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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, […]

Class 9 perform Greek play at Ringwood Waldorf School

Theatre: Agamemnon’s Dilemma

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Class 9 performed a Greek chorus for the whole school as part of their History of Theatre main lesson with Nancy. Their Greek play was performed wearing masks and simple costumes and told the story of Agamemnon’s dilemma. The unfortunate king had to choose whether or not to sacrifice his daughter to the gods in order […]

RWS Maypole dancing 2018

May Festival Sunshine

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Maypole Dancing At this year’s May Festival, the rainbow-coloured ribbons around the maypole showed up beautifully in the glorious sunshine. What a treat for everyone – a real celebration to mark the change of season! Musicians from throughout the school accompanied each class with traditional songs to dance to while weaving the ribbons around the […]

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,  […]

Holi celebrations at RIngwood Waldorf School

Celebrating Holi 2018

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“Ringwood Waldorf School celebrates Festival of colours” There are articles in the local media featuring our Holi celebrations too: Bournemouth Daily Echo “Festival of Colour comes out in force at Ringwood Waldorf School” Southern Daily Echo  “New Forest school celebrates Holi – the festival of colour and love” Holi is a festival of colour that marks the arrival […]

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 […]

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‘A Plastic Ocean’ screening at RWS

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A Plastic Ocean (2016) Wednesday 28th March at 7:30pm We are pleased to announce that we are hosting a screening of the award-winning documentary ‘A Plastic Ocean’ at Ringwood Waldorf School on Wednesday 28th March at 7:30pm. “A PLASTIC OCEAN begins when journalist Craig Leeson, searching for the elusive blue whale, discovers plastic waste in […]

Candlemas Candle making in Class 4 at Ringwood Waldorf School

Candlemas 2018

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Candlemas – 40 Days After Christmas Candlemas falls on 2nd February, exactly forty days after Christmas Day on the Christian calendar. This festival has different names and meanings to people all around the world. In pre-Christian times, it was celebrated as a festival of light. This ancient festival marked the half way point between the winter solstice […]