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EVENTS

Play for the Players 2021

Health and Wellbeing in Our times


PARENT AND CAREGIVER Information Evenings

 

ALL welcome : please register HERE to get your zoom link

Tue 12 October @ 7pm
Classes 1-6

We will explore the unfolding of the feeling of life between 8-12 years old as it awakens and becomes independent of the parents and caregivers. The feelings thoughts and deeds of the community shape a foundation for emotional capacities as adults. What lives in our feeling life in those times? What is the soul food that can nourish our children’s unfolding development?
 
 

Wed 13 October @ 7pm
Classes 7-12

We help to recognise the relevant depth and progression anthroposophy brings to this important aspect of life and the responsibility of community in raising children and working together to promote individual wellbeing. We look at how and when we work with adolescents to bring the understanding of sexuality and gender in relation to where they are in their consciousness. This brings harmony between the evolving body and inner experiences that sets the ground for healthy adult experiences.

 
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NEWS

ROSA MUNDI

ROSA MUNDI

The Rosa Mundi Prep Class will be embracing the winter whilst we begin the term with Remote Learning. They will sing of the snow in Morning Circle, make snowflakes to decorate their house, make warm soup and buns and hear the story of The Elves and the Shoemaker....

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CLASS SIX

CLASS SIX

Last week it was ‘Reconciliation’ week and to acknowledge this Class Six started their new Main Lesson in Australian History. We opened the lesson by taking a look at the theme of having two ways of looking back at our History. One way, through the lens of the...

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CLASS ONE

CLASS ONE

Class One are very happy and feeling most satisfied, to have finished their recorder bags. They are ready for a visit from Miss Fairy Fae’s friends who are hopefully bringing their handcrafted recorders, any day now! In preparation, they are hearing and learning the...

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MORNING STAR KINDERGARTEN

MORNING STAR KINDERGARTEN

Cold hands need warming, do you know how? Rub them and blow on them, they are warm hands now. Cold feet need warming, do you know how? Wriggle them and stomp them, they are warm feet now. All the children are enjoying our new songs as the season changes and we sing of...

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IB VISUAL ARTS – HIGHER LEVEL

IB VISUAL ARTS – HIGHER LEVEL

How does an artist work? Human creativity is at the heart of our development as a species. Animals can be creative too and there have been fascinating research studies on primates, sea mammals, birds, and even insects. These animals have demonstrated the ability to...

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Year 7

Year 7

Year 7 have wrapped up their Arthurian Literature Main Lesson, exploring the idea of Medieval Chivalry and what the Holy Grail might represent. They have now launched straight into preparations for their play ‘Eleanor the Queen’. Set in the 12th Century it follows the...

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Class One

Class One

Class One excursions have been thwarted by illness but we did manage a walk to the Mullum Wetlands last week where we investigated the creatures in the pond with Andy, made animal artworks with Eileen, found interesting leaf shapes, and patterns with Lou, and played...

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YEAR 10 CULTURAL EXPERIENCE

YEAR 10 CULTURAL EXPERIENCE

We met up with the year 10’s at Darwin’s light plane airport where they bombarded me with stories of Wadeye, the connections they had made, and the experiences they had enjoyed (or not). Quickly the excitement died down to a realization that “you had to be there” and...

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CLASS SIX

CLASS SIX

Class Six have begun their new Main Lesson in Business Maths by escaping their harsh existence as Roman subjects without citizenship. In the darkness of night, they set sail out of the port of Pompeii. After four days of sailing, they found themselves in a terrifying...

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FROM GARDEN TO PLATE

FROM GARDEN TO PLATE

Thank you to everyone who came to the Autumn Festival to help us put a dent in our pumpkin supply. It was so nice to get the community together around the soup pots. The children are all doing a great job assisting in the preparations of those hearty veggies. This...

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