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CREATIVITY

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STEINER EDUCATION

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KINDERGARTEN

Play is the child’s work. The first seven years of a child’s life are of utmost importance for developing the imaginative and creative capacities needed later in life. The Kindergarten is an environment where children play without formal academic learning and can freely develop within their own world.

LOWER SCHOOL

A rich inner world, well-being and imagination, develops creative thinking and skill acquisition (without digital devices or National Standards) in the primary years. The blend of head heart hands learning, artistic richness and intellectual thought is our unique educational characteristic.

UPPER SCHOOL

Students of the 21st century need an integration of intellectual  excellence,  passion, imagination, social competence and individual certainty. We offer a broad range of compulsory and elective subjects towards NCEA and Steiner Certificate qualifications with high levels of achievement.

Kia Ora, Haere mai and a warm
welcome to our school

We warmly invite you to learn more about Steiner/Waldorf education. Come and visit and be inspired about how whole person education, quality learning and spiritual well being can be achieved for all our tamariki.

We look forward to meeting you.

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Latest News

Welcoming you back to school at Level 2

September 8, 2021

I thought today I’d reshare parts of yesterday’s update with you and include the requirements for the Kindergarten in greater detail. The staff have had a great day getting prepared for the students. As I said yesterday, we’re all really excited to welcome the students back. As parents you can support us as we return to school at Alert Level 2, by familiarising yourself with the messaging below. The key messages for us all at Alert Level 2 to minimise risk through maintaining distance where practicalpractice safe hygiene habitsto stay home when we are sickmasks wearing (for those 12 and over are encouraged but not a mandatory requirement in schools) In practice that means schools need to have good hygiene practices and regular cleaning are in place at school.have robust contact tracingencourage physical distancing where possiblebe open for distance learning for students who have been instructed by health officials to self isolate. Kindergarten Dear Parents and Whānau, Naumai, haere mai! With the shift down to Alert Level 2 we are now looking forward to seeing your children return to Kindergarten. We will be open from tomorrow Thursday 9 September at 8.40am. As usual, under Alert Level 2, there are changes…

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Structured Creative Successful

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Structure builds inner certainty, learning habits, confidence and self regulation.

Creativity, grown from imagination, solves problems, brings joy, colour, new directions and new thinking capacities

Success at any level develops positive self esteem and the  bravery to try new ideas. Academic success is well established in both primary and high school.

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IS OUR SCHOOL A GOOD FIT FOR YOUR FAMILY?

Steiner schools provide a unique educational opportunity. In educating students with a balance of cognitive knowledge, creative feeling and experiential learning we promote a system of learning that engages all aspects of their lives. This balance is filled with a world of imagination, wonder and reverence for the spirit that lives within every child. Our inner lives and external achievements are part of the interweaving of the physical and spiritual lives that we hold as a cornerstone of what it is to be truly human.

The aims of a Steiner education are to assist young adults to be confident, to be able to effectively engage in the world, have a sensitivity in interrelationships and be guided by their heart as much as their head.

The Foundations of Humanity—Goodness, Beauty, Truth—later grow into Morality, Creativity, Wisdom.— Plato

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STUDENT LIFE

Students in our school come from all areas of Christchurch. We are a co-educational school from kindergarten to year 13. There is an average of 30 students per class in the primary school and 25 in the high school and we operate with one class per age group. This means we are a small family sized school where individual needs and achievements are met recognised and celebrated.

We welcome you to be a part of our thriving community.

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