Monthly Archives: March 2014

Drawing Dragons

drawing of dragon

Artistic beauty does not consist of the representation of a beautiful thing, but the beautiful representation of a thing – Immanuel Kant Many children really enjoy drawing and often need only a little guidance and they are off creating wonderful pictures. I know my children… Continue reading

Fun and Games at the Autumn Festival

child eating apple

‘Michaelmas’ is celebrated in Steiner schools around the world where it is thought of as the “festival of strong will” during the autumnal equinox, a time of equal day and night. The story of Archangel Michael is a traditional beginning to our day of celebration.… Continue reading

A Dragons Tale: An Autumn Story of Courage

dragon costume

Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of communication. The earliest storytellers were historians, newsbearers and entertainers. Stories have been used for sacred rites, for healing and for teaching. Seasonal stories are a way for us to recognise where we are in the yearly cycle.… Continue reading