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human-centred curriculum 

 

An independent, nationally recognised curriculum purposefully aligned with human development.

Parkerville Steiner College is an independent, co-educational Steiner high school, set on 25 acres of beautiful bushland in the Perth Hills.

 

Our aim is to develop independent and creative thinkers, by embedding meaning into learning so real understanding and application takes place.

 

“Our highest endeavour is to develop young people, who out of themselves are able to impart meaning and direction to their own lives.” – Rudolf Steiner
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“Students feel challenged in all sorts of different ways.”

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“We are so thankful to be able to access this creative approach to learning in the Perth Hills.”

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Water Sports

Water Sports

Parkerville Steiner College’s Term One Physical Education program takes advantage of the warm, sunny days by focusing on water sports. Following on from their Camp at Woodman Point at the beginning of term, where the students learned to sail, flew at great heights on...

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This Special Place by Suzie Moore

This Special Place by Suzie Moore

This wonderful reminder of “why” Steiner Education. Suzie, is a science teacher at Perth Waldorf School and she shares her delight for her children. So reaffirming. Thank you Suzie.   This Special Place – by Suzie Moore At the start of this year I moved my 3 children...

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A Silicon Valley school that doesn’t compute

A Silicon Valley school that doesn’t compute

by The New York Times LOS ALTOS, Calif. — The chief technology officer of eBay sends his children to a nine-classroom school here. So do employees of Silicon Valley giants like Google, Apple, Yahoo and Hewlett-Packard. But the school’s chief teaching tools are...

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