Our beautiful Advent Spiral, as walked by the Kindergarten children, 1st December, 2020.
Parent and Child sessions The Parent and child sessions are currently not running due to the regulations surrounding the COVID -19 guidelines. The situation around Parent and Child sessions is under constant review, and we are following closely all relevant national and local restrictions and guidelines. We aim to resume sessions as soon as they
CVSE would like to reassure everyone that we will maintain a high level of cleaning throughout the day and after the Kindergarten sessions. Hand hygiene will be of paramount importance with the children and hand sanitizer is available in the kindergarten and reception areas for all staff and visitors. Please continue to use your child’s
“Becoming” is the third film in a series of short films produced in celebration of 100 years of Steiner Waldorf Education.
Welcome to our new kindergarten! The Autumn term has started, and under the new title of ‘The Valley Kindergarten’, the new Kindergarten has warmly opened its doors again. After a lot of hard work by the staff, Trustees and parents, the new Kindergarten room looks amazing.There have been developments too in the garden, we have
Exciting news! The Kindergarten will now be opening for longer days, yippee! The changes are as follows: The Kindergarten day will consist of 2 sessions, 9am – 11.30am and 12.30-3pm. It will be possible to use NEF hours for these 2 sessions, totalling 5 hours per day. It will be possible for children to
In celebration of the Waldorf 100 (1919-2019), we want to share two truly inspiring videos filmed at different Waldorf schools around the world. It is so wonderful to be part of such an amazing education reaching out to so many children.
Today is a very different day at the Steiner school. Instead of children we have a school full of book characters that are causing mayhem! A Victorian suffragette named Emmeline came to visit from the book A Suffragette, A Battle for Equality by David Roberts, and the Weasley twins from J K Rowling’s Harry Potter
Class 2/3/4/5 have been on a trip to a Hindu Temple in Bradford. The children found the temple to be a very beautiful and peaceful place. We particularly liked the deities and the space for worship. Our guide at the temple shared a religious prayer with us