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Wish, Wonder & Surprise: Poems in Class 7

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Wish, Wonder & Surprise… Creative Writing Class 7 have been writing poems this term as part of their Creative Writing Main Lesson Block ‘Wish, Wonder and Surprise’. They are so lovely, we wanted to show them here:   Bluebells by Ishbel Sinclair Look at all the bluebells, In the bluebell woods. With their bright green stalks, […]

Class 7 Trip London National Gallery Raphael 2

Leonardo or Raphael?

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Class 7 Visit the National Gallery in London Last week, Class 7 took the train to London to visit the National Gallery. In their Main Lesson block, they have been looking at three of the master artists of the Renaissance – Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael. This trip was their opportunity to stand and […]

Making Globes in Geography in Class 7 at Ringwood Waldorf School

Globes & Globe-Making in Class 7

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  Globes and Globe-Making by Pankaj Sulodia – Class 7 Teacher During last term’s geography Main Lesson, Class 7 were very busy making papier mache globes. They have been studying the geography of the world. Rudolf Steiner indicated that pupils should get an image of the world as a whole before moving into the geography […]

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…

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 […]