A new Steiner middle school in Nottingham: It's a social, cultural and ecological programme

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As Nottingham's Steiner School, Iona, prepares to become a middle school by opening its gates to children up to 13 - 14 years old, founding member Richard Moore outlines the social and cultural context that gave birth to Rudolf Steiner's Philosophy, Architecture and his approach to Education.

  • From: Thursday 18 September 2014, 4 pm
  • To: Thursday 18 September 2014, 5.30 pm
  • Location: Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU

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As Nottingham's Steiner School, Iona, prepares to become a middle school by opening its gates to children up to 13 - 14 years old, founding member Richard Moore outlines the social and cultural context that gave birth to Rudolf Steiner's Philosophy, Architecture and his approach to Education.

Drawing from the Steiner Waldorf curriculum and the way it relates to the developmental stages of childhood, its socio-ethical and ecological agenda, Richard assembles a picture of Steiner education's broader contribution to the development of human consciousness.

A display of children's work from Iona School will accompany the talk, alongside images of the school's woodland teaching room – self-built by Nottingham Trent University students and staff together with parents and teachers.

There will be opportunities for questions and debate.

Location details

Room/Building:

Newton building, Main Entrance

Address:

Nottingham Trent University
City Campus
Goldsmith Street
Nottingham
NG1 4BU

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