alys always poster for West End Musical

Old Scholar Leah Gayer in West End Play

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Old Scholars News – Hot off the Press! Old scholar Leah Gayer, who graduated from RADA just last summer, has a major role in a West End Play in London. Keir and I have been to see her and she is an absolute star! Quite outstanding! Playing in the Bridge Theatre, ‘Alys, Always’ is directed by […]

Children and parents celebrating Diwali - Indian Festival of Light with Class 5 at Ringwood Waldorf School

Gallery: Class 5 Celebrates Diwali

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Diwali – Festival of Light There are many ways around the world to celebrate the changing seasons and time of year. Diwali is the Indian Festival of Light and, as Class 5 are studying Asian cultures in their main lesson, it seems appropriate that they create and experience this traditional festival too. Marika and Class 5 […]

The Tempest performed by Class 10 of Ringwood Waldorf School

Play: ‘The Tempest’ by Class 10

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The Tempest by William Shakespeare Performed by Class 10 Before heading off on their Wilderness class trip to Sweden, Class 10 made the time to share their end-of-year performance of Shakespeare’s ‘Tempest’ with us. What a magnificent play it is, and how magnificently performed it was – we loved it! We know this class well […]

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 […]

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, […]