An opportunity to explore questions relating to diversity, equality, individuality and community.
We have a wonderful line up of keynote speakers and time allocated for discussion of the important themes they will cover each day. We have also included educational seminars and artistic workshops, just as we were able to last year. There will be a sprinkling of songs and music throughout the programme offering you the opportunity to join in and sing if you choose and to learn new songs to take back to your classrooms.
An evening of comedy, music and storytelling
This year we are excited to introduce an evening of comedy, music and storytelling as well as the evening talks that have been a well-established aspect of previous conferences. We are delighted that talented and critically acclaimed comedian Joe Wells will start the evening with his take on neurodiversity. Watch a little snippet of his comedy routine about his non-autistic brother, which has over 1 million views across platforms.
Sources of nourishment and renewal in the Waldorf community.
"Each Steiner Waldorf school is like a unique house in a village of many dwellings that may differ in size and design, yet also have much in common. At the centre is the village well: a place for gathering life - sustaining liquid but also for meeting and exchanging news and ideas, for embracing our diversity, for finding friendship, for planning and discussing common projects.
In these times of change, let us discover the qualities that nourish and inspire us: what - and who - do we find when we visit the well?
Join us in celebrating community in diversity, and in discovering what may sustain us for years to come!" Sven Saar, UK Steiner Waldorf National Teachers’ Conference Steering Group.
We have a limited number of tickets available at a discounted rate. Please contact us directly, indicating how much you would be able to contribute; firstname.lastname@example.org
SWSF Members: Member schools and kindergartens please get in touch for a booking form which allows group access for your staff: