The Steiner Waldorf approach is based on the simple but profound insight that children learn in different ways at different stages of their development.Read More »
When parents and teachers work well together it provides a solid base for the child to flourish. Find out about the role parents take at the Academy.Read More »
Teachers in the Steiner Academy have completed either a Steiner teacher education course, or a state teacher training programme, or, in some cases, both.Read More »
GCSE ATTAINMENT OVERALL Our total Year 11 (Class 10) cohort this year was 21 students, which included 5 students (24% of cohort) with Special Educational Needs (SEN) (one statemented) and one further Pupil Premium (PP) student. 52% of the cohort achieved 5 or more A*- C grades at GCSE including English and Maths Of the […]Read more »
We offer an education that enables children to experience childhood fully while enabling them to become responsible, free individuals who can think clearly and considerately, observe perceptively and act constructively for the good of the world.
We provide a co-educational school for children from early childhood right through to school leaving age (3 to 16). The Steiner Waldorf approach is based on the simple but profound insight that children learn in different ways at different stages of their development.
Pupils learn traditional subjects through distinctive and time-tested teaching methods that serve the children’s intellectual, physical, emotional and spiritual development in ways that are suited to their age.Read more about Steiner Waldorf education »