As a culmination to the three week ‘Everything is Unknown – Exploration and Indigenous Encounter’ lesson, Class 4/5 set out on a road trip to trace the path of some of the explorers. First stop was Brucedale farm, which has been in the Suttor family for nearly 200 years. David Suttor told us of his […]
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Communities and International Wildlife Crime With Rosie Cooney Friday 28 August 2015 6:45pm Rosie is a Kindlehill parent. Rosie works for the International Union for Conservation of Nature and is affiliated with the University of New South Wales. International illegal trade in wildlife is devastating iconic species such as elephants and rhinos, as well as a […]
International illegal trade in wildlife is devastating iconic species such as elephants and rhinos, as well as a host of lesser known plants and animals. This is a global issue! How should we respond? Bans and enforcement on this trade raise their own set of challenges. Can supporting indigenous and local communities help combat the […]
Kindlehill Science Expo Science on Tuesday 18TH August On Tuesday 18th August, as part of National Science Week, we host our very own SCIENCE EXPO, with scientists from the school community (parents and grandparents) bringing workshops in their field of expertise to our students. We have a broad range of science encounters offered from […]
Wayfarers Visit Wednesday 5th August – Sunday 9th We are very excited to be co hosting with Blue Mountains Steiner, a 95 person choir (young people and adults from Japan, China, Taiwan, United States and Australia) led by Judy Clingan. There will be singing workshops for students. Programme for Wayfarers WEDNESDAY 5th August SINGING WORKSHOP […]
High School Orientation Friday 31st July 2015 9am to 11.30am. Please register your interest and direct enquirers to Lynn Daniel by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 4757 4402. For students entering year 7 to 10 in 2016.
A warm welcome back to the new term. Prior to school return, the teachers meet to share programmes of work for the new term. We also do eurythmy together – this is an integral part of the artistic work that deepens our collective work of nourishing and strengthening the kindling light and warmth of the […]
RECLAIMING THE LIVING ROOM: SCREEN FREE WEEK As Winter’s Night approaches, we invite families to participate in a screen free week. This is not about prohibiting or demonizing technology; it is an opportunity to take fresh stock of its use and impact on our family lives – to consciously place social warmth at the centre […]
At this time of year we swing into across the school preparations for Winter’s Night: Singing, music, dance around the winter hearth, magically woven through the lessons of the day. There will also be the usual candle making and lantern making. This year, we are planning an orchestral spectacular of The Shining, arranged by Paul […]
THE DRAGONFLY FAIR What an amazing day! Time out from the busyness of our lives and the complexity of our world and times, to appreciate and celebrate the simple things; generosity, beauty, feast and fun, creativity and plain hard work, as well as the special place in all of our hearts that is reverence for […]