Class 12 Play rehearsals under way! See the photos

The Class 12 Play is coming up... rehearsals are well under way all this week!

Prepare yourselves for a dark tale of intrigue, detection and danger. Which will prevail? Passion, murder and revenge or reason, deduction and the law? We will ask what justice is, and you must decide...

At 19:30 in the Michael Hall Theatre, on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th of February.

Tickets are £6 per adult and £4 per child, suitable for ages 10 and up and available from Reception.

We look forward to sharing our play with you.

Jacob Forward (Class 12) Photos by Jan Macbean

Death on a Rail - Class 12 Play

The Class 12 Play is coming up...

Prepare yourselves for a dark tale of intrigue, detection and danger. Which will prevail? Passion, murder and revenge or reason, deduction and the law? We will ask what justice is, and you must decide...

At 19:30 in the Michael Hall Theatre, on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th of February.

Tickets are £6 per adult and £4 per child, suitable for ages 10 and up and available from Reception.

We look forward to sharing our play with you.

Jacob Forward (Class 12)

Class 8a Project Presentations tonight

Dear all,

We warmly invite you to come and enjoy the Class 8a Project Presentations in the Theatre tonight at 7pm, followed by the chance to see the pupils and their projects in the Long Room.

The Project Presentations are a wonderful opportunity to hear the pupils speak individually about their journeys and discoveries in their chosen subject - from Artificial Intelligence to Rock Climbing to Animal Rescue and Animation.

This rite of passage is the culmination of months of work, with pupils learning new skills and making discoveries not only about their chosen subject but also about themselves.

All are welcome to this celebration of their work. May we remind parents that while you are on school grounds throughout the evening event your child/children's behaviour is your responsibility, with no photos or filming please. Thank you in advance for helping to ensure that this is an enjoyable evening for all.

Hilary Jessel

Class 8a teacher

Teacher Training Course - Open Morning 14th March 2018

You are warmly invited to attend the Heart of Teaching Open Morning on Wednesday 14th March 2018. During the morning, visitors will be offered the opportunity to hear from Course Leaders and Faculty staff about the course, to be shown round the school and to ask any questions you may have about this pioneering two-year full time course.

Please see full Course Structure and Application Process HERE.

Open Morning 1st Feb 2018

There's no better introduction to both Michael Hall and Steiner Waldorf education than an Open Morning.  An opportunity to see students at work and play, tour our facilities and listen to one or both of our talks. Following the tours a light lunch is provided for those that would like to speak to teachers and staff (please book - HERE).

Kings' Play Performances

Please note the organisers of the King's Play have decided to make it a ticketed event (still free of charge) but they have ensured us they will put back 100 tickets for those that aren't expecting it to be ticketed.

Enjoyed the performance? Please donate by clicking on the button below. Thank you!

 

Please enjoy this little gift of song...

Please enjoy this little gift of song from our students here at Michael Hall Steiner School, whilst also enjoying art work, black-board drawings and other Waldorf crafts and images.

Click here and this will download (which takes a few minutes) or click here to see this on facebook

 

Eurythmy Play - Marya Morevna, dress rehearsal images

Classes 12 and 3 will hold their first performance of Marya Morevna, a rich and colorful Russian Fairy Tale. On Saturday the 25th of November at 16:15 and Sunday the 26th at 15:00 in the Theatre. The dances, music and movement are weaving together as we prepare for this great event. Working with Class 3 has been a real pleasure for us in Class 12 and we look forward to sharing this special occasion with the
community. On Saturday tickets will be
available at the Information Stand (in the small classroom by the tunnel) and from 15:15 from outside the Theatre, at just £6.00 per Adult and £4.00 per child. This is a festive cornerstone of the year and the culmination of our education in Eurythmy.
Jacob Forward, on behalf of Classes 12 and 3.

Pottery in Class 9

In Class 9 Clay Modelling we study the human form. In a series of varied sculptures, we explore proportions, gesture, and the polarities of expression that make us human.

Advent Fair 25th November Programme

Programme here

Treasure Hunt Trail Map here