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Alice Springs Steiner School newsletter



Alice Springs Steiner School newsletter


Alice Springs Steiner School


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Steiner Education Australia

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Alice Springs


Alice Springs Steiner School newsletter


Newsletter, Monday 28th October 2019

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Newsletter ~ Monday 28th October https://us7.campaign-archive.com/?u=6a6b0cfafebf2f5f89550f76c&id=1f9d4b2a7a[7/04/2020 11:51:57 AM] PRIMARY CLASSES Class One Dear Class One Families, Class One have had an exciting week in school and out in the community. Children have loved swimming lessons and have acted safely and responsibly during all parts of the program. Class One children have not slowed down their efforts in the classroom and have continued to work hard in their books and at activities. Well done Class One on a great week. Donna's Golden Moments We have had a lot of thoughtful moments in our classroom this week. I have been helped with jobs without even asking, for example checking the water filter and also assisting each other with things like packing swimming bags. I watched a beautiful resolution to a playground problem as I listened to them speaking to one another about what happened. They shared how they felt and worked out how to work together the next day to create something amazing as a team. I saw a child upset over a damaged sand creation and three kind friends immediately comforting him and reassuring him that they would help to fix it. Lucy's Golden Moments Watching the children play at lunch time I saw a pair of half-pirates digging for gold and chocolate, a group of scientific researchers investigating volcanic eruption, lava flow and irrigation, and two on the swings locked deep in a personal conversation on God. The authenticity and feelings of openness and trust between the children was touching to be a part of. A great team effort to clean the classroom was had on Friday afternoon. There were no complaints rather immersion and joy in the task, and the thrill of experiencing how 'many hands make light work.' Blessings on your week, Lucy E

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