SCHOLARSHIPS

OUR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

At Helena River Steiner School we strongly believe that our whole school community benefits from broad and diverse experiences. Our unique, fee-free Scholarship Program offers families the opportunity to engage in a holistic educational environment that encourages moral growth, social consciousness and citizenship.

Term 1, 2023 Scholarships | Primary and High School

Scholarships available include:

Visual Art | Class 4 - 10 (Download Application)
Aspiring Musician | Class 4 - 10 (Download Application)
Community Service | Class 4 - 10 (Download Application)
Living Values | Class 1 - 10 (Download Application)
COVID Recovery | Class 1 - 10 (Download Application)
Creative Leadership | Class 5 - 10 (Download Application)
Creative Writer | Class 4 - 10 (Download Application)
Environmental Service | Class 7 - 10 (Download Application)
Imaginative Kids | Kindy - Class 2 (Download Application)
Music | Class 2 - 10 (Download Application)
Uniquely You | Class 7 - 10 (Download Application)

Applications will be assessed by a Scholarship Selection Panel consisting of staff, Board members and parents.

 

Indigenous Scholarships

Launched in 2019, the Indigenous Scholarship program offers a fee-free Steiner education to local Aboriginal families. It was driven by the belief that the whole school community would benefit from an enhanced experience with Aboriginal culture. To date, through this program, 22 Aboriginal children have joined our School and are enjoying the benefits of small class sizes delivered in a nurturing and creative environment.

Helena River Steiner School is a new and growing school located in the heart of Midland, Western Australia. Our unique philosophy of education (Steiner Education) is an education model which embraces the future, serving the developmental needs of the whole child [head, heart and hands] through a focus on nature, music, art, the spirit world, and a strong emphasis on teaching through story telling.

We are currently seeking applications from families, and also connections with members of the Noongar community who would be interested in sharing a relationship to help shape our new School into a community with a strong and living respect for Aboriginal culture.

We believe in the compatibility of Steiner education for Aboriginal people and culture, and that our curriculum and philosophies will empower Aboriginal children and improve their future outcomes.

We believe our lives and school community will be enriched through a partnership with Indigenous people, culture and knowledge and we believe Aboriginal children’s lives will be enriched by their experience of Steiner education.

We acknowledge the cycle of disadvantage that the original people of Australia have experienced since colonisation.

We acknowledge that we meet and work on Whadjuk Nyoongar boodja and wish for our School to be representative of the community in which we work and live.

To enquire about or apply for a full scholarship, Kindergarten to Class 6, in our new and growing school, with small class sizes and a nurturing and creative environment, please contact us:

E: enrolments@hrss.wa.edu.au
Address: 39 Spring Park Road Midland, WA, 6056
T: 08 9374 0230

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