Eurythmy Play photos

Please see below photos of the Eurythmy Play - Credit to Andrew Lindsay

 

Oberufer & Shepherds' Plays coming soon...

Eurythmy Play this weekend ...

Advent Fair this Saturday - programme hot off the press!

Programme here

Congratulations to our Orienteering Team!

Orienteering News
British Schools Orienteering Championships 2018

On Saturday the 13th of October a team of mixed ages and experiences went early in the morning by minibus and car from Michael Hall to the New Forest to take part in the British Schools Score Orienteering event. The Athletes representing the School were Beau Beames, Leo Bloomfield, Reuben Chantler, Teo Gonzalez,
Simreth Dhingra, Emily Finnemore, Lucas Friedman Carones, Scarlet Heap, Stanley Heap, Thomas Heap, Lola Hope, Alfie Johnston, Oliver Johnston, Tobias Lewers, Sorrell Purdy, Freya Rayner, Joseph Room, Hal Room, Trilby Rose, Ilya Schippers, Rai Turner Harding and Edward Xu.
The students had trained for 4 weeks in the school grounds with assistance and coaching from Kate and Will Heap from Southdowns Orienteers.
The students all worked really hard on the day and showed great sportsmanship with different age groups offering support and advice to each other and being a real credit to the school.
Overall the team did incredibly well winning, Gold in the Upper School Girls Team event, Silver in the Lower/Middle School Boys Team event and Bronze in the Lower/Middle School Girls event.
Alongside this the students won a number of individual medals ranging from Gold to Bronze across the age groups.
A Big Thank you to Kate and Will Heap for all their support and Congratulations to all the athletes who took part.
Oliver Room, Gym Dept

We are very proud of our School Inspection! We achieved OUTSTANDING for our Early Years provision!

The early years provision is outstanding and is a strength of the school. Management of the early years is excellent and highly effective in ensuring children are safe, secure, enjoy their education and make outstanding progress.

The curriculum is outstanding, particularly in the breadth and depth of subjects which are studied throughout the school.

Outstanding work by the trustees is driving the school forward and aiming towards it becoming a centre of excellence for Steiner Waldorf education. They have ensured that all the independent school standards are met.

Overall results in GCSE examinations are in line with national and local averages and above average at the higher grades in mathematics, English and science ‘A’ level results overall are slightly above average.

Pupils of all ages take pride in the high quality presentation of their work.

Pupils enjoy coming to school and grow into articulate, confident young people, who say that they feel safe, secure and happy.

The substantial amount of curriculum time available ensures that a broad, high quality, innovative programme is delivered. As a result, pupils are confident, articulate, independent, self-reliant, young people, who are imaginative and creative. They receive a well-rounded education and consequently acquire a broad range of skills.

See the full report here

Open Morning - Wednesday 10th October 2018

The Importance of Steiner Waldorf Education - A Talk 17th October

We are delighted with our exam results!

Here at Michael Hall, we are delighted with our A Level and GCSE results this year. Well done to all students for their hard work and dedication, for attaining such excellent results. All students taking exams also participate in the Steiner Waldorf curriculum too!

Please see the results here

 

 

 

Two new swarms of 'busy' bees at Michael Hall

Over half term we caught a beautiful and large swarm of bees, they have been moved into our Warre hive, built by Mr Davis and Class 9, 2 years ago. They look and sound very happy and busy and we are enjoying watching them develop.

“A swarm of bees in May is worth a load of hay.”

Yesterday myself, ably assisted by a student, caught a further swarm in Forest Row and they too have been moved into the apiary and are settling into their National hive.

“A swarm of bees in June is worth a silver spoon.”

Next up is the relocation of the Sun hive, donated to us by class 12 several years ago. It’s been in the garden but the site is not suitable and the colony died out. We aim to move it to the apiary with the other hives.

Susanne Fuller, Gardening Teacher