News & Events

Exploring Anthroposophy

An online short course introducing Anthroposophy, the foundation for Steiner Education.

This short course guides each student through an immersive introduction to Anthroposophy, as a way to deepen one’s experience of the foundations of life.

Course starts 16 February 2022.

Become a Steiner Teacher – Enrolments Open!

Enrol now for 2022

If you are interested in becoming a Steiner teacher (primary, early childhood or high school), we have new courses which offer a combination of online and in-person part-time training. Get in touch to find out more and to discuss enrolment options.

The Art of Caring: Working with Children under three

Join us in Sydney for this two-weekend course.

The Art of Caring prepares the groundwork beginning before birth, providing guidance to parents, grandparents, carers, and especially those employed to look after babies from birth to three.

Starts 5 March 2022

 

Blackboard Beauties – Enrolments Open!

An online NESA Accredited course in the Art of Blackboard Drawing.

Course commences 4 January 2022.

It is from the blackboard drawings in a Steiner classroom that much of the exciting curriculum is presented, bursting forth, bringing curriculum content to life. Join Raphaela Mazzone on a series of online sessions as she takes you through the technique and practice of blackboard drawing.

The Teacher Training Hub

SRSC Teacher Training Hub – Full Proposal

An invitation to Steiner schools to participate in an exciting initiative… 

SRSC invites schools to join us in a collaborative teacher development initiative to provide more accessible teacher training while bringing together schools to share resources and enrich the learning experience.

Primary Teaching Foundation (PTF)

Enrolments now open for 2022.

This is an annual comprehensive first year course for educators wishing to become Steiner teachers, or for anyone wishing to develop a knowledge of Anthroposophy and Rudolf Steiner Education. The course provides the fundamentals of Anthroposophical principles, exploring theoretical, practical and artistic modules. 

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Early Childhood Foundation Course (ECF)

Enrolments now open for 2022.
A wonderful mix of philosophy and artistic activities. Interested in becoming a Steiner-trained Teacher or Assistant? This course is for you. Parents and carers –pictures of Steiner education with artistic work and craft. All enquiries to Linda St Clair   earlychildhood@sydneyrudolfsteinercollege.com

ABC interview with our tutor Dr. Fiona Campbell

You can hear one of our wonderful tutors, Dr Fiona Campbell,  in an ABC interview discussing her own Artistic practice based on Anthroposophical principles.

Windows into the Wisdom of Waldorf

A special set of video clips of our Tutors in action

Available now till the end of August

Watch ONE or all FOUR – max 30 mins each

Enrol Now!

New Restructured Pathway to Become a Steiner Teacher

2021 is the inaugural year for the debut of our new restructured teacher education courses. If you are interested in becoming a Steiner teacher (primary, early childhood or high school), we have new courses which offer a combination of online and in-person part-time training. Please call us at 02 9261 4001 if you would like to talk to us about these exciting courses. Take a step forward on this new pathway and let us help you get to your next destination!

Be Enchanted! A One-Day Workshop Exploring the Wisdom of Fairy Tales

Join celebrated storyteller Ebba Bodame for a one-day workshop as she delves into the universal meaning of fairy tales. We will listen to stories, explore their themes and connect with their archetypes. Painting and eurythmy sessions will guide us into deeper interpretations of their gestures, symbols and substance.
Please note: This course is now full. Please email admin@sydneyrudolfsteinercollege.com if you would like to be placed on a wait list. 

A Seasonal Vignette – DE02 Student Emily Perkin’s Beautiful Watercolour Paintings

It’s truly rewarding to witness the positive perseverance of our students this year.
Adjusting to online delivery of the planned April 2020 teacher training seminar was the first hurdle. Getting used to working through assessments remotely was another.
However, following the online seminar students have been working solidly through the online learning materials we’ve delivered and sending in the most beautiful works of art.

Meg Quinlisk – Exploring One’s Life Story

Here Meg Quinlisk talks to us about her own life story and the focus of her upcoming double weekend biography workshop, Explore your Life Story.

Creative Speech & Drama

NESA Revival

As NSW’s Covid19 restrictions ease, Sydney Rudolf Steiner College is excited to be out in the Steiner school community running a NESA course. Thanks to Aetaomah School head Ron Caisley who contacted us to ask if Renate Millonig was available to run her 8 hour NESA accredited teacher training course, ‘Creative Speech in the Main Lessons’ at his school in Kyogle on July 14, 2020.

Explore Your Life Story

Sydney Rudolf Steiner College presenter, Meg Quinlisk, is running this immersive biographical study course over two weekends. Step away from the everyday and learn new skills to understand your life journey and the shared experiences, challenges, questions and thresholds we traverse throughout the journey of our lives.