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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Classroom work at Ringwood Waldorf School Class 4 Man and Animals

Open Evening Review

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Review: Open Evening January 2018 I only recently learnt that the Open Evenings are for everyone… parents already in the school, grandparents, friends… as well as new families. At 6pm last Tuesday it was black and blustery outdoors; Keir and I had a cosy fire going and aromas of a tasty supper emanating from the […]

Class 11 in Search of Modernism at Tate Modern in London

In Search of the Avant-Garde

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Class 11 in London – In search of Modernism Before half-term Class 11, as part of their Art History main lesson, visited London to find Avant-garde artists, exploring several major galleries; Tate Britain The National Gallery Tate Modern Movements they’ve explored during their Art History Main Lesson were; the Pre-Raphaelites Fauvism Expressionism Futurists Surrealism Impressionism Realism […]


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Eight years of poetry, drama, music-making and quite simply everything-about-growing-up-together is brought to a conclusion inthe traditional Class 8 Play. And what a conclusion this was! ‘Impressive… mind-blowing… passionate… enthusiastic… moving… sad… fresh… energetic… hilarious… witty ’ – were just some of theimmediate responses of the delighted audiences as they left the hall. There were […]

All-round wizardry as Ringwood Waldorf School stages Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters

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Some of Sir Terry Pratchett’s most famous characters were brought to life as Ringwood Waldorf School conjured a spellbinding adaptation of Wyrd Sisters. Two ambitious public shows, ahead of the first anniversary of the fantasy writer’s death, were ably performed by Class Ten players aged 15 and 16. From the moment the three witches compared […]

Class 8 does it again!

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We were all marvellously entertained last Friday and Saturday by Class 8’s most amazing and thoroughly delightful presentation of Jules Verne’s ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ – based on a script which allowed for many original changes by the class.