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2018 Summer Holiday Club at Ringwood Waldorf School

August Summer Holiday Club!

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August Summer Holiday Club 6th-17th August 2018:  for 6-12 year olds. A crafts and adventure summer holiday club for 6 to 12-year-olds from 6th to 17th August. Open to all.   If you’re looking for something great to do for your children this summer, try our August Summer Holiday Club.  We’re providing a healthy, entertaining […]

St Johns Midsummer Festival 2018 at Ringwood Waldorf School

Festival: Celebrating Midsummer St Johns 2018

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St John’s Festival 2018 Last Friday we celebrated Midsummer at school with St John’s Festival. As is traditional, the fire was lit by students from Class 10 for the whole community to gather round. Then there was a short assembly in Keir Hall and music from the Mother Ukers and their ukeleles. Gathering around the […]

The Tempest performed by Class 10 of Ringwood Waldorf School

Play: ‘The Tempest’ by Class 10

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The Tempest by William Shakespeare Performed by Class 10 Before heading off on their Wilderness class trip to Sweden, Class 10 made the time to share their end-of-year performance of Shakespeare’s ‘Tempest’ with us. What a magnificent play it is, and how magnificently performed it was – we loved it! We know this class well […]

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Eco-School Silver Award!

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Ringwood Waldorf School has obtained an Eco-Schools’ Silver Award! by Gill Hickman Sussed in the Forest, Eco-Schools Assessor Eco-schools award   It was a genuine pleasure to meet members of Class 7 whose hard work has been instrumental in the school obtaining the award. While Ringwood Waldorf School’s entire ethos is underpinned by a genuinely […]

Ringwood Waldorf School Summer Fair 2018 Poster

Eco School – Getting to the Summer Fair!

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It’s our wonderful summer fair this Saturday and we’d love everyone to come. GETTING HERE The summer fair is on Saturday and we are very limited on parking. Please travel to school using alternative means if you can. Cycle – The Castleman Trailway passes by the school, Dorset’s longest and nicest cycleways. Bus – The X3, […]

Spring Flowers in our Wildflower Meadow

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June is here, and the wildflower meadow Class 6 planted in partnership with Friends of the Earth’s ‘Bee Cause’ campaign, is starting to blossom.  Do go to our School Garden and have a look if you get a moment.  It’s quite modest, but rather beautiful. Our aim of attracting bees and butterflies is beginning to […]

Ahoy Concert at Gloucester Cathedral with pupils from Ringwood Waldorf School and Wynstones May 2018

Ahoy! Concert in Gloucester Cathedral

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Ahoy! Concert Last Friday many pupils from Classes 4 & 5 travelled to Gloucester Cathedral to take part in a multi-Steiner School concert, Ahoy!  The sun was shining, the children were in great form and the afternoon rehearsals, which were interspersed with picnics in the beautiful grounds of the cathedral and making new friends from […]

Play: ‘Earnestly Oscar’ by Class 8

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‘Earnestly Oscar’ performed by Class 8 Another group of students we have watched growing up – many from Kindergarten – has reached the milestone of Class 8 and, as is the custom, they have chosen a play to offer as a gift to the whole school. Two contrasting plays, in fact, both by Oscar Wilde, […]

Business is Booming in Class 6

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  On Wednesday 9th May at 3.30pm, students and parents at Ringwood Waldorf School were invited to sample the sweetness of summer at the Class 6 Business Maths Event, where groups of children showcased their business ideas for products and services. These included: the Sumptuous Smoothie stall,  the Cracking Cakes stall,  the Incredible Ice-cream stall,  the Joyous Juice-lollies stall,  […]

Building work on the new science block in progress at Ringwood Waldorf School

Gallery: Building Work Progress

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You may have noticed the building work going on at the edge of the school field opposite the Lantern. It’s phase 1 of the new Upper School buildings designed by Keir Polyblank (of Keir Hall fame – he designed the original school buildings we all know and love). The work is being done by Honeywell Builders […]