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Gallery: Africa in Class 8

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Class 8’s Main Lesson on Africa Of the many varied subjects taught in a Steiner-Waldorf school, geography occupies a unique position in the curriculum. In Class 8 Geography morning lesson we are currently focusing on Africa. Place We are learning about the physical as well as the cultural and historical features of the world’s second largest […]

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Creative Writing in Class 8 – A story by Joseph

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‘An Innocent Wish’ by Joseph Jawad Part of Class 8’s Creative Writing Main Lesson block The front door clicked shut.  “ You know what you want, right!”  “ Of course mommy” . Lucy and her six-year-old son called Eddie were walking down their street on the way to the closest shopping mall. The skyscrapers loomed […]

a page from Class 8 classwork Creative Writing main lesson by Ringwood Waldorf School pupil Woodley

Creative Writing in Class 8: ‘?’ A Story by Woodley

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Class 8’s Main Lesson Block has recently been on Creative Writing – here’s a wonderfully graphic tale by pupil Woodley Jones – click the first image to read the story page by page:

Class 8 Project Presentations at Ringwood Waldorf School 2018

Class 8 Projects 2018

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Each year, over the course of their last year in the main school, Class 8 work on a project outside school, then bring them in to share with everyone. The focus and scale of each project is the choice of the individual students – anything that they are passionate about. Each year, there is always […]

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, […]

video of Erasmus Hungary project in Budapest Spring 2017

Erasmus Hungary – in Budapest: Erasmus+ #7

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Students from Ringwood Waldorf School visited Budapest in Hungary – they recently joined other students from our 6 Erasmus+ partner schools for a series of collaborative workshops and projects: Erasmus Hungary…

Comenius Trip to Madrid 2013

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The Madrid trip was a very enjoyable experience: lovely weather and lovely people. We arrived at the train station of El Pinar, the town where the Escuela Libre Micael or Waldorf Free School Michael is, at around 6 pm and were warmly welcomed by two of the teachers and the host families. It was a week […]

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 […]