Welcome to St Paul’s Steiner School

St. Paul’s Steiner School is an independent, non-selective and non-denominational school for children aged 3 – 14 years old.

Housed in a beautiful 19th century church in central London, St. Paul’s is a Steiner-Waldorf School. We provide an education that supports the development of well-rounded human beings who are resourceful, creative, responsible and curious; ready to meet the challenges of the 21st century with the problem-solving skills required for a sustainable future.

Limited places still available in this academic year.

The effect of screen exposure on children

On Thursday 17th September 2015 at 7pm in the Nave, Dr Tessabella Lovemore will give a talk about the effect of screen exposure on children.

Dr Tessabella Lovemore PhD has a private practice as a Counsellor and Education Consultant specialising in affective factors in schools (the connections between relationships, behaviour, emotions, and learning).

Tessabella is a dynamic speaker on a wide range of subjects concerning human development, relationships and behaviour. Between the years of 1974 to 1993 she taught in Steiner/Waldorf schools; and since 1994 she has been engaged in a number of research projects including a large study on the effects of television viewing, and her personal research into teachers’ understanding of how children learn morally.


New After School Clubs

As a new initiative starting in the Autumn term 2015/16, we are planning to run some after school clubs.  Initially we will have three clubs targeting various age ranges in the school, as described below and, if successful, we will look at further developing the programme. 
Download Booking form here

The Clubs
Instrumental and Vocal Ensemble Club

Cost:  £7.50 per session.  £97.50 for the term.
Time & Day: Tuesdays at 3.45 term time – 13 weeks, 8th September to 8th December inclusive.  There will be no club on 27th October, half term school holiday.
Duration: 1 hour
Applicants: Pupils from Classes VI, VII and VIII may apply
Size: Maximum 10 children
Tutor: Carolina Pintos.  Carolina is the school music teacher, she has considerable experience in teaching music to children of all ages.
Description: The club aims to create an ensemble of children who already play instruments and sing. The group will learn and share music ranging from folk to classical to world music.  The objective will be to create musicianship enabling pupils to experience making music together.  This will lead to the group performing one, two or more concerts a year.

Shadow Puppetry Workshop

Cost:  £8.00 per session – to cover materials required.  £88 for the term.
Time & Day: Thursdays at 3.45 term time – 11 weeks, 17th September to 3rd December inclusive.  There will be no club on 29th October, half term school holiday.
Duration: 1 hour
Applicants: Pupils from Classes II, III and IV may apply
Size: Maximum 10 children
Tutor: Emilia Liberatore.  Emilia is an experienced Creative Arts Practitioner and Workshop facilitator.  Currently she is working for the Little Angel Theatre , London Canal Museum, Folded Feather Company and works freelance for school and third sector organisations, devising and delivering different puppet making workshops.  She is committed to encourage young people to freely express their potential by stimulating their natural attitude to explore creatively objects and the environment they live in.
Description: Pupils will learn key concepts of shadow theatre with an introduction to essential puppetry skills, creating their own puppets, learning how to manipulate them, devising and developing a short play, which will be performed in a showcase for families and friends at the end of term.  The theme of the workshop for this term will be The Change of Seasons.

Dance Club

Cost:  £7.50 per session.  £97.50 for the term.
Time & Day: Wednesdays at 3.45 term time – 13 weeks, 9th September to 9th December inclusive.  There will be no club on 28th October, half term school holiday.
Duration: 1 hour
Applicants: Pupils from Classes VI, VII and VIII may apply
Size: Maximum 15 children
Tutor: Sophie Nuzel, Sophie has been working as a freelance dance artist in Germany, Switzerland and England. She regularly teaches for renown dance organisations such as The Place, London Contemporary Dance School, Trinity Laban as well as
ArtsEd.  She choreographs large scale participatory dance performance pieces, which are touring across the UK.  She annually organises and delivers creative dance residencies for young people and adults in Germany and in England.
Description: The classes aim to introduce participants to the principles and foundations of contemporary dance technique as well as encourage creativity and devise movement work of their own. In the first half of the class students are encouraged through different set exercises to develop their physical strength, coordination, creativity and musicality. In the second half of the class students will have the opportunity to create, with some guidance, their own movement sequences and dance phrases.

How it Works
Places will be allocated on a first come/ first served basis and will be for one term only with further application for places each term.  In the case of over-subscription, to give all pupils an equal chance of enjoying the clubs, a waiting list will be held and these pupils offered first option of a place in the following term.  The exception to this will be the music club where, given the progressive nature of the club, priority will be given to those already attending and wishing to continue.
If a place should become available during the term we will move to the next person on the waiting list to offer a place.
The cost of clubs will be invoiced to you on a termly basis.  If your child is allocated a place for one of the clubs and then subsequently drops out, you will be charged for the whole term.

If you are interested in applying for a place in any of the clubs, please complete the form below asap and by 10am on Friday 7th August at the latest.  Please note that clubs will not run unless a minimum number of 7 pupils apply for a place.

Download Booking form here

Lunch Club Booking Autumm Term 2015

Please fill in the form and return it to the office as soon as possible. This will help us to ensure we have the right number of staff to care for the children.

Please note we are unable to accept drop in if we do not have the right staff to child ratio.

Hard copies are kept at the reception desk.

Lunch Club Autumn 2015