altered drop-off and pick-up arrangements this year. Just a reminder that we ask that parents with children in Classes 3 and above use the drop-off and pick–up system rather than parking to pick up children. We have had a number of cars bogged in the last […]

Survey – Please Participate

By now you will have received an email inviting you to take part in a survey which has been commissioned by Steiner Education Australia. Not only will the survey results give a National picture of staff, parents and students’ experience of Steiner education, but our school will also receive the survey results from our school […]

Communication

Reception forms the gateway for initial email communication to the school. When Margaret receives a parent email for a teacher, she forwards the email on to the teacher concerned. If you have a particularly sensitive matter which you would like to communicate to the teacher, you could either send it as an attachment to your […]

School Community Conversation Evening

As it is now almost 2 years since we held the wonderfully successful Parent Engagement Evening at the school, we would like to invite members of our school community to attend a School Community Conversation Evening on Monday 14th May at 6.00 pm at the school. Members of the management team will attend and we look […]

What’s Essential: Five Gifts of a Steiner School Education

By Steve Sagarin (This brief article is based on part of my talk, “What Makes Waldorf, Waldorf? Separating Myths from Essentials and Making the Future Bright,” a keynote address at the annual Governance, Leadership and Management (GLaM) Conference, Steiner Education Australia (SEA), Shearwater, The Mullumbimby Steiner School, NSW, Australia. May 2, 2015.) A Steiner school […]

RCM day success

We had a lovely, productive, community RCM Morning recently with 10-12 parents attending. We were able to work together & improve a number of areas around Admin & the Top Playground. Such a fun way to contribute to the physical body of the school & enrich our community.