Next Brighton Steiner School Open Mornings:
Saturday 1st March 2014, 11am - 1pm
Saturday 17th May 2014, 11am - 1pmTours of the school alternate every Wednesday morning
10am - 11.30am for pupils aged 0 - 9 years and then aged 10 - 16 years (see dates below).
|For children aged 0 - 9yrs
||For children aged 10 - 16yrs|
11th December (last of term)
2nd April (last of term)
These tours/open mornings are recommended for parents who have either little or no knowledge of Steiner education or for those who are interested in increasing their knowledge generally. All mornings start at 10am with a talk on the education followed by a guided tour of the school, visiting working classes and having questions answered throughout, which gives the opportunity to witness the education as it unfolds and to discover the reality of Steiner Waldorf education. The talks will be tailored to fit the age range of families attending. The school extends a warm invitation and welcome to all interested individuals to attend. Please book through reception on 01273 386300.
Brighton Steiner School, founded in 1984, is an independent co-educational school for children aged 3 to 16. It provides a proven alternative to mainstream education as well as offering GCSEs to its Upper School pupils. It is one of 32 schools in the UK (there are 894 worldwide) that follow the renowned international Steiner-Waldorf Curriculum. The curriculum offers a comprehensive range of subjects with a focus on interdisciplinary learning and the development of social and creative abilities alongside academic achievement. The emphasis is on the holistic development of each pupil, to nurture the skills and confidence your child will need in life.
“.. provides a stimulating environment in which pupils can develop and pursue their learning effectively.
The setting makes outstanding provision in meeting the needs of the range of children who attend. The outcomes for children are excellent.” Schools Inspection Service Report June 2013
Please read our recent Schools Inspection Service report (June 2013).
“Our highest endeavour must be to develop creative and responsible human beings who are able to deal with diverse situations and to direct their lives with purpose.”
Rudolf Steiner, founder of the Steiner-Waldorf Curriculum