In 2009, the year of our 25th anniversary, Brighton Steiner School began a survey of former pupils. We wanted to find out how they are doing now, what they did after leaving school and how their experience of a Steiner Waldorf education has influenced their lives, choices and opportunities. Some of those who have written to us started in Early Years and continued right through the school, others spent some years with us, but all feel that their Steiner Waldorf education has had a lasting effect on them.

Their stories are available here BSS Alumni booklet

Find the centre of your being, where there is the source of your initiative. Observe that in your life all joy and sorrow, all happiness and pain will depend on finding – or not finding – your own individual initiative. This should stand written as though in golden letters.”

Rudolf Steiner, August 1924