Come along and celebrate Kindlehill. Student performances, open classrooms, chat to teachers, whole food bistro, espresso and chai. 10am to 3pm. All welcome.
About Simone Glassford
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Entries by Simone Glassford
What is your best strategy in protecting, guiding and regulating your child in regard to social media access and games? Our children are increasing living in an internet saturated environment. It is so much a part of our lives that it is easy overlook that our children and young people, need parental guidance and protection, […]
This winter’s night we have a feast of music, dance and singing, amidst the crafted setting of our dragonfly cycle of the year. Every class is making preparations toward this event from creating the eco-niche for our dragonfly theme to preparing songs, dances and a spectacular musical performance of The Shining (arranged by orchestral conductor, […]
Join Kalervo Gulson (Associate Professor in Education Policy at UNSW) to discuss tolerance and cosmopolitanism. Friday 12 June at 6:45pm, Kindlehill Performance Space. This talk is one of the Kindlehill forums for Peace and Reconciliation. The talk will look at dealing with difference as individuals, as a society, and through education. A conversation will follow, […]
Today was annual composting day at Kindlehill….lots of crunchy autumn leaves, mixed with chicken poo, veggie remains, and our delicious biodynamic compost starter. Many hands on deck to build this beautiful pile of food for the earth.
Kindlehill School warmly invites you to a family friendly screening of Satellite Boy, a beautiful and meaningful story full of achievement and hope. It is screening Saturday 30th May at 6pm as part of National Reconciliation Week. We extend a special invitation to indigenous families in our Blue Mountains community. Entry is free though a […]
At first you see trees, grasses, a kangaroo, nice views across the canyons ….your eyes adjusting to take in the beauty of nature. Then you clamber over boulders, slip into a cave, thread your way along a creek, sit amongst the trees ….. and that’s when you see the uniqueness of habitat in this place, […]
Both our Primary School (Class 6/7) and our High School have won this year’s WASTE to ART competition! The winners were announced on Saturday at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre and the works are on display until 16 May, before being entered in the regional competition in Bathurst in July. The students who attended on […]
In The Gazette last week Kindlehill High School Students were acknowledged for their Streamwatch work. They are now mini guardians of one of the most popular waterholes in the Blue Mountains, an integral part of science and geology lessons, and supporting the Kindlehill objective to actively nurture the environment we live in. See link for […]