NEWS / EVENTS

A CURRICULUM WITHOUT BORDERS

Written by Sue Plumb (Mansfield Steiner School IB Coordinator) What does the Moon Landing have in common with IB Education you ask? In the past few weeks, through a flood of television and newspaper articles, we have all been reliving those world-changing moments...

read more

SLOVENIA NIGHT

Please join us as Year 10 students share their experience of a term long cultural exchange in Slovenia. Student presentations and slide show. All welcome. Thursday 25th July, 7pm in the Galinbirem room.

read more

PARENT INFORMATION NIGHTS

The class teachers welcome the opportunity to gather with parents to discuss the year's progress.  Discussion nights are planned as follows in your child's classroom. Your participation is highly valued... Monday 22 July Class 5, 7pmWednesday 24 July Class 6,...

read more

PLASTIC FREE JULY

www.plasticfreejuly.orgYes, it’s Plastic Free July again.  Back in 2011 Plastic Free July began in a humble way in Western Australia and from there it has moved on to a worldwide campaign. It was only last year with the pending withdrawal of plastic bags from...

read more

LANTERN MAKING WORKSHOPS

As the days grow shorter and colder, excitement is building for the annual Mansfield Lantern Parade coming up on Saturday, June 22. This year Mansfield Steiner School is thrilled to be supported by Mansfield Shire Council to provide a number of All Ages Lantern Making...

read more

TRAVELS TO SLOVENIA

It is well over three weeks since we left Mansfield on our travels to Slovenia. After a false start, the students met their host families and had a brief time becoming acquainted with Slovenian culture, family life and the school routines before the May holidays. The...

read more

WORLD BEE DAY IS CELEBRATED ON 20 MAY

The purpose of World Bee day is to acknowledge the role of bees and other pollinators for the ecosystem. At Mansfield Steiner school we honoured and celebrated the day with all students and staff being offered the treat of honey joys made with locally produced...

read more

LOCAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS CROSS COUNTRY RUN

We placed very well in the local primary school cross country run last week, taking first place in three of the six races run. CONGRATULATIONS to Chloe Pacak, Noah DeSantis, Finnigan Stokes, Clara McCormack, Cate Simms, Molly Diepeveen, Mika Smith and Charlie Watts...

read more

RIDE FOR VENILALE

Thank you to everyone who supported our 2019 Ride for Venilale fundraising event.  The ride raised $735.00 for our sister school, Uai Laco. David Foster (Mansfield Friends of Venilale) responded as follows to the news: That’s wonderful! Congratulations to Mansfield...

read more

Subscribe to our newsletter

* indicates required

SPRING FAIR & OPEN DAY
SAT 26 OCT 10AM – 3PM
Celebrating 100-years of Waldorf education
FOOD | GAMES | MUSIC | MARKET STALLS

Mansfield Steiner School is inviting the whole community to join us in a day of celebration, beginning with their Welcome to Spring Fair Maypole Ceremony at 10am sharp.

SONG WRITING COMPETITION – Entries for Open Day’s annual song writing competition are now open for ages 
12-18. ENTER HERE

Parenting in the Digital World workshop

SAT 29 OCT 7.00PM

Book HERE
No one cares more about your child’s well-being and success than you do. In today’s digital age, that means guiding them not just in the real world but in the virtual world as well. Teach your children to use technology in a healthy way and pick up the skills and habits that will make them successful digital citizens.
From 2-year-olds who seem to understand the iPad better than you to teenagers who need some (but not too much) freedom, we’ll walk you through how to make technology work for your family at each stage of the journey.
We have secured a guest speaker from the Alannah and Madeline Foundation, who will present a selection of advice based on formal research and our extensive work with schools, children and their parents.
The school has organised this event to support all parents across all year levels in our school and the wider community, to play an active role in their child’s digital world.
This session includes detailed information on risks and opportunities afforded by technology for young people, with practical tips on how to stay safe.

Outcomes:
Understand the risks and opportunities afforded by technology for young people.
Explore the latest research in screen/ online behaviours
Learn how to emphasise the importance of open communication and connectedness in keeping young people safe, off and online
For more information please visit: https://connect.amf.org.au/detailed-workshop-descriptions/parenting-in-the-digital-world-adults/
Please note that this information session is suitable for adults only.