Diana

Diana

Eurythmy is a performing art movement; I started my Eurythmy career as a performing Eurythmist, touring mostly the UK, Europe and also the Far East. I have been performing on a regular basis for the last 15 years, while also being a Eurythmy and class teacher at the Brighton Steiner School and St. Paul's Steiner School in London. I am now concentrating on teaching Eurythmy at the Frome Steiner Academy, and am happy to be part of such a welcoming and exciting school.

Yuan

Yuan

I have been a teacher in state-funded schools for more than ten years, having qualified in Special Educational Needs (SEN) in my native Taiwan. Being an SEN teacher, I developed a strong interest in getting to know autism better, so completed a Master’s Degree in researching autism within a special and inclusive educational vision. Personally, I enjoy absorbing different wisdoms about life, from various religious teachings, literature and philosophy, mostly written in my mother language of Mandarin. Inspired by my reading, I have also been writing many blogs of my own in both English and Mandarin. Encountering Steiner Education in 2010 was like meeting my ideal of what education should be like, and becoming a Mandarin Steiner Teacher is the most beautiful integration of my profession and my approach to life. Thank you all at SAF for coming to share this beauty with me.

Rachel

Rachel

My journey into Steiner education has been a long and winding one which ultimately stems from my belief that in order to achieve a more sustainable way of living we must nurture the relationship our children have with the natural world. Through allowing our children to explore the natural world around them, we foster in them a love and appreciation for everything living, something I believe is an essential element in achieving a more sustainable future.

My love for the Spanish language began after my first backpacking trip to Latin America as a student. From that point on, I fell in love with the Spanish language and all things Latin American. Having the opportunity to learn a foreign language is a great gift to give a child. Through speaking another language we are not only able to communicate with people from other cultures but we are also learning that there are other ways of living and being in the world, different to our own. By appreciating and understanding different cultures and people we foster greater tolerance and adaptability in our children, both important factors in leading towards a more peaceful and humane world.

Faith

Faith

I have been a musician all my life, beginning as a rock/jazz drummer and classical percussionist, and then as a saxophonist and flautist. I have since added harp and ukulele. I came across Steiner philosophy as a young parent and my interest blossomed into a life-long calling. I trained and worked as a kindergarten teacher, in addition to leading children’s choirs and directing children’s theatre. Eventually I was invited to co-found and be the Class Teacher at ‘The School in the Woods’. I completed my Steiner Training in Bristol and Emerson College and was then invited to become full-time Music Teacher at the Bristol Steiner School. I feel very inspired to be part of SAF and am dedicated to helping develop a vibrant music programme throughout the school. Currently, I teach choir to classes 3 and 4, and offers private lessons in harp, flute, ukulele and piano.

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