Enrolling Now for 2019 The Armidale Waldorf School is based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner, whose philosophy emphasises the importance of educating the whole person, not just the mind. Our NESA approved curriculum balances academic achievements, artistic experiences and practical life skills, while emphasising a love of nature and the environment. Most children start [...]
SEA has employed an external firm to undertake research, the prime objective of which is to give a better understanding of what our reputation is from parent, teacher, alumni and government perspectives. This will act as a springboard to create and communicate a cohesive, evidence-informed narrative on why Steiner education works. It will enable us [...]
The children were thrilled to be able to assist in the release of an Echidna that had been rescued and rehabilitated by our preschool Director Amber who is also a WIRES member. Such a wonderful opportunity to see this amazing creature up close but also to teach the children the value of caring for our [...]
In this Inside View, we take a look at Kindergarten. Our Kindergarten focuses on play, developing the student's imagination and giving the child the freedom to fall in love with learning. Would a warm, unhurried and gentle environment suit your child? Contact us to arrange a tour 6772 8876 or firstname.lastname@example.org (Messages will be attended [...]
An Inside View into Drawing the World around us in Class 7/8. For students in Class 7/8, the entry into adolescence can be a time of change and uncertainty but also a time of exciting discovery and the chance to experience the world in a new way. At this age, drawing can offer these students [...]
An Inside View into Class 5/6 learning Geometry in 2017!
An Inside View into Chemistry in Class 7/8 shows how Science is taught in a Steiner School, which is through students being guided to observe the phenomena that is before them, what they can see and what other sense can help them to truly observe what is happening.
Class 3/4 discovered this term the origins of written word in different cultures - such a fascinating journey for them, culminating with Class 4 receiving their very own fountain pen (something for Class 3 to look forward to next year).
Class 1/2 performed the King of Ireland's Son during Term 4, a beautiful tale of overcoming problems. Plays are such an important part of our curriculum allowing students to practice their performing skills and grow in their confidence.