We want to feel the chair’s beauty when we sit in it. Rudolf Steiner Hard crafts such as woodwork, silverwork and forging are part of the high school technology curriculum. An aesthetic is required in the producing of functional objects, alongside the learning of practical skills and use of tools.
About Kindlehill School
Kindlehill School is a K-10 Steiner School that sits on a hill above the Wentworth Falls Lake, in the Blue Mountains, NSW. We are an independant school working creatively and in a contemporary way, out of the foundation of Rudolf Steiner’s philosophy for education.
Rubi Con, a typical nine year old student, is about to go on the life changing adventure of a childhood. With Sun and Dial guiding his/her way, Rubi journeys through different epochs to solve various riddles and puzzles s/he discovers the importance of noble friends, making good dreaming, choosing the right choices, eating apples and […]
Bees best buddies and streaming into spring are the themes of this year’s Open Day. Aunty Carol will give a welcome to country at 10am followed by exciting performances in the hall by every class from primary to high school. Families will then be directed to experience the students work in the various classrooms where […]
Here is a link to year 7 student, Yotam’s science assignment on Multiple Intelligences. What I liked about it was how he applied the theory in a practical way to his experience of learning at Kindlehill. You have to read through to the second part of the essay to read his examples. Thanks Yotam. Lynn […]
GALLERY OF CHANGE MAKERS These collected writings are about people who inspired us as we researched their lives in our history lessons. Class 7/8 drew inspiration from Renaissance artists, scientists and inventors. Class 9/10 drew inspiration from the lives of Revolutionaries who called for liberty, equality and fraternity in the context of their own lives […]
On Pele Island, water is a precious substance. The women collect the water from wells linked to a natural underground water supply. I decided to help a lady named Do collect water for her family’s use. I also helped Anna draw some water for the bungalow we were staying in. We used it for washing […]
Kindlehill has been a centre of growth and activity over the last year. Come and see what makes Kindlehill School such a special place. You can take a tour of the classrooms to chat with teachers and parents. There will be family friendly food, stalls, entertainment and activities for children. Kindlehill School heartily welcomes visitors […]
The students wrote and performed original monologues after examining a number of famous speeches and protest songs. settling on a cause, issue, or experience that they wanted to give voice to. GUINNIE RANDALL – FAST CAR Inspired by Tracy Champan’s song, Fast Car, Guinnie has looked at the experience of living with an alcoholic parent […]
We had a wonderful time on our snow trip. The students were determined and learnt VERY quickly. My heart was bursting with pride and joy throughout the week, not just at their skills but the genuine sense of friendship and helping out. They were polite and helpful to the public. They loved spending so much […]