Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School: Class 4 Bread Making

Excerpt from Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School Newsletter – 19 March 2018.

“Class 4 were very busy this week preparing bread, making corn dolls and erecting a hand-made fence for their garden. They were ably assisted in their endeavours by Grace Aloisio, Kathy Thangathurai, Elizabeth Ellean and Sandra Frain.”



Currently Offering…

2-6 hour workshops

Early Childhood and  Family Life (adults or all ages)

  • How to create a Happy Healthy “Home” based Children’s Education Program
  • Tricky Transition Times made fun with integrity: Story, song and Game
  • Cooking with Children
  • Gardening with children
  • Felting with children
  • The importance of “Rest” times and how to make them happen

In Nature (adults or all ages)

  • Creating experiential “nature” based educational children’s programs
  • Biodynamic Gardening as Transformation of Matter
  • How to make a Compost that creates lively soil
  • Making medicines to support LIFE
  • The Virtues of Tree Pasting for people and trees
  • “Peppers” : Using FIRE to protect our crops
  • Goethean observation in nature: Active meditation with song and story

Cooking (adults or all ages)

  • Alchemy in the Kitchen: Sacred Laboratory
  • Science and Art of Sourdough Bread baking

Storytelling  (adult and youth )

  • Developing the Storyteller in you for educational and therapeutic benefit

Neuro Dramatic Play (adult, youth, children)

  • What is it ?
  • How to create opportunities for rhythm, sensory stimulation and drama ensuring healthy healing play for all

Celebration Creation (adults and youth)

  • “Preparing the Way: Creating a Meaning-Full Cultural Festival for your Family, Class and Community”

Soul Strengthening for All in your Community (adults or all ages)

The meaning of folk stories with audience- appropriate songs and activities

  • (Choose your own story or Sandra’s suggestion ie. )
  • Jack and the Beanstalk and gardening activity
  • Elves and the Shoemaker Felting slippers on you/ your child’s feet
  • The 3 Little Pigs”:Understanding the “building blocks” by Acting Story
  • Little Red Riding Hood: Archetypes to grow by
  • Sweet Porridge: A story of wisdom in children and/or our addictions
  • The Frog King: Uniting with our spirit in frightening times

Self in Community   (adults and youth)

  • Strong Flexible boundaries make Happy Healthy relationships
  • How Rhythm, Repetition and Rhyme Strengthen Self Esteem of all ages
  • Working together with all ages and capabilities

Study Groups (adults and youth)

  • How to host Study Groups for individual and community development