Class 2 and 3 have been studying ‘Weight & Measures’ recently. They began with some imaginative origin stories for the development of traditional units of weight such the stone, the pound and the ounce and then explored units of length and volume. They also learned about our modern metric units of measurement and how we […]
We are thrilled to launch a new promotional video for our school! This short film gives a lovely insight on our school and the Steiner approach to education, featuring our wonderful teachers, a peek into our classrooms, a tour of our fantastic outdoor space and spectacular aerial views of our grounds. Many thanks to all […]
Save the date!!! We will be holding an online Open Day on Saturday 30th May at 2pm, where families can have a virtual tour of our school and then chat with our teachers in a live Zoom session. Further details about how to register for this event are available by contacting us on email@example.com The […]
Class 6 & 7 have been working on the theme of “Wish, Wonder and Surprise” in their English main lesson. These words have great resonance for children of this age, who spend a considerable amount of time wishing they were older, stronger, wiser or freer, and wondering about their future in an uncertain world. The […]
Happy new year and welcome one and all to the Spring Term at Kildare Steiner School. On Saturday the 1st of February it is St. Brigid’s Day. So, from 10am – 1pm that day, the whole school community is invited to join together for a grounds improvement workday. Following this at 1pm there will be […]
“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.” Kildare Steiner School’s Board of Directors have conjured up a wonderfully mad idea to raise awareness and funds for our school and have decided to climb Lugnaquilla, Irelands second-highest mountain! Our target is to not only ascend and descend intact but to raise €15,000 […]
Kildare Steiner School Kindergarten welcomes children aged 5-6 for the Senior KG group. We provide a warm,nurturing environment with lots of outdoor activities, crafts, indoor play and more, which constitutes a solid foundation for primary school through a play-based curriculum.