Gilgamesh on i-Pads? More Needed!

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i-Pads Needed for Illustration Degree Project Liam Callebout (former RWS student) is currently working towards his final degree project for his Illustration Degree at Arts University Bournemouth and his idea is to recreate the first ever written story found on clay tablets (Gilgamesh) on iPads. Now, Liam does not have a dozen iPads laying around, which […]

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 […]

photo of Christmas Bazaar at Ringwood Waldorf School 2018

What a Christmas Bazaar 2018!

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For our Christmas Bazaar – a HUGE ‘Thank You’! A huge ‘Thank You!’ to our wonderful Class Parents and all our magnificent mothers and fathers, who, spurred on by our dynamic Community Group – Gerianke, Mel Ray et al, created another marvellous Christmas Bazaar this year. Rain may have threatened but the planning skills of […]

St Johns Midsummer Festival 2018 at Ringwood Waldorf School

Festival: Celebrating Midsummer St Johns 2018

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St John’s Festival 2018 Last Friday we celebrated Midsummer at school with St John’s Festival. As is traditional, the fire was lit by students from Class 10 for the whole community to gather round. Then there was a short assembly in Keir Hall and music from the Mother Ukers and their ukeleles. Gathering around the […]

TLC Day at Ringwood Waldorf School - reupholstering the chairs

Half-Term TLC Magic

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More TLC Magic happened during half-term… thanks to all who came along and donated their time and skills! Over half-term some great things happened: brush-cutting in the Eco Garden, leaves were raked and swept in Kindy, clearing footpaths and some of the gutters, and, as you can see, ALL the wooden chairs have now been […]