Christmas Bazaar
9 December 2012 Sunday
11am – 3pm
Exhibition and sale of beautiful handmade items,
games stalls, activities for all ages , great food,
music & entertainment.  School work will also be on display.
Free Entrance

79 Cozy Home Layout, Sompura Gate,Sarjapur Road , Bangalore.
Directions Map:
Contact 81979 90550

OPEN DAY for Enrolments 2013-14
Classes Prep - Grade 3 
at Sompura Gate Premises, Off Sarjapur Road 
1 December 2012, SATURDAY
09:45am to 12:00 Noon

Compulsory attendance for parents seeking 2013-14 enrolment

Prior booking by email essential.  FREE.
Email us with NAME & DOB of child to book your spot.

2 hour Interactive Session & School tour
Best if both parents could attend this session as it will not only have a good introduction to Steiner-Waldorf education but also include details of the Grade school curriculum, classroom demos, exhibits of children’s work and a school premises tour.    This Open Day will work for anyone who is new to this education and also be suitable for parents who may be already familiar with Steiner’s work and want to explore Bangalore Steiner School as an option for their children.  
Talk & Tour strictly for Adults only.Children (6years+) may accompany and play independently outdoors. Bring your own carer for babies & toddlers, not allowed inside the session venue.

Free public talk by Martyn Rawson
“Creative Education for an Ethical, Sustainable &  Successful future –
Steiner-Waldorf school insider secrets to educate the 21st Century Child”

Date: 7 July, 2012,  Saturday Time: 9.45am to 11.45am 

Venue:  ASHIRVAD, No. 30, St. Marks Road 
(Next to White House, opp. SBI compound & very near Bowring Institute paid parking)
Participants:  Above 18 years of age.  
(sorry but the venue is not suitable for children to come along)For directions on the day, contact   Ph: +91 80 22210154 
Contacts for details of the program & RSVP:   Smitha Mallya 98458 19185 G.Manivannan 94483 78949

Topic:What would constitute a 'good education' for the 21st century? What do we need to do differently from current mainstream practice to achieve the sought after 'balanced human being with well-rounded skills'? Can a ‘technology-enabled’ classroom really do what an inspired teacher is meant to do for the learning environment?  What constitutes an 'age-appropriate' curriculum? How can a developmentally appropriate curriculum be taught in an engaging, integrated manner to develop the child's willing, feeling & thinking (Hands, Heart & Head)?  Why are these 3 faculties important for the human being to be actively engaged in society in the economic, social and spiritual spheres?

Speaker Profile:
Mr. Martyn Rawson,
a Waldorf teacher with over 30 years teaching experience, is currently serving as an Upper School teacher of History, Geography, Anthropology and Biology in Elmshorn, Germany.  His books ‘Ready to learn’ and ‘Free your child’s true potential’ draw from his many years of child observation, pedagogy and classroom practice and also from his experience as the Co-founder of the York Waldorf School and his numerous teacher training engagements.  Mr. Rawson has authored several books on curriculum and pedagogy and his Post doctoral work explores ‘teacher learning’.  His talks combine the wealth of his classroom teaching experience as well as the academic rigor of his work on the theory and philosophy of education.

Explore Steiner-Waldorf Education

Seminar starts on June 24th, Sunday.  
At JP Nagar 5th Phase
Do individual blocks or the whole year-long program. 
  • For parents seeking holistic and developmentally appropriate parenting & education for their children, this seminar provides insights into the Map of Childhood and the role of parents in the three distinct stages of development – the realms of willing, feeling & thinking.
  • For teachers in any classroom, following a mainstream curriculum or otherwise, this seminar brings a better understanding of the growing human being and enhances their capacity to meet the needs of the child in an age appropriate and inspired, creative way.
  • For anyone wanting to explore teaching as a potential vocation, this may just be the start of an inspiring journey!
For details, contact Mr. G. Manivannan 94483 78949