Tuesday, 15 October 2019 13:21

Enrolment

Welcome to Mol an Óige CNS - a Steiner education! Thank you for your interest in enrolling in our school.

 

Open Days

We invite you to visit the school during one of our open days. These are held twice a year;

 

  • Open evening for prospective parents - Tuesday 12th of November 2019, 7-8pm
  • Open evening for prospective parents - February 2019, date and time tbc.
  • The school also hosts a Pre-Loved Sale in November and an Advent Féile in December.

 

Enrolment Forms

Please contact the school secretary, Suzanne, at the school office on 065 7072814 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for enrolment form/forms. On receipt of your enrolment form and all relevant reports (if asked for), the secretary will contact you regarding our open morning for new pupils.

 

Open Morning

In June we will open up our classrooms to incoming pupils to offer parents and children an informal opportunity to meet teachers and their peers. This also gives children a chance to try a lesson with their new class/teacher. There is an opportunity for parents and the Class Teacher to ask any further questions they may have.

 

Financial Information

Mol an Oige Steiner National School is a state funded primary school. As a state funded school there are no tuition fees.

Parental fundraising to central to the provision of many of the Steiner aspects of the education.

The school does not provide a list and ask parents to purchase books and materials. The high quality materials used during lessons such as materials needed in handwork lessons, textbooks for use in the classroom and copybooks, paper, crayons and pencils, are purchased in bulk by the school and parents reimburse the school for this outlay on the basis of an annual cost per child.

 

 

 

Wednesday, 03 April 2019 10:43

SCHOOL AS A JOURNEY

A talk on Steiner Education

Tuesday, 07 February 2017 10:20

Steiner Education

Steiner Education draws upon the best practice from upwards of 800 schools worldwide over a period of 80 years, providing educational diversity appropriate to the different national cultures in which it is delivered. The precise delivery of the State's Primary School Curriculum using the Steiner model of education is explained below by setting out six key characteristics of the Steiner approach alongside the Primary School Curriculum.

Thursday, 26 January 2017 11:24

What is Steiner Education?

Steiner Waldorf education was developed by Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner in the 19th century.

Wednesday, 25 January 2017 10:29

The ALFA Project

The ALFA (Active Learning For Adolescents) Project aims to support young people in their quest to understand the world and to deepen their experience of their own humanity. It aims to provide a meaningful education for young people within the community in County Clare.