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Talks this half term:
Curriculum Talk – ‘A Child’s Journey from Class 1 to 8’ led by David van Marle
Raising Early Adolescents Series – with a focus on physical and sexual development of adolescents from age 10 to 14 - led by Andor Vince
‘The Challenge of Raising Children in the Digital Age’ led by David van Marle
New for January 2020
8am Wednesdays (students only) and Thursdays (all welcome)
If you are interested please get in contact with Francine, our Music Teacher, or enquire at the office.
We have an exciting new menu for school lunches this term, with a choice of main course for every day
We have an opportunity to offer Swim Lessons on Mondays 5-6pm. Details via the office. We have limited places available so get in touch to book a place.
November and December 2019
The Craft Group, parents, children and stallholders all worked very hard to make our Annual Advent Fair on Saturday 23 November 2019 a resounding success. There was candle dipping, puppet shows, Open Mic, Gnomes Grotto, stalls and more. The total raised now stands at over £3000
Warm Feet Appeal
Our Cambridge Steiner School’s Christmas appeal was the Warm Feet Appeal for Jimmy’s Shelter in Cambridge
We collected and gift wrapped 153 pairs of socks. Thank you for your support!
2019 Waldorf 100
Throughout 2019 we have been celebrating the Waldorf 100 anniversary. When you visit our school you will see the large mural of postcards sent from Steiner Waldorf schools from around the world.
On Friday 18th October we had our half termly Harvest of Work where all the Lower School children showed us how very busy they have been in their learning since the start of term.
The Celebratory Centenary Waldorf 100 Wall Hanging which was created by the Cambridge Steiner School has now been completed. The hanging made it to its first public exhibition at the Cambridgeshire Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers (CGWSD) triennial exhibition on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May at Grantchester Village Hall, Grantchester, Cambridge.
Many thanks to our Craft Group for Parents for orchestrating the operation.
Our kitchen had its routine food hygiene inspection earlier this year and was awarded 5 stars again! Here's what the health inspector had to say: "I visited your school today to undertake a routine food hygiene inspection. The kitchen is in good order and I am confident kitchen staff have good food hygiene knowledge."