Steiner School

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Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School
... Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School is a Steiner school co- located in Middle Cove and Castlecrag in Sydney, New South Wales ... It was the first Steiner school established in Australia ... The school is spread over two campuses with the Kindergarten and Years 1 and 2 at Castlecrag and Years 3 to 12 at the Middle Cove campus ...
List Of Independent Schools In Scotland - List of Schools
... North Aberdeen Waldorf (Steiner) School, Cults, Aberdeenshire Aberlour House Preparatory School, Aberlour, Moray Albyn School, City of Aberdeen Blairmore School, Huntly ... Columba's School, Kilmacolm St ... Leonards School, St ...
History Of Waldorf Schools - World-wide System of Schools - United Kingdom
... Various headmasters, teachers, and schools in Great Britain showed an early interest in the new educational methods as a result Rudolf Steiner held a series of three ... A number of groups then formed either seeking to transform their existing schools along Waldorf lines (e.g ... The New School, Kings Langley in Hertfordshire) or to found new institutions ...
Rudolf Steiner School Kings Langley
... Rudolf Steiner School Kings Langley is a Steiner School located in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, England, formed in 1949 ... The school caters for pupils aged 3 to 19 years old, and has a capacity of 440 pupils ... The School is set on 10 acres (40,000 m2) of grounds, on the site of Kings Langley Palace, a 13th century Plantagenet royal palace ...

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