14. March 2018 · Comments Off on “Dreamscapes” Eurythmy West Midlands performance at The Iona School on Tues 24th April at 7.30pm in the Hall · Categories: Eurythmy, Independent schools Nottingham, performance
Iona School is delighted to be hosting a performance by Eurythmy West Midlands Young Stage Group Touring Programme called “Dreamscapes” on Tuesday 24th April 2018 at 7.30pm in the Hall.  Suitable for ages 12+.
 
“Dreamscapes” is a magical journey depicting the fragile borders between different realities, the changing shades and colours of authentic human experience – reflecting the times in which we live. The central piece is a version of D. H. Lawrence’s extraordinary final, and largely unknown poem, “The Ship of Death”. Revelatory works by Debussy, Yeats, Shakespeare, T.S. Eliot, Chopin, Alois Zimmermann-and a good dose of humour-provide further material for this rich poetic-musical performance.
 
The three gifted young eurythmists, who studied at Eurythmeum-CH, are originally from Germany, Japan and Taiwan. They came to Engalnd to enhance their performance skills with Eurythmy West Midlands.
 
They are pleased to be able to tour with experienced artists Bob Davie (cello), Alan Stott (piano) and Geoffrey Norris (speech).
 
To book tickets for this unique event please contact: dominique@theionaschool.org.uk or ring 0115 9415295.
13. March 2018 · Comments Off on 10th May 2018 – Iona School Open Morning · Categories: Independent schools Nottingham, Iona School Open Morning, Primary schools Nottingham

Would you like to find out more about Steiner education in Nottingham? What makes Iona School so special? You are invited to attend our Open Morning on Thursday 8th March 2018. Tour the Kindergarten, classrooms and school gardens before gathering for a Q & A session. Parents and carers welcome. To register ring Dominique Allen, Admissions Manager on 0115 9415295.

09. March 2018 · Comments Off on Visioning workshop at Iona School: Sat 17th March 9.30am – 12 noon · Categories: Steiner education

A space to reflect, create and collaborate.

Developing a vision for the future of the school, buildings and Land.

09. March 2018 · Comments Off on Kindergarten Parents’ Evening – Tues 13th March at 7.15pm · Categories: Steiner education

Please note there will be a Kindergarten Parents’ Evening on Tuesday 13th March at 7.15pm in the Kindergarten.

05. March 2018 · Comments Off on Open Morning this Thursday 8th March 2018, 9.30am-12 noon. Register with Dominique on 0115 9415295. · Categories: Independent schools Nottingham, Iona School Open Morning, Junior schools nottingham, Steiner education

Would you like to find out more about Steiner education in Nottingham? What makes Iona School so special? You are invited to attend our Open Morning on Thursday 8th March 2018. Tour the Kindergarten, classrooms and school gardens before gathering for a Q & A session. Parents and carers welcome. To register ring Dominique Allen, Admissions Manager on 0115 9415295.

02. March 2018 · Comments Off on Iona School and Day Nursery CLOSED FRIDAY 2ND MARCH due to inclement weather. · Categories: Steiner education

IONA SCHOOL AND DAY NURSERY IS CLOSED TODAY – FRIDAY 2nd MARCH – DUE TO THE INCLEMENT WEATHER. WE APOLOGISE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE YOU.

 

13. February 2018 · Comments Off on CABERET NIGHT – Friday 23rd March from 6pm · Categories: Family events Nottingham, Independent schools Nottingham

Class 4/5 proudly present C A B E R E T   N I G H T

Friday 23rd March from 6 pm in the school hall

Fundraising for our upcoming class trip to the Eden Project in Cornwall

 

Do you have a song to sing, a dance to dance, an instrument to play, a poem to read, a joke to tell, or a remote-control helicopter to fly?  

Whatever your talent or interest, we would be so appreciative if you could share it with us on this night. 

ALL current and previous pupils and parents, and their friends and families, are invited to take part.

Don’t by shy! You can be guaranteed a supportive audience…

Contact karen.clingan@btinternet.com to let us know what kind of act you would like to share with us and approximately how long this will take.

Please come along on the night to have fun and support our talented and creative community.

Pay entry on the door – whatever you are able to donate J.

All performers will gain free entrance.

Friends, families, etc, all welcome.

Refreshments will be available.

 

13. February 2018 · Comments Off on Mandala painting day at the Iona school – March 2018 · Categories: Family events Nottingham, Primary schools Nottingham, Steiner education

 

12. February 2018 · Comments Off on The Iona School Open Morning – Thursday 8th March 2018, 9.30am -12 noon · Categories: Independent schools Nottingham, Iona School Open Morning, Primary schools Nottingham, Steiner education

Would you like to find out more about Steiner education in Nottingham? What makes Iona School so special? You are invited to attend our Open Morning on Thursday 8th March 2018. Tour the Kindergarten, classrooms and school gardens before gathering for a Q & A session. Parents and carers welcome. To register ring Dominique Allen, Admissions Manager on 0115 9415295.

08. February 2018 · Comments Off on “Sleep and Daily Rhythms – the Contribution to Learning and Wellbeing” – a Talk by Dr James Dyson on Mon 26th Feb 2018 at 19.30 · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk, Independent schools Nottingham, Primary schools Nottingham

“Sleep and Daily Rhythms – Their Contribution to Learning and Wellbeing”

A TALK BY DR JAMES DYSON

MONDAY 26th FEBRUARY 2018 AT 19.30 AT THE IONA SCHOOL

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.