The latest newsletter from the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship (SWSF) can be downloaded below. It has news of SWSF activities, Steiner schools information and other matters relating to Waldorf education. Happy reading!
If you are interested in Steiner Waldorf training for Early Years and child development, then a new course may provide just what you are looking for.
A new baby is due to be born this autumn! It is the North of England Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Studies programme (NESWEC) which will provide an initial early childhood training course based in the York Steiner School. The validation will be identical with the London Waldorf Early Childhood course, with Edexcel through Crossfields Institute, and our intention is to have both these courses placed on the national frameworks in England and Scotland as soon as possible so that they will provide a valid early years qualification, now necessary for working in early years settings in these countries. Currently the London course is the only one available in Britain and a new course based further north will be its ideal complement.
Read more about the North of England Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood (NESWEC) study programme by downloading the Announcement for NESWEC.
Visit the NESWEC website to find out more!
To inspire you, here is a video of the grotto from last year’s Spring Fair! A very big thank you to Dee Nuttall for making this for us!
With this year’s fair rapidly approaching, please download the Spring Fair Newsheet (right click to save) to see what is still needed and please help if you are able!
See you at school on 12th May!
Have you thought of learning more about Steiner education and teaching methods? Are you considering becoming a Steiner teacher? York Steiner School is part one of four co-ordinating schools hosting NESTT – North of England Steiner Teacher Training. The next course begins in September 2012, for which we are now accepting applications.
To find out more about this two-year, part-time course, please download the information leaflet (NESTT 2012) or contact the York co-ordinator, Judy Gray, either via the school or by email to nestt(AT)btinternet.com