Week At A Glance September 30 – October 4

Week At A Glance September 30 – October 4 Dear VWS Families, What a privilege it is to be here with you at the end of our first month of school! I hope the transition from late summer to early fall has been going smoothly for your family. And to our families who are celebrating today, I wish you a

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Updated Grade School Dress Code

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Updated Grade School Dress Code The intention of the Grade School Dress Code is to support children in learning and playing safely and happily. We are committed to the following principles for our dress code while serving the students at our school: 1. Free Movement and Comfort Students need to be able to freely move and perform all the fine

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Week At A Glance September 23 – 27

Vancouver Waldorf School | Celebrating Michaelmas

Week At A Glance September 23 – 27 Dear VWS Families, You are warmly invited to a performance of our Michaelmas play, “St. Michael and the Dragon” on Friday, September 27 at 11:40 am in the big field at the Grade School. The play celebrates the building and strengthening of our inner life. The image of St. Michael with his

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Waldorf100 The Wellspring of Waldorf

Waldorf100 The Wellspring of Waldorf Behind a Waldorf education, there’s a whole movement based in a larger, deeper, and more hopeful view of humanity. Explore these eight topics about Waldorf Education and Rudolf Steiner’s anthroposophy, presented in short, accessible segments with Liz Beaven, Ed.D. and Melanie Reiser, Ph.D. Origins of Waldorf Education Anthroposophical View of the Human Being Evolution of

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Vancouver Waldorf School: Celebrating 100 Years of Waldorf® Education

Vancouver Waldorf School: Celebrating 100 Years of Waldorf® Education North Vancouver: The Vancouver Waldorf School is celebrating Waldorf education’s 100th anniversary on September 19, 2019. Waldorf Education founder, Rudolf Steiner, formed the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart, Germany in 1919. Today there are over 1,100 Waldorf schools and almost 2,000 Waldorf kindergartens in 80 countries around the globe. In celebration

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Week At A Glance September 16 – 20

Week At A Glance – September 16 – 20 Dear VWS Families, We hope that everyone is settling into the new autumn rhythms with ease. Welcome back to our High School students and the several faculty and staff members who were away last week for the Wilderness Trip to Garibaldi Provincial Park. It was wet but wonderful, and I’m grateful

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Waldorf100 in 100 Seconds

Waldorf100 in 100 seconds with Henning Kullak-Ublick Steiner/Waldorf schools change the world The first Waldorf school was founded in Stuttgart in 1919. Today there are over 1,100 Waldorf schools and almost 2,000 Waldorf kindergartens in some 80 countries around the globe. And more all the time. We are making our Centennial an occasion to further develop Waldorf education for contemporary

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Week At A Glance September 9 – 13

Week At A Glance – September 9 – 13 Dear VWS Families, What a pleasure it was for faculty and staff to welcome your children back to school last week. Thank you all for helping to make the transition a smooth one. Upcoming Events: MONDAY – September 9 HS Wilderness Trip to Garibaldi Provincial Park 6:30 am, HS Grade 8 Parent

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VWS Alumni Corner – Magda Bereza

Who is Doing What VWS Alumni Corner Interview with Magda Bereza, Class of 2012 VWS: Tell me about your work and education after graduating from the VWS (post-secondary schooling, travel, work experience, family, etc… ) MB: The first big thing I did following graduation was to travel to Sweden in order to start a year-long program called YIP, an International

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Waldorf100 An Education for the Future

Waldorf100 An Education for the Future On September 19, 2019, Waldorf education celebrates 100 years. Across the globe, Waldorf schools are engaging in creative, social and environmental actions. With these initiatives, Waldorf communities are seeding the future. 100 years is only the beginning. Visit waldorfeducation.org/waldorf100 to learn more. Join the movement. Seed the future.

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