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BMHEN Event

June 28, 2012

Passing this along for BMHEN (Blue Mountains Home Education Network).

                                                             “Food for the Soul” from  BMHEN

inspiring & informative events for parents

An Afternoon with Alan Whitehead:

Using Steiner to Create an Individual Home Ed Program

 

Please join us for the first in this exciting New Series!

Tuesday September 18, 2012 at 1pm.

Mid Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, Lawson.

Alan Whitehead has enjoyed a career in Steiner Education for over four decades.

In 1967 he was privileged to become a founding teacher at Australia’s first Steiner High School at Glenaeon. He was also a principal founder of Australia’s second Steiner School, Lorien Novalis.

Alan lives in Blackheath and works, with his wife Susan, as an author, social commentator and consultant on Rudolf Steiner Education.

Discussion & Afternoon Tea – $20

Priority Bookings close August 1st

Contact: info@bmhen.org

Our venue providers request that children be supervised at all times to ensure their safety. Due to this being a parent’s event, we have arranged for supervision for a limited number of children up to 10 yrs of age with care provided courtesy of “Time Out” – Teen Homeschoolers child-minding service on site. Requests for a place must be made on booking.

A Selection of Alan’s books will also be available for purchase on the day.

Titles include: * A Steiner Homeschool? An Overview for Those Planning a Natural Learning Program for their Child/ren &  *Creative Homeschooling: A Third Millennium Educational Impulse

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