Milkwood Steiner School, Darwin, Northern Territory

Volunteering

Our school benefits greatly from the generosity and contributions of parents, community members and of course our highly committed staff. There are many ways you can help out. Here’s some examples:

Working Bees

Working Bees are a great way to get a lot done , meet one another and have a  bit of fun at the same time.

Maintenance

Are you a fixer? From time to time we have items that require fixing!

Open Day

The Milkwood Steiner School Open Day is a major event in our school calendar. All hands on deck!

We need baking and making together with all the other activities on this page!

Mowing

The school grounds require regular mowing. The area is not huge but takes around an hour or so depending on the size of the mower. The edges of our grounds, including the car park, could also do with a trim with a whipper snipper.

Cleaning

We spring clean regularly.

Ask us where best to apply your elbow grease!

Container Collection

The school has successfully raised funds from collecting container deposits. A trailer is located in our carpark and it needs two things:

  • to be filled with 10c containers as fast as possible
  • hook up the trailer and collect the deposit.

Promoting Our School

There are many ways you can help our school maintain its quality reputation. From time to time we advertise our events and enrolment opportunities. We can always use a helping hand whether it be graphic design or putting up a sign. Talk to us to find out what you can do!

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Craft

 

Our craft group produces quality natural toys and beautiful items that are sold at events around Darwin and in our school office.  Join them each Monday. Children welcome.

 

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Students will be performing at this years’ Seabreeze Festival!

The String Ensemble will open the CDU Music Stage at 2.05pm followed by the School Choir at 2.20pm.
From 4.30 Strings players will busk en-masse on the Slab Stage.

Come and hear us play and sing!

Listening, creating and performing music are all integral aspects of a balanced music education. Through the students’ involvement in sequential and age appropriate activities, music takes a central position in Waldorf education, studied both as a discrete discipline and most importantly as a vital part of the pedagogy. Exercises for training the musical ear are practiced, providing a solid base for subsequent musical accomplishment and singing and choral work are developed throughout the school years. Children learn the recorder from Class One through to Class Six and individual tuition of a stringed instrument and music notation is taught from Class Three, and by Class Four children participate in orchestral work.
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