Are you looking for the right school for your family? To learn more about whether this is the right fit for your family, you’re welcome to call us for a chat, come along to one of our events, or arrange a time for a personal tour. A school tour offers a great opportunity to get a feel for the environment of the school, see the children’s work, and chat with students and teachers.
How the enrolment process works
Families are invited to submit an Application for Enrolment. The application will be processed and you will be contacted to discuss the next steps which may include a tour, if you have not already had one and possibly an experience day if needed. You will then be invited to a formal enrolment interview for you and your child with their prospective teacher. If we are able to offer a place, we then contact you with the official enrolment documents and make arrangements for your child’s orientation.
Fees are billed at the beginning of each term and include all materials, student excursions, special events, all camps, sporting events and equipment, and all musical equipment. Sibling discounts are available.
Frequently asked questions
What year groups do you cater for?
In 2022 we are offering Pre-Kindergarten through to Year 10. Our secondary school will be extending year by year with the first group graduating from Year 12 in 2024.
Do you have places available?
2022 sees the establishment of extra classes to accommodate for demand in the lower grades and, yes, we have places available in all grades except Pre-Kindergarten.
How big is the school?
We now have just over 150 students from Pre-Kindergarten through to Year 10. Most of our classes have 15-20 students.
Do you have composite or same year classes?
As of 2022 we now have stand-alone classes for the Years 1 – 6. We also have two mixed-age early childhood classes, with each including both Kindy and Pre-Kindy students. The secondary school classes will remain as composites for a little longer.
Do your children have inter school activities?
Yes. We often connect with other Steiner schools from upper primary onwards, generally several times a year for camps, sporting events, and other shared activities such as incursion days.
What about accelerated learning for gifted children?
Our teachers are experts in differentiated learning and we support children to grow in their areas of strength. We differ from mainstream schools in our approach by emphasising well-rounded development and working with special capacities of childhood, rather than hurrying children towards ever higher levels of achievement in some areas at the expense of others.