View this email in your browser
Friday Flier - 10 March 2017

Sunday 12th to Friday 17th March – Classes VI & VII Italy Trip
Monday 13th March – Dr Gruenwald's Visit
Monday 13th March – Class IV Parents' Evening at 18:00
Thursday 16th March – Trustees Meeting at 18:00

Please refer to the website before phoning the office for dates.
March (continued)

Monday 20th March – Class I Parents' Evening 18:00
Thursday 23rd March –  PTFA 19:30
Friday 24th March – Easter Coffee Morning hosted by Class VIII (Hall) 08:15

All dates regarding the school are available at:

Whole School Meeting
Dear Parents,

Last Monday we had the pleasure to welcome for the Whole School Meeting Roi Gal-Or to the school who showed us the beauty of storytelling and how much positive energy we can create by changing the angle of looking at things.

We would like to thank everyone who came and participated, not only in the workshop but also the discussion about the development of the school, despite the fact that we ran quite a bit over the time. We hope to continue down this positive path for our school community.
Waldorf Today 

Esafety - a family media plan

Early Years Doll Making

Doll Making workshop for St Pauls Early Years

This is an opportunity to learn how to make a Waldorf Doll which will be then given your child’s kindergarten or the parent and child group. You will also be able to buy materials to make one of your own.

The workshop will be held at school on Tuesday evenings at the beginning of next term, 2nd, 9th and 16th May, from 6pm till 9pm, £10 donation towards materials. Limited to up to 10 participants.

Please email for more info and to book in.

Lunch Club
Lunch club booking form – Summer term 2017

Download lunch club booking form (PDF –176 Kb)

Download lunch club booking form as MS Word file(doc – 46 Kb)
Jumble Update
It was jumble-tastic as always. Thank you to all who donated, sorted, sold, baked and dropped. 
Another £1200 resides in the school coffers thanks to your efforts. Until the next time...

( 10th June if you need a beacon of light, now that you have just found another bag of jumble to get rid of )

Jo and Lindsey
Kindergarten Outdoor Classroom

At the end of January, we had started trialling outdoor classes with our kindergarten children. We are now in our 7th week and, as you can see in the pictures, the children have been very busy enjoying the activities and games outside from 8.30 to 10.30.

We start our morning with a verse followed by tea time and some activity at the table such as sawing the broom handles and assembling them, making  bird feeders, sand candles (Michaelmas Festival) and their own tea bags (when they closed their eyes and tried to guess which spices there were!). 

Since last week we have been working with clay: making plant pots for their Easter seeds (which plant? it will be a surprise so they will find out by themselves!). After our activity around the table, we then start gardening: now we are preparing and sowing seeds that will encourage bees to our wild area; packing the leaves from the compost heap - where they are finding and exploring different creatures living there! And if we still have time we have our games on the green such as, “What’s the time Mr. Wolf” or some skipping in our garden. We end our morning with a verse and then they return to their groups (Tuesdays: Chestnut Kindergarten children, Wednesdays: Mulberry Bush; Thursday: Rosebush and on Friday: Apple Tree) and sometimes they are welcomed back with a beautiful laid table for their snack time! 

Kindegarten Working Day a plea to make our garden a great place for our children 

On Saturday, 22nd April from 9amto 5pm we are planning to build a new play pit and perhaps a slide area in our garden. Please, come and bring tools and loads of enthusiasm and skills to build a great play area for your children. Adults only and pot luck lunch contributions welcome. 

Mita Nesi

Class VIII Invitation
Community Subsidised Places at
the School – 2017/18 Applications

Dear Parents,

As you are aware, each year the school offers financial support for families in need of assistance with paying school fees. Our policy on applying for support is set out on our website and in our Finance Policy, which can also be found on the website.

If you wish to apply for support from the school, an application form can be found on the website, downloaded here or can be requested from the school office.

The deadline for applications for the 2017/2018 school year is March 24th 2017.

If you have any questions or require further information please contact Helen Smither, School Bursar on 020 3195 6624.

Community Notices

We will explore music making in many different ways, with singing and practical sessions on general musicianship and ensemble skills. 

There will be a whole group ensemble and each young musician will also play in a smaller chamber group.

Monday 17th April (from 3:30pm) - Thursday 20th April in Kentmere Village, Cumbria.

Cost is £120 

Please contact Christopher Allen for more information.


Beautiful 5 bedroom Arts and Crafts house in one acre garden. Possibility of adding a paddock.  

Wonderful location, next to large National Trust woodland, on edge of Dartmoor and 15 minutes drive from South Devon Steiner School.

07967 735 067

Three Seed Garden
Handwork Course 2017

A unique handwork course covering practical craft skills from Kindergarten through to Class Six. The course will take you through, many lovely projects using different craft techniques and materials all fully supported by an understanding of child development and Steiner pedagogy.

The Course will be one weekend a month run by Cecilie Telle and Sevim Metin, There will also be some lectures and workshops run by experienced visiting tutors.

Course content

First Term
Bringing Craft to Young Children (age 0-3) through their environment and working with the seasons
First Doll, Felt Making, Nature Table, Mobiles
Craft in Kindergarten (age 3-6)
Sewing, Weaving, Story Puppets, Wet Felting, Natural Craft for Festivals

Second and Third Terms:
Craft in Class 1- 6 (age 6-12)
Knitting, Weaving, Crotchet, Natural Dye, Cross Stitch,
Embroidery, Doll Making

The Course welcomes anyone with an interest in craft and the inherent wisdom that it holds for future generations.

For further information please call Sevim 07813981795 or e-mail
122 Rectory Road, London, N16 7SD

Former Steiner Student Available for Babysitting

Merlin Reeves-Dyer is a 15-year-old former student who is available for babysitting. He is first aid trained and very capable of doing simple housework such as cleaning and cooking. Merlin is available most weekdays from 6.30pm and most Sundays all day.

He is contactable on 07849 980 787.

Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship
Imagine a School Where
Copyright © 2017 St Paul's Steiner School, All rights reserved.

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp