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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 […]

Ringwood Waldorf pupils turn eco-warriors on school run

Cycle to School Day: Pedalling for the Planet

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Ringwood Waldorf pupils turn eco-warriors on school run Environmental awareness was the theme of the lesson as dozens of pupils took to pedal power to arrive at one of the South’s leading alternative schools. Ringwood Waldorf School’s Cycle to School Day encouraged families from as far away as Southampton, south Wiltshire and Blandford to use […]

Eco Garden planting wildflowers for bees at Ringwood Waldorf School

To Bee or Not to Bee

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The Bee Cause in our Eco Garden This week, Class 6 finished sowing a wildflower meadow in the Eco-Garden. In a joint venture with Friends of the Earth who, as part of their ‘The Bee Cause’ campaign, donated the seeds, we hope to achieve a colourful, buzzing meadow next summer.  Due to the rapidly declining […]

Aluminium recycling initiative at Ringwood Waldorf School for foil and cans

Aluminium Energy-Saving in School Car Park

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Collecting Aluminium cans and foil Since the summer term, lots of us have separating our Aluminium Cans and Foil and placing it in the big bin at the front of the school. Last week our keen collectors noticed the bin was full. The contents were checked, removed and crushed energetically by the children then put […]

Me to We sponsored bike ride by pupils of Ringwood Waldorf School in aid of Emmaus charity

Pedal Power! Me to We Fundraiser

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Pedal power guides Ringwood Waldorf School’s help for homeless Help for Emmaus Children at a leading alternative school are getting on their bikes to help homeless people in the South. Around 15 pupils are cycling from Ringwood Waldorf School to Poole Quay to raise funds for the Emmaus charity, a social enterprise community that offers […]