Lancaster Steiner School
|Motto||Education is a journey, not a race|
|Type||Independent primary school|
|Teacher Co-ordinator||Mrs Louise Duirwyn|
Lancaster Steiner School is an independent coeducational school in Lancaster, England, with classes for nursery, kindergarten and grades 1-5. The curriculum is based on the principles of Waldorf education established by Rudolf Steiner. In a 2010 report from Ofsted, the teaching at Lancaster Steiner School was described by inspectors as "frequently outstanding".
Lancaster Steiner School is a member of the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship and follows the Waldorf school curriculum. The school is applying to become a state-funded Steiner Primary School in 2014. The school had earlier applied for free school status in 2010.
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