Term 1 Parent Ed

Our 2017 Term 1 Kamaroi Parent Education Program is now available. The Program at a Glance: Thursday 16th February – Lisa Devine: Introduction to Anthroposophy Tuesday… read more

Scientists say child’s play helps build a better brain

Important as they are, some of today’s big news headlines may have less effect on the future than what’s happening today on countless playgrounds…. read more

Campaign for a commercial free childhood

CCFC’s mission is to support parents’ efforts to raise healthy families by limiting commercial access to children and ending the exploitive practice of child-targeted… read more

Let the children play

Every day where we work, we see our young students struggling with the transition from home to school. They’re all wonderful kids, but some… read more

Handwriting’s relevance in a digital world

The making of graphic marks in the form of letters was one of the first activities of early humans. Written words are the visual… read more

Imagination, wonder & reverence: The primary years in Steiner/Waldorf education

Why is Steiner/Waldorf education one of the fastest growing independent school movements in the world? There are over 40 Steiner schools in Australia, across… read more

The impact of technology on the developing child

Reminiscing about the good old days when we were growing up is a memory trip well worth taking when trying to understand the issues… read more

For creativity, capability and resilience, Steiner schools work

Steiner education is a popular choice of alternative schooling in Australia, with more than 40 schools country-wide. Along with other alternatives to mainstream schooling, Australia… read more

Computers in schools could do more harm than good

Ignoring the dangers facing the screen generation is a dangerous approach, says Susan Greenfield. By Susan Greenfield 9:31AM GMT 12 Feb 2010 One of… read more

Dr Thomas Nielsen: Imagination is as Important as Facts

Imagination is as Important as Facts. By Dr. Thomas Nielsen,PhD, University of Canberra Article in Canberra Times, December 6, 2010 There is a passage… read more