Thursdays 10.30am – 12 midday 78 Cherry Tree Rd. A STUDY GROUP ON ANTHROPOSOPHY. Please contact Jacqui Swann for further details. Tel 0114 2745659
Thursdays 7.30-9pm Cherry Tree Rd SPIRITUAL EXPLORATIONS - fortnightly and monthly options Monthly, recommencing Jan 25th 2018. On the 4th Thursday.MINDFUL (OR HEIGHTENED) CONVERSATION. Exploring a question together with the intention of reaching a deeper understanding than one can gain in the conventional format of an intellectual discussion. The subject which can range from the topical to the more universal, is chosen by the group beforehand. The one for the 25th is 'What is love?'
Fortnightly recommencing Jan 18th. On the 1st and 3rdThursday SENSING THE SPIRIT IN NATURE, AND IN OURSELVES. Talks, conversations and meditative exercises using the senses With Robert Chamberlain.
Monthly, recommencing the 11th Jan. On the 2nd Thursday FREEDOM, EQUALITY AND CO-OPERATION. Ways of reconciling these social ideals with the help of Steiner's radical and practical insights into the nature of society. Facilitated by Dave Alderson, who has drawn from this approach in his social developmental work with different organisations, including the voluntary sector. Leading up the event on April 27th and 28th April 2018.
ASPECTS OF STEINER EDUCATION A series of talks and workshops organised in association with Ruskin Mill Trust NB. The evening events start at 7pm and the day ones end at 4pm Fri 2nd Feb 7-9pm and Sat 3rd 10am-4pm Brantwood School, 1, Kenwood Bank Rd, S7 1NU CHILDREN’S DRAWINGS AS A MIRROR OF THE CHILD’S DEVELOPING CONSCIOUSNESS. An evening talk and day of lecture demonstrations with practical ar
Friday 20th April 7-9pm and Sat 21st 10am - 4pm Arnold Freeman Hall and Merlin Theatre,2, Meadow Bank Rd, Sheffield S11 9AH WORKING WITH THE TEMPERAMENTS IN COMPLEX NEEDS YOUNG ADULTS . An educating and exciting evening lecture and day of demonstrations and participatory exercises given by Mike Chase. He is a Psychodrama Psychotherapist who has perfected the art of mask making and has taught people of all ways of life nationally and internationally. This day is part of the Ruskin Mill Teacher Development Programme. Friday 18th May 7.30 - 9.30pmand Saturday 19th 10am - 5pm Brantwood School, 1, Kenwood Bank Rd, S7 1NUTHE STEINER SCHOOL MOVEMENT IN THE UK AND THE UPPER SCHOOL CURRICULUM An evening lecture and day of lectures and practical artistic exercises given by Kevin Avison, putting Steiner education into the context of current research and educational debate. Being an experienced Upper School teacher, Kevin now provides advice and quality assurance to Steiner Schools nationally as part of the advisory service of the Steiner Schools Fellowship. This day is part of the Ruskin Mill Teacher Development Programme. It is necessary to book these events. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 3rd March 10am-5pm Freeman College THE ROMANTIC SPIRIT. Exploring the spiritual relevance today of some English and German Romantic poets (translated), including Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Shelley, Goethe, Schiller, the Schlegels, and Novalis. No previous knowledge required. Talks, recitations and discussions with Christopher Hudson. Christopher has been a teacher in Waldorf schools and in special educational settings for many years and gives numerous talks throughout Britain on literature and spirituality. He has two MAs, one in history, the other in English literature.
Friday 9th March 7.30pm Cherry Tree Rd CREATING A HEALTHY FOOD CULTURE in the spirit of co-operation A talk followed by questions and discussion. Given by Martin Bradshaw, who is a biodynamic market gardener in Moss Valley.
Friday 27th and Saturday 28th April Freeman College WHAT KIND OF SOCIETY DO WE WANT AND HOW DO WE GET THERE? A radical re-envisioning of society with practical solutions. Talks, questions and discussions and small group conversations. With seven experienced practitioners. Friday 27th 7.30-9.30pmANY QUESTIONS on current affairs Saturday 28th 10am-5pmSHORT TALKS AND DISCUSSIONS. Contributors are: Natalie Bennett, Green Party candidate and its former leader;Terry Boardman, lecturer and writer on current and world affairs; John Carlisle, former visiting professor of Hallam Business School and world expert on forging co-operative enterprises; Aonghus Gordon, educationalist and entrepreneur, founder of the Ruskin Mill Waldorf-Steiner inspired specialist schools and colleges; Frances Hutchinson, social worker, activist and proponent of Social Credit. Her latest book is "The Economics of Love: a Herstory"; Martin Large, pioneer of community land trusts for houses and farms. Author of 'Common Wealth for a more equal, mutual, free and sustainable society' Dave Alderson, local organisation consultant in the public, private and charity sectors. Admission free. Donation towards expenses welcome