Little Yarra Steiner School Ensemble was welcomed by Linuwel School in term 3, 2017 leaving in their melodious, rhythmical wake an inspired community! Their high level of professionalism, impressive technique and vibrant repertoire was brilliant to witness. This talented group of students and inspiring teachers hail from Little Yarra Steiner School in Victoria and they [...]
Once again the extended Linuwel Community welcomed and provided a very positive cultural exchange for all of the 39 students from Tachibana High School in Tokyo. Linuwel School is very grateful to our host families without whose generosity this experience could not be added to the overall, Linuwel educational experience. The Tachibana community value this [...]
Linuwel School recently hosted over fifty delegates representing Steiner schools from almost all states and territories in Australia. There was also representation from Steiner schools in New Zealand. We were grateful to all who contributed to making the school look its best; from students and teachers to grounds and admin staff and of course parents [...]
Class 10 Experiences ‘Winds of Zenadth’ Cultural Festival Thursday Island Class 10 have had the wonderful experience of spending the 4 days on Thursday Island in the Torres Straits at this biennial event. This is the third group Gerrard has taken to this unique celebration in the last 10 years (groups also went in [...]
Linuwel School Fair 2016 was an extraordinary day brimming with huge crowds, meaningful ceremony, celebration, pride and engagement with workshops, performances and activities. We were very grateful to have Uncle Bill Smith perform a Welcome to Country to begin the day. He spoke poignantly and with high praise about our school: the children; teachers; environment [...]
This beautiful pole installation created by emerging Aboriginal artist, Mitch Mahoney, tells the traditional stories of this land. It will be opened at midday at the Fair! You will be entertained by the atmospheric gamelan orchestra, drumming and instrumental and choral ensembles. Great coffee, delicious cakes, Indonesian food, BBQ, quiches and salads, chai and frappes [...]
The Indonesian Consul-General from Sydney recently visited the School and enjoyed speaking in Indonesian with the students, listening to them play the Gamelan orchestra, and watching the Indonesian film made with the students which recently won the Stage 3 best film award at the MLTANSW short film festival, Linguafest.
The school recently opened its new woodwork building, with its attached outdoor working area, which is a well-equipped facility to support the design and technology program, an integral part of the School’s curriculum.