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 13th October 2016. 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.

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29. September 2016 · Comments Off on Glen Williamson in Kaspar Hauser at Iona school on 20th October 2016 · Categories: Steiner education

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Many of you will remember Glen Williamson’s amazing one man show of the Faust story. We are pleased to announce that Glen will be returning to Iona School to perform his show about Kaspar Hauser on 20.10.16 at 19.30 in the school hall.

http://anthropostheater.com/kaspar-hauser.html

Please save the date and watch out for further details which will be coming soon.

We look forward to seeing you there.

29. September 2016 · Comments Off on Make a stool in a day on Iona’s Land – Sunday 16th October 10am-5pm · Categories: Family events Nottingham, Nature, The Land at Iona School, The Learning Land Project

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12. September 2016 · Comments Off on Forest School starting tomorrow on Iona’s Land · Categories: Forest School, Independent schools Nottingham, Nature, Play, Primary schools Nottingham, The Land at Iona School

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21. July 2016 · Comments Off on Sponsored run for Umunandi on Iona School’s Land! · Categories: Independent schools Nottingham, Nature, Play, Primary schools Nottingham, The Land at Iona School

Class 2/3 children ran 1 mile at school today to raise money for Umunandi. They did amazingly well and were beautifully supported by the rest of the class.

Well done everyone!!!!! We are all proud of you.

UMUNANDI -‘friends’ is Iona School’s chosen charity.

Iona School has made a commitment to sponsoring two boys, Daniel and Malpalo, at the Green Park School in Zambia, Africa for the rest of their school life.

14. July 2016 · Comments Off on Forest School sessions on Iona School’s Land in September and October · Categories: Forest School, Junior schools nottingham, Nature, Play, Primary schools Nottingham

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13. July 2016 · Comments Off on Iona School September 2016 Open Morning · Categories: Independent schools Nottingham, Junior schools nottingham, Nature, Open Mornings, Play, 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 22nd September 2016. 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.

12. July 2016 · Comments Off on Experian volunteers look after Iona School’s woodworking shelter on the Land · Categories: Independent schools Nottingham, Primary schools Nottingham, Steiner education, The Land at Iona School

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A team of volunteers from Experian worked wonders on Iona School’s Land to level the ground under the woodwork shelter. A very big thank you to Experian and to everyone who helped make this happen!

12. July 2016 · Comments Off on Family Making Sessions with the Learning Land Project at Iona School: Sunday 24th July 10am-1pm or 2-5pm · Categories: Family events Nottingham, Independent schools Nottingham, Nature, Play, Primary schools Nottingham, The Land at Iona School, The Learning Land Project

Family Making sessions July 2016

23. June 2016 · Comments Off on Invitation to a talk with James Dyson on Mon 4th July at 19.30: Will and the Hidden Secret behind Child Development” · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk, Independent schools Nottingham, Primary schools Nottingham

You are invited to a talk by Dr James Dyson on Monday 4th July at Iona School at 19.30 for 19.45.

“Will and the Hidden Secret behind Child Development”

“Boredom, lethargy, cynicism and hate versus enthusiasm, motivation, respect and love . . . Which four of these would you aspire to for yourselves and for your children? – Well, the answer is self-evident and so, at least within certain limits, is the why; but in the ‘how’, the mystery of the life of will is embedded. Is this mystery a function of the brain, the liver, a spiritual inspiration, or is it a synthesis of all three? However understood, the magic of the will is clearly the best kept of all human secrets!

In this talk, James Dyson will offer a picture of how the will connects to sense impressions in childhood, translates these into soul experiences and emerges as the hidden unifying secret behind biography! James will be drawing on an anthroposophic understanding of psychology and physiology and indicate how these two aspects of the human being function as a dual unity within the threefold human organisation in health – and how illness may arise when their mutual coherence is lost.”

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.

Best wishes,

Richard Moore, for The College of Teachers