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“Rewilding” article

Maddy Isaacs

Article by Class 10 student Maddy Isaacs What is rewilding? Rewilding is a progressive and relatively new approach to conservation. It is done by allowing a patch of land to take care of itself with minimum human intervention. The idea is that nature is best at healing itself and naturally regenerates when left alone. To […]

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“Page Turners” in celebration of World Book Day

Class 10

Book Review Collection by Class 10 Class 10 read an article of their own choice over the half-term holidays and this week they wrote original and thoughtful reviews of their chosen book, exploring how they relate to 21stC issues. We publish them here as a celebration of World Book Day 2021 – and to encourage […]

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Screen-free learning

The Steiner Waldorf schools – individual-oriented and screen-free learning – are currently the rage among hi-tech parents in California’s Silicon Valley. Read full report here

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Class 9 Have Published a Short Story Collection!

Presenting The Lockdown Shorts by Class 9!A collection of short stories planned, written and edited in our Narrative Main Lesson.We ask that when you download this e-book, you make a small contribution to Kangaroos, a charity for disabled children: ‘Kangaroos is a registered disability charity based in Mid Sussex providing a range of fun, inclusive […]

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Class 7b have been making cakes

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Gym workouts with Mr Room and Miss Selter

Skipping with Mr Room is for Classes 3 – 8

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School Opening Information

Information as at Monday 4th January 2021 20:45 Children will learn remotely until February half term.  Our Kindergartens are currently partially open, to children of non statutory school age and to Kindergarten children of parents with key worker status. Children of statutory school age will receive remote learning packs We are still able to provide […]

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Advent Festival of Music

Dear Everyone,On the last Friday of term, we treated ourselves to an Advent Festival of Music. Whilst we really missed singing and playing for our community, we made the most of this opportunity to make music together and I am delighted that we can share some of it with you as we approach Christmas. When listening […]

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Seasonal Medley – Old Scholar

Here is a seasonal medley that will have you tapping your toes, humming along  and grinning from ear to ear. Philharmonia cellist and Waldorf alumni, Alex Rolton has put together a string of well-known tunes in a big-band style that suggests more instruments being involved than just a single cello. Do share and spread the […]

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The Mansion is looking very festive this morning.

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