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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 […]

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, […]

RWS Variety Show 2018

Variety Show 2018 Review

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Our Variety Show 2018    Our Variety Show 2018 – It was loud, it was fun, it was bursting with energy – what a night! There was singing & dancing, puppets & miming, magic, competitions, gymnastics, a mad horse, a performing dog, moments of slapstick & moments of serenity and much more. Brave & lovely […]

Classroom work at Ringwood Waldorf School Class 4 Man and Animals

Open Evening Review

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Review: Open Evening January 2018 I only recently learnt that the Open Evenings are for everyone… parents already in the school, grandparents, friends… as well as new families. At 6pm last Tuesday it was black and blustery outdoors; Keir and I had a cosy fire going and aromas of a tasty supper emanating from the […]

Madagascar!

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a talk and screening given by Andy Smith in Keir Hall at the school review by Ben Dickenson Bampton, Class 10 pupil One warm Friday evening, Keir Hall filled with parents and students alike, all keen to hear Upper School teacher Andy Smith’s talk on Madagascar. Using a slideshow of photos taken on his guided tours […]

A Journey through the History of Music

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End of year concert 2013 – Class 8 review by Caroline Doherty, parent As parents, we are often taken aback at the quality and beauty of the work our children produce at school. Sometimes, it comes as a complete surprise as we had absolutely no idea what they were up to (and I am speaking […]

Ringwood Carnival 2012

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Warm sunshine, live South American music, many happy smiley faces and a carnival truck packed with enthusiastic drummers adorned with coloured ribbons and feathers.  In Ringwood?  Yes, indeed! Children, parents and friends all had a wonderful afternoon at the Ringwood Carnival. The excitement started building up the day before when young and old met after […]

The Order of the Heavens – Class 7 play

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written by John Trevellian – performed by Class 7 review by Christine Polyblank, school founder Beautiful costumes, harmonious music, exciting scenery and lighting, an excellent script and children brimming with confidence – all this and more was enjoyed by the audience attending Class 7’s play ‘The Order of the Heavens’. The play deals with the personal […]

The Challenge of Rudolf Steiner – Part II

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A film screening in Keir Hall at the school on 5th October 2012 by Howard Smith The film (made in 2011 to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Steiner’s birth) complements Part 1 (shown at Ringwood Waldorf School in May 2012) and gives additional biographical details of Steiner’s remarkable life. The emphasis in this second film is […]