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The Casuarina Steiner School is a member school of Steiner Education Australia
and is founded on the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner
and his picture of human growth and development.

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Craft group this week will be held Friday (not Thursday) from 9am in Lavender Cottage.
All welcome!
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Our Spring Fair is on Sunday 18 September 2022. Join us for a day of fun with stalls, food, coffee. A community event not to be missed! ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Spring Fair is on Sunday 18 September 2022.  Join us for a day of fun with stalls, food, coffee.  A community event not to be missed!

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Our next Principal Tour is now Thursday 15 September 2022, a change of date from this week.

Join us for the Principal’s Tour and Information Morning at 10:00am.

Tours fill fast, so book your place by phone or email today.
Email - reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au
Phone now 02 66512770

For more information visit www.casuarina.nsw.edu.au
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Our next Principal Tour is now Thursday 15 September 2022, a change of date from this week.

Join us for the Principalโ€™s Tour and Information Morning at 10:00am.

Tours fill fast, so book your place by phone or email today.
Email - reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au
Phone now 02 66512770

For more information visit www.casuarina.nsw.edu.au

Principal Tour information morning - Thursday 23 June 2022 at 10am. Call 66512 770 or email reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au to book your place. ... See MoreSee Less

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Principal Tour information morning - Thursday 23 June 2022 at 10am.  Call 66512 770 or email reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au to book your place.

CRAFT GROUP FELTING WORKSHOP
Come and join us for a morning of wet felting.
All members of the school community warmly invited!
Thursday 9th June, 9am, Lavender Cottage.
No experience necessary.
Small children welcome.
As always, please only come if you are well.
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Craft group is back on again tomorrow (Thursday) morning from 9am in Lavender Cottage. Hope to see you there, newcomers most welcome!

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Our annual curry night fundraiser is being held Friday 3 June 2022 and on this occasion we will also farewell Elsbeth, after 6 years as Principal. Come along and join in the music, curry and wish Elsbeth farewell.

Please purchase a ticket for a curry meal by contacting the office. This will help with catering purposes.

We hope to see you there.
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Our annual curry night fundraiser is being held Friday 3 June 2022 and on this occasion we will also farewell Elsbeth, after 6 years as Principal.  Come along and join in the music, curry and wish Elsbeth farewell.

Please purchase a ticket for a curry meal by contacting the office.  This will help with catering purposes.

We hope to see you there.

If you haven't booked to join us on Thursday 19 May 2022 for our Steiner Information Evening presented by Dr Virginia Moller, CEO Steiner Education Australia, and Dr Paul Teys, Interim Principal, there is still time.

Please call us on 66512 770 or email reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au if you wish to attend.

5.30pm - 7.30pm
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Are there info days monthly?

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4 months ago
Join us on 19 May for a Steiner Information Evening, presented by Dr Virginia Moller, CEO Steiner Education Australia, and Dr Paul Teys, Interim Principal, see poster for further details.

Hi families
Casuarina School will be open tomorrow, however we encourage parents to keep students at home if possible. The continuing wet weather and potential flooding which may impact surrounding areas is our main concern.

The safety of our students, families and staff is our most important priority. Stay safe and dry.
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5 months ago

Want to know more about Steiner Education at Casuarina? What about our student bus service from Bellingen? We're holding our Principal Tour/Information Morning on 24 March. Book now to secure your place. Phone 0266512770 or email, reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au ... See MoreSee Less

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Want to know more about Steiner Education at Casuarina? What about our student bus service from Bellingen? Were holding our Principal Tour/Information Morning on 24 March. Book now to secure your place. Phone 0266512770 or email, reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au

Would you like to know more about Steiner Education here at Casuarina? Please see below details for upcoming Principal Tour/Information Morning. To book, phone 0266512770 or email, reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago
Would you like to know more about Steiner Education here at Casuarina? Please see below details for upcoming Principal Tour/Information Morning. To book, phone 0266512770 or email, reception@casuarina.nsw.edu.au

School resumes tomorrow Wednesday 2 March 2022.
Thank you for the support during the closure.
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6 months ago

Casuarina Steiner School will be closed again tomorrow
Tuesday 1 March 2022, due to the continuing wet weather and conditions.
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6 months ago

Dear School Community

The recent torrential rain is causing disruption all across the Coffs Harbour region. Having considered local weather conditions and recent Bureau of Meteorology advice, we have decided that Casuarina Steiner School will be closed tomorrow Monday 28 February 2022.

Casuarina places the health and safety of our families first in such decision making.

We understand that not all children can be kept at home because of parent's work commitments, so we will have a small number of staff on site tomorrow to look after those students who cannot stay at home.

Hopefully you are all dry and safe and we look forward to seeing you all again on Tuesday.

Kind regards

Paul Teys
Interim Principal
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6 months ago

Last Tuesday Class Six had a fabulous day out kayaking on the beautiful Bellinger River with the Bellingen Canoe Centre. We had two hours before lunch paddling up stream and back before having a well-deserved lunch break. After lunch we took to the water for another hour, exploring a different tributary to the river and having fun taking part in a few 'on water' games.

In week nine Class Six will build on what they learnt last Tuesday and take on a more challenging paddling experience. Together we will paddle from Ferntree to Mylestom. I'm sure it will be a fun and rewarding experience.

We are grateful that we have so many wonderful natural places to explore on our doorstep.
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Last Tuesday Class Six had a fabulous day out kayaking on the beautiful Bellinger River with the Bellingen Canoe Centre. We had two hours before lunch paddling up stream and back before having a well-deserved lunch break. After lunch we took to the water for another hour, exploring a different tributary to the river and having fun taking part in a few on water games. 

In week nine Class Six will build on what they learnt last Tuesday and take on a more challenging paddling experience. Together we will paddle from Ferntree to Mylestom. Im sure it will be a fun and rewarding experience. 

We are grateful that we have so many wonderful natural places to explore on our doorstep.Image attachmentImage attachment

Class 1 have been very busy sanding and painting their rainbow snakes.

Well done!
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Class 1 have been very busy sanding and painting their rainbow snakes.

Well done!

Class Six had a wonderful time on the excursion to Treetops Adventure Park last Friday. New challenges were undertaken with admirable courage and resilience, and the whole experience was extra fun because of sharing it with friends. ... See MoreSee Less

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Class Six had a wonderful time on the excursion to Treetops Adventure Park last Friday. New challenges were undertaken with admirable courage and resilience, and the whole experience was extra fun because of sharing it with friends.Image attachmentImage attachment

We are so fortunate to have such a dedicated group of teachers to guide and inspire our children at Casuarina. Thank you for all that you do and all that you bring to our beautiful school. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are so fortunate to have such a dedicated group of teachers to guide and inspire our children at Casuarina.  Thank you for all that you do and all that you bring to our beautiful school.

Class 3 have completed their Building Main Lesson. The projects are complete and as you can see the work is amazing.
Well done Class 3.
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10 months ago

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Looking inside a native beehive...

Last Thursday our two kindergarten classes joined together for a native beehive split. The children and teachers sang to the bees before proceeding to have a look and smell (the delicious smell of beeswax and honey).

At lunchtime the children and staff had an opportunity to taste the delicious honey (citrusy taste).

Once a year the beehive is opened to create two beehives. There are about 10,000 native bees in a hive. Within a year 5000 bees multiply to fill an empty half of a hive. Nature's magic. The honey is higher in antioxidant, antibacterial benefits than manuka honey.

We are blessed to have access to these magical workers of nature.
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Class 3 have been exploring poetry and last Friday learned about Haiku. Take a look at their work decorated with shading and drawing. ... See MoreSee Less

10 months ago
Class 3 have been exploring poetry and last Friday learned about Haiku.  Take a look at their work decorated with shading and drawing.

Students enjoying cello lessons!

Lessons are provided by Music Teacher, Georgie Ostenfeld from the Coffs Harbour Regional Conservatorium.
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Students enjoying cello lessons!

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Wet Felting

Kindergarten and Peach Blossom children in Grey Gum have begun the process of wet felting to make "Rainbow Magic Balls".
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Wet Felting

Kindergarten and Peach Blossom children in Grey Gum have begun the process of wet felting to make Rainbow Magic Balls.

The Casuarina Craft Group has been busy making animals, and families are welcome to purchase them in time for the holidays. If you are keen to sew your own, more animals have been cut out and are ready to go as your holiday project.

If you buy an animal cut and ready to sew, you will need to purchase your own sewing thread and needle, but we will provide the stuffing and pre-cut felt pieces.

These photos show what is available in completed animals, and pre-cut felt (ready-to-sew) animals.

Colours available are as per the photos. Prices: (animal/pre-cut) Dog ($15/$10), Cat ($15/$10), Dolphin ($8/$4), Horse ($20/$14 - mane & tail also provided), Hen & 2 chicks ($20/$12), Dinosaur ($20/$14), Elephant ($20/$12), Geckos ($12/$8), Large Fish ($4/$3), Small fish ($3/$2). If you like a pre-cut colour and would like us to sew it for you, then the finished animal cost applies (as well as a small wait - subject to orders).

Also, we have some "Pocket Love" hearts (thank you to our very own Frances for the idea) which parents can fill with love each day and children can carry in their pocket; for $3 each. Contact Helen on 0478226601 to order and arrange for payment and pick up through the school office.
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Thank you to all who attended our Winter Festival last Friday night.

A big thank you also to everyone who provided the delicious soup and crumble for the students and parents to enjoy.

Our school community thanks you.
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1 years ago

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My favourite celebration.

I remember those nights, and miss them:)

Beautiful memories ๐Ÿ’ž

It was such a magical night!

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Casuarina Steiner School - Curry & Music Night Fundraiser.
Tickets are available to purchase at the office.

A reminder to RSVP if attending, so we make enough curry!
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Casuarina Steiner School - Curry & Music Night Fundraiser.
Tickets are available to purchase at the office.

A reminder to RSVP if attending, so we make enough curry!

We have availability for a Cleaner to join our team on a part time basis.

If you have experience using Enjo products and would like to be part of our cleaning team please contact the office on 6651 2770 or email [Email hidden] to gain more information.
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Class Six has been enjoying surfing lessons.

Each Friday they walk to the yacht club and take to the water to catch the waves under the professional guidance of Lee Winkler. As you can see from the photos, the children are enjoying the experience.

Many thanks to Josephine, Charlotte and Kane for supporting the class each Friday.
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Great to see kids being active ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Grade 6 Surfing....That is awesome! ๐Ÿ„‍โ™‚๏ธ

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Class Three have completed their House Building Main Lesson project. The project required the students to engage in a practical task that required perseverance, responsibility and focus.

The students had to consider and document various elements of their design; country of origin, environmental factors, materials used to build the house, description and planning of the building process.

On completion of the project the students gave a presentation to the class.

Well done Class Three.
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Our Casuarina Craft group has been mostly in hibernation this year, but did manage to make a collection of toys and gifts using natural fabrics.

We are offering beautiful handmade items for sale as a fundraiser to provide toys and story props for our classrooms.

The stall is open today in the bus bay area of the school from 9am – 3pm and Wednesday 9 December 2020 in the bus bay 2pm – 3.30pm.
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Our Casuarina Craft group has been mostly in hibernation this year, but did manage to make a collection of toys and gifts using natural fabrics.

We are offering beautiful handmade items for sale as a fundraiser to provide toys and story props for our classrooms.

The stall is open today in the bus bay area of the school from 9am โ€“ 3pm and Wednesday 9 December 2020 in the bus bay 2pm โ€“ 3.30pm.Image attachment

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Any chance I could pop in next week to the office if there’s anything left? No drama if not.. thanks!

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2 years ago

Wires

Our students have been busy making nests and pouches ready to be donated to our local WIRES team here in Coffs Harbour.

The pouches and nests help our local WIRES volunteers give native animals the care they need to recover and grow.

Well done to all who have been busy knitting over the past months.
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Wires

Our students have been busy making nests and pouches ready to be donated to our local WIRES team here in Coffs Harbour.

The pouches and nests help our local WIRES volunteers give native animals the care they need to recover and grow.

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NAIDOC Week

This week Class 3 participated in NAIDOC week activities.

We read 'Finding our Heart' a story book for young Australians about the Uluru Statement. The children drew their own Aboriginal design including the outline of their own feet!

The children listened to Aboriginal stories and from this they recounted the story. Working in groups the children interpreted their chosen story, depicted on rock art. They then retold their story with percussion instruments and 'read' from their rock art.
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The 'Finding Our Heart' book is such a great one.

Class 5 Play - The Epic of Gilgamesh

This week Class Five have been very busy performing their Class Play titled The Epic of Gilgamesh. On Tuesday morning students in the school saw it, and on Tuesday evening and Thursday evening this week parents have been invited into the school to see the performance.

The class has spent much time preparing for the performance and all their hard work is now at last coming to fruition.

The Epic of Gilgamesh is a Babylonian tale and is said to be the first story ever to be written, impressed on clay tablets over 4500 years ago. The story is an archetypal tale of life and death, love, loyalty, courage and true heroism.

The play brings together so many aspects of the curriculum, with music, movement, dance, drama, choral speaking and the visual arts all being woven together to bring the story to life.

Many thanks to Lisa McKeon for once again bringing much beauty as well as authenticity to our Class Five performance through working on costumes. The children truly looked dazzling when they took to the stage.
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Well done Class 5.....and Lisa McKeon! ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ™Œโค๏ธ

Beautiful children and great pics.

Beautiful photos-- and we love that dragon!

Beautiful pics , Thanks Ali ! What a fantastic play ♥๏ธ

News from Class 3

Class Three have been immersed in faraway places during our Homes Around the World Main Lesson.

Through stories we have travelled the world and learnt about various homes, why they are constructed in different ways and the implications the environment has on our design and building decisions. This Main Lesson leads the children into completing their first homework project; designing, constructing and presenting a model home from around the world.

We want to also share with you our amazing cozy slippers, how gorgeous! Class Three have been using a pattern to create these wonderful slippers.
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News from Class 3

Class Three have been immersed in faraway places during our Homes Around the World Main Lesson.

Through stories we have travelled the world and learnt about various homes, why they are constructed in different ways and the implications the environment has on our design and building decisions. This Main Lesson leads the children into completing their first homework project; designing, constructing and presenting a model home from around the world.

We want to also share with you our amazing cozy slippers, how gorgeous!  Class Three have been using a pattern to create these wonderful slippers.Image attachment

News from Class 2

Class Two has started the term with a number main lesson and background story about the life of Melissa the Worker Bee. In particular we are working on strengthening core number skills for addition, subtraction and grouping by building a sense for the relationships between numbers.

Each child is continuing to make great individual progress with reading and writing skills. This is passion-driven: as a child reads more and fluency builds, they become confident and very engaged with what they are reading. Library days (Mondays and Wednesdays) are a real highlight as children discover even greater types of texts that they can independently understand. The children share a lot of ideas and personal interests through books. Book Week was a great opportunity to extend this through sharing favourites, dressing up as characters and creating our own little booklets.

In craft we have dyed and are sewing our names on library bags and have just commenced making our own hobby horses. Each horse has a unique personality that we are just beginning to discover as we create them. Swimming is an exciting event every Monday, the bus trip being almost as exciting as the swim. We have commenced practice for our end of year play and once again I become aware of the children’s love for role play.

The kindness garden of sunflowers sown last term is thriving outside the classroom and inside the classroom we are noticing a lot about kindnesses shown to us and the many ways we appreciate and can be kind to others. The children are busy planting and harvesting from their Spring garden with lovely Matt, so I think you might be getting some produce home from time to time. We are already thinking about and looking forward to Class 3.
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News from Class 2

Class Two has started the term with a number main lesson and background story about the life of Melissa the Worker Bee.  In particular we are working on strengthening core number skills for addition, subtraction and grouping by building a sense for the relationships between numbers.

Each child is continuing to make great individual progress with reading and writing skills. This is passion-driven: as a child reads more and fluency builds, they become confident and very engaged with what they are reading. Library days (Mondays and Wednesdays) are a real highlight as children discover even greater types of texts that they can independently understand. The children share a lot of ideas and personal interests through books. Book Week was a great opportunity to extend this through sharing favourites, dressing up as characters and creating our own little booklets.

In craft we have dyed and are sewing our names on library bags and have just commenced making our own hobby horses. Each horse has a unique personality that we are just beginning to discover as we create them. Swimming is an exciting event every Monday, the bus trip being almost as exciting as the swim. We have commenced practice for our end of year play and once again I become aware of the childrenโ€™s love for role play.

The kindness garden of sunflowers sown last term is thriving outside the classroom and inside the classroom we are noticing a lot about kindnesses shown to us and the many ways we appreciate and can be kind to others. The children are busy planting and harvesting from their Spring garden with lovely Matt, so I think you might be getting some produce home from time to time. We are already thinking about and looking forward to Class 3.

News from Class 1

Giinagay!

Class One have just completed a Literacy/HSIE main lesson called, "Dreamtime stories". This main lesson meets very nicely the developmental stage of the class one child. The stories, songs and verses connect the children with the local Gumbaynggirr people, helping the children to gradually awaken to their local environment. Stories are told that personify all that surrounds the children from the rivers and ocean to the plants and animals. Although personified, the stories are designed to imaginatively reveal the different elements of the environment in a truthful (that is, scientifically based) manner, evoking feelings of reverence, love, wonder and gratitude for creation.

Listening to story is very important for all human beings, not just the children. It helps to build a fuller picture about what it means to be the caretakers of the earth and all her gifts. It brings knowledge, reverence, and gratitude.

We had fun with painting during this main lesson. The ethereal nature of these stories is best expressed with water and paint. Here the children were able to explore their feeling for the story. We also worked on consolidating many literacy skills learnt this year from letter formation to word building. Included are a few photographs of the children's paintings which were all very beautiful, and also our morning verse.

We greet the land on which we stand,
hand in hand in Gumbaynggirr land.
We thank the elders both present and past,
who cared for the land so it will last.
We greet the sun that shines so bright,
and fills us with its love and light.
We look and see friends all around,
for whom love in our hearts we have found.
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News from Class 1

Giinagay!

Class One have just completed a Literacy/HSIE main lesson called, Dreamtime stories. This main lesson meets very nicely the developmental stage of the class one child. The stories, songs and verses connect the children with the local Gumbaynggirr people, helping the children to gradually awaken to their local environment. Stories are told that personify all that surrounds the children from the rivers and ocean to the plants and animals.  Although personified, the stories are designed to imaginatively reveal the different elements of the environment in a truthful (that is, scientifically based) manner, evoking feelings of reverence, love, wonder and gratitude for creation. 

Listening to story is very important for all human beings, not just the children. It helps to build a fuller picture about what it means to be the caretakers of the earth and all her gifts. It brings knowledge, reverence, and gratitude.

We had fun with painting during this main lesson. The ethereal nature of these stories is best expressed with water and paint. Here the children were able to explore their feeling for the story. We also worked on consolidating many literacy skills learnt this year from letter formation to word building. Included are a few photographs of the childrens paintings which were all very beautiful, and also our morning verse.

We greet the land on which we stand,
hand in hand in Gumbaynggirr land.
We thank the elders both present and past,
who cared for the land so it will last.
We greet the sun that shines so bright,
and fills us with its love and light.
We look and see friends all around,
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News from Rose Room and Grey Gum

During our last main lesson Kindergarten and Peach Blossoms have been sharing their family heritage with the class. It has been delightful watching some of the once timid children talk to the whole class about their families and their countries of origin. They were so proud of their families and happy to answer questions from their peers. The classes have also loved seeing some historic family heirlooms, such as, an old child’s rocking chair, pennies, Great-Grandma’s broach, wooden toys from Europe, and even family crests. Thank you, parents, for your help with preparing your children for this sharing. We have also discovered: how to greet others in quite a few languages (which I hope the children have shared with you); many forms of transport to travel around the world, including rickshaws from China, tuk-tuks from Thailand, and even a double-decker bus from England; and, how to recognise Australia and other countries on maps.

Now we are moving quickly through Term 4 we have been focusing on preparing the Kindergarten children for Class 1. Movement, equipment-play, and the popular water pump, as well as exploring the upper school grounds have been a daily activity. The children are becoming more confident and are taking healthy risks as they challenge their abilities on the equipment. They have also been stretching out and running across the expanse of the grounds using forward, backward, and even sideways movements. Most of the children have embraced these moments with a sense of pure freedom and joy as they race across the gorgeous grass, while some of the Peach Blossoms have found they need a little encouragement and a teacher to run alongside. The Peach Blossoms are also preparing for their new role as Kindy’s next year, as we have higher expectations of them this term. We have asked them to lead the class lines over to the upper school; encouraged them to play, connect with and identify their Peach Blossom Peers; and are preparing them to identify as the new Kindergarten children for next year.

We have a busy and exciting term ahead of us with Advent beginning November 29th this year, as well as all of our Christmas preparations.

Looking forward to a wonderful Term 4 with your children.
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What an exciting time for all concerned <3

This year our Spring Celebration looked a little different. The school was a hive of activity with the children enjoying crafts and games all day.

Apple juice ice cups were a refreshing treat on a hot day and Spring was certainly in the air.
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2 years ago

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Happy Spring Festival day Coffs Harbour Casuarina Steiner School ๐ŸŒˆ We bet those apple cups went down a treat

The festivities started early for Class 1. With an entire flock of roosters, hens and chicks, the children had a very special Spring Chicken Festival on Friday to celebrate the completion of a fun craft project. We can't wait to see what's next for these avid knitters. ... See MoreSee Less

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Beautiful ๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ”

Love this school ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ thankyou

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The fun never stops in Class 1!
Last week the children harvested vegetables from their garden to make delicious wraps.
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2 years ago

Hayley Egan and Salvatore Rossano take children on a journey to discover the music of Italy through music and storytelling. In this interactive workshop, discover the rhythms and sounds of various traditional music styles. The castanettes, the accordion, the tamburello, the Ocarina and the ciaramella are some of the instruments that bring energy and melody to the program!

Then, with the infectious live music backing them, students practice the lively folk dance the Tarantella.
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2 years ago

Visit us and you will begin to see what makes Casuarina Steiner School different from all other schools. You will start to see and feel all the reasons to choose a Steiner education when you meet our talented and dedicated teachers, talk to our active and involved parent community, and meet our wonderful students. We can’t wait to welcome you!

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