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YSS Annual General Meeting

Wednesday, 06 April 2016 03:00
The School AGM is on Tuesday 10th May at 7.30pm. A quorum of is required for this meeting so we would urge you to consider attending. If you can’t attend please fill out a proxy form from the Office. If you would like to be involved in the governance of the School or feel you have something to offer please think about nominating for Council. All positions will become vacant at the AGM; Chair, Vice-Chair, Finance, Building & Environment and general Committee Members. The Council meets approximately ten times a year. Proxy and Nomination Forms are available electronically or from the School Office email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to have an ‘E’ copy sent to you.

Sculpture by the Bay

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 09:13
Class Four/Five’s Giant Knitting sculpture was greatly admired by the many thousands of people who visited Sculpture by the Bay over the past weekend. The piece also won the Emerging Artist award from Happs Winery. This was a remarkable achievement given the high standard of the other works and the fact that our 10 and 11 year olds were competing against adults. The work certainly stood up proudly and showcased the School beautifully. Lots of people were involved in the construction of the work and we would like to sincerely thank Annie Malcolm for taking the prime role in not only inspiring the children but being hands on with the whole process; coming up with the vision, purchasing the soft materials, with dyeing the 240m plus of muslin, the knitting and being there to erect the sculpture at 6.30am and volunteer at the event. Konrad was the facilitator of the…

Winter Festival Celebration 2015

Friday, 07 August 2015 16:06
It was a truly lovely winter solstice celebration. The weather was stormy and very wet all day, but as always the downpour stopped for a couple of hours, enough time for us to enjoy the celebration with out us all getting drenched. Thank you to Mich and her children  who represented the Wardandi peoples and shared their story of custodianship of this local country.

Winter Festival Celebration 2015

Friday, 07 August 2015 16:06
It was a truly lovely winter solstice celebration. The weather was stormy and very wet all day, but as always the downpour stopped for a couple of hours, enough time for us to enjoy the celebration with out us all getting drenched. Thank you to Mich and her children  who represented the Wardandi peoples and shared their story of custodianship of this local country.

Willyabrup Dreaming Pottery & Gallery

Wednesday, 17 June 2015 15:11
Class Six went on an excursion at Bill Meiklejohn’s Willyabrup Dreaming Pottery and Gallery where they worked on making their lanterns for the upcoming Winter Festival.

Willyabrup Dreaming Pottery & Gallery

Wednesday, 17 June 2015 15:11
Class Six went on an excursion at Bill Meiklejohn’s Willyabrup Dreaming Pottery and Gallery where they worked on making their lanterns for the upcoming Winter Festival.

Friday Bush Walks

Friday, 05 June 2015 13:52
Every Friday. weather providing, the children in Class 1, 2 and 6  bush walk together. Yallingup Steiner Schools bush walking program is incredibly rich and varied.  For six years Class teachers have been leading children up and down the Cape to Cape Track and can attest to its tremendous value.   Giving children the opportunity to experience nature in this way speaks directly to our curriculum and our philosophy about education.

Friday Bush Walks

Friday, 05 June 2015 13:52
Every Friday. weather providing, the children in Class 1, 2 and 6  bush walk together. Yallingup Steiner Schools bush walking program is incredibly rich and varied.  For six years Class teachers have been leading children up and down the Cape to Cape Track and can attest to its tremendous value.   Giving children the opportunity to experience nature in this way speaks directly to our curriculum and our philosophy about education.

Class Two- Form Drawing

Friday, 05 June 2015 13:15

Class Two- Form Drawing

Friday, 05 June 2015 13:15
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Yallingup Steiner School

Cnr Caves and Wildwood Rds Yallingup,
Western Australia 6282

Postal Address:
PO Box 135 Yallingup,
Western Australia 6282

Tel: +61 8 9755 2230
Fax: +61 8 9755 2575
E-mail: info@yss.wa.edu.au

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