06. November 2017 · Comments Off on St Martin’s Day Lantern Festival 9th November 2017 at 17.00 on the Land · Categories: Festivals, Independent schools Nottingham, performance




15.30 – 16.30

Martin joined the Roman Army at his father’s behest and, though a reluctant soldier, rose to the rank of Tribune within three years. He is remembered as the one who cut his cloak in half in order to clothe a cold and hungry beggar. After this act of charity he dreamt that he saw Christ wearing the half – cloak.

Martin left the army and went to Poitiers to become the disciple of Bishop Hilary. Although Martin would have preferred a quiet and humble life, the people of Tours wanted him to be their Bishop and had to trick him to get him into the cathedral to be consecrated. One story tells that he hid in a goose shed and the people came with their lanterns to find him.

18. October 2017 · Comments Off on The Iona School celebrates World Cerebral Palsy Day and rasies £91.30 for RHSP · Categories: cerebral palsy, Fundraising at Iona School, Independent schools Nottingham

IONA SCHOOL was delighted to participate in World Cerebral Palsy day on Friday 6th October 2017.

Class children raised awareness of cerebral palsy by coming in to school dressed in green.

They also baked cakes (some were green!) and sold them at break time and after school and have donated all the money to Rutland House School for Parents.

They raised a smashing £91.30 in total!

17. October 2017 · Comments Off on The Advent Fayre is back on Saturday 2nd December 10.30am-4pm! · Categories: Fundraising at Iona School, Independent schools Nottingham, Iona School Advent Fayre

The Iona School charity fundraising Advent Fayre 2017

On Saturday 2nd December 10.30am – 4pm

A wonderful event for the whole family to enjoy….

This is a long-running event which sees many local people and families from across Nottingham come together for a day of heart-warming good cheer!

Come and try:
• Seasonal vegetarian restaurant
• Café: freshly baked cakes, teas, coffees
• Children’s craft activities
• 30 craft market stalls: Christmas gifts galore from local Nottingham craft makers
• ‘Taste of Iona’ homemade produce: jams, chutneys, preserves, homemade sweets
• Puppet play
• Iona singers
• Make your own Christmas wreath
• Mulled apple juice and waffles
• Grand raffle draw
• Face painting
• Gnome gardens
• Festive singing and busking
• Beeswax candle dipping

All welcome, donation on the door

All proceeds to the Iona School.
Registered charity number: 516999.


16. October 2017 · Comments Off on Halloween Special Forest School on Iona’s Land: Weds 1st Nov 2017 · Categories: Forest School

alloween Forest School at Iona School’s Land on Weds 1st November 2017

28. September 2017 · Comments Off on Iona School supporting World Cerebral Palsy Day on 6th October 2017 · Categories: cerebral palsy, Fundraising at Iona School, Independent schools Nottingham

20. September 2017 · Comments Off on CHANGE OF DATE: The Lantern Festival will now be held on Thursday 9th November at 5pm. · Categories: Festivals
20. September 2017 · Comments Off on Michaelmas Festival on Friday 29th September at 5pm on Iona’s Land. · Categories: Festivals, Independent schools Nottingham

Class 4/5 will perform a play in the Amphitheatre on the Land and serve pizzas and drinks.

20. September 2017 · Comments Off on A talk by Dr James Dyson: “Michaelmas, Meteoric Iron and the Human Heart” · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk, Independent schools Nottingham

“Michaelmas, Meteoric Iron and the Human Heart”



Free Admission – donations towards this evening’s costs and the developing therapeutic work of the Iona School would be greatly appreciated
Dr James Dyson is in great demand internationally within the anthroposophical movement and is currently teaching and facilitating on several professional anthroposophical training courses, spanning a wide range of medical, therapeutic and psychological themes.

After qualifying as a medical doctor in 1975 he worked in general practice and concurrently studied anthroposophic medicine where his practice, which included general medicine and some psychiatry, continued for nearly 25 years.

During his long and varied career as an anthroposophic physician, James has also worked as a visiting doctor in Waldorf Schools and in several schools and residential communities for children and adults with learning disabilities.

Since leaving Park Attwood in 2003, James has furthered his long-standing interest in mental health and developmental psychology with formal postgraduate training, gaining a master’s degree in Psychosynthesis Psychology.

Having retired from formal medical practice in 2014, James continues to work in an advisory and consultative capacity for several educational facilities and is also extending his life-long involvement in adult education.

Please make every effort to attend what will be an enlivening and enriching talk which will touch the heart of our work here at the Iona School.

The Iona School, 310 Sneinton Dale, Nottingham NG3 7DN

19. June 2017 · Comments Off on St John’s Fire Festival & Fayre – Friday 23rd June from 4pm – families welcome · Categories: Family events Nottingham, Festivals, Fundraising at Iona School, Independent schools Nottingham, Junior schools nottingham, Primary schools Nottingham, The Land at Iona School

25. May 2017 · Comments Off on Iona School Association Notice of Annual General Meeting · Categories: Steiner education

Iona School Association

Notice of Annual General Meeting

Notice is given that the 2017

Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held at:

310 Sneinton Dale, Sneinton,

Nottingham, NG3 7DN

on Tuesday the 27th June at 6.30pm.

Please let the Office know if you will be attending: admin@theionschool.org.uk