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    INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE® DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

    The school has obtained the IBDP certificate and the authorization to teach IB from the 2020/21 school year by the International Baccalaureate Organization® to guarantee students a complete cycle of studies.
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    EVENTS AND FESTIVALS

    GREAT SUCCESS OF THE THROUGH OUR EYES PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION

    10 November 2020
    From 24 November to 1 December: photo shows THROUGH OUR EYES Opening November 24, 2019 at 3:00 pm Skype call with Nicolò Govoni at 16:00 TIMETABLES From 25/11 to 27/11 8: 30-16: 00 The 28/11 8: 30-20: 00 Closed on 29/11 From 30/11 to 1/12 10: 00-17: 00 For information: 0041919662962 WE ARE WAITING FOR YOU! [/ themeone_custom_font] The boys of the 11th grade of the Rudolf Steiner school in Origlio with their teacher Juan Sabatino inaugurated yesterday, November 24, the exhibition “Through Our Eyes” photographs taken by young refugees on the island of Samos – Greece. The exhibition is set up in the physics classroom in our school and was set up by our students. We had the great pleasure of inaugurating the exhibition with the precious interventions of Nicolò Govoni , founder of the ONLUS [1] Still I Rise and with Nicoletta Novara creator of the exhibition and teacher of photography. In the room we had the pleasure of hosting Stefano Ferrari , director of numerous documentaries, many of which are dedicated to the theme of migration, and today he is an active collaborator of CSR (Stories broadcast) and independent. He won the Prix Europa with the recent documentary “But when does mommy arrive?” produced by “Storie”, dedicated to a Syrian child who for years has been waiting for his mother stuck in Iraq. With our school he has already collaborated in the past with high school kids allowing them to turn their gaze on apparently distant worlds. Morena Ferrari Gamba , MFG member of the Human Rights Foundation, the Foundation, among other things, organizes the Film Festival for Human Rights to which school children are invited every year. Marco Mari Grego professor of history and literature at the Steiner school in Origlio and the journalist and writer of fairy tales Francesco Muratori, not being able to come, made us tell through his writing about his experience on the island of Samos this summer. The afternoon was moderated by Paola Nurnberg, a journalist for CSR, who works in the editorial office of the news as an editor, correspondent and presenter. She has worked as an economic editor in New York, in the editorial board of Tg4, as the author of the Top Secret program, in the editorial office of Euronews in Lyon, for the Corriere della Sera and in other important online newspapers. We will conclude the inauguration with excerpts from the documentaries directed by Stefano Ferrari. There is the possibility to buy Nicolò Govoni’s books, this sale will contribute to the construction of the school in Turkey and the good functioning of the “Mazi” school in Samos and the DVD by Stefano Ferrari “Under the same sky”. The exhibition will remain open to the public and to the classes of middle schools, high schools, professional schools, etc .: Monday 25 November from 8.30 to 16.00 Tuesday 26 November from 8.30 to 16.00 Wednesday 27 November from 8.30 to 16.00 Thursday 28 November from 8.30 to 20.00 Friday

    SOUNDS IN THE DARK • date to be defined after the COVID-19 emergency

    10 November 2020
    SOUNDS IN THE DARK SATURDAY 16 MAY DURING THE SPRING FESTIVAL TIMETABLES 10:00 and 17:00 show for families (children from the first grade) and for everyone. 20:00 show for adults Duration of the show: about 1 hour. A unique sensory experience, in total darkness. In a completely dark environment, specially cared for and prepared, it is possible to hear above all sounds, noises, perfumes, voices and music with great emotional transport. The duo tuned all instruments to 432 Hertz. 432 Hz music has a remarkably relaxing and healing effect: it opens the heart. The concert takes place in an absolutely 100% darkened environment But how do visitors find their place in the dark? Trust blindly and be inspired. When the concert begins, listeners can recognize some instruments, while others will only discover them over time. The absolute tranquility of the audience derives from the great concentration put into listening. Other than the sounds, there are no distractions. The alleged distance from the musicians changes constantly, depending on the type of music and the use of the instruments. Towards the end of the concert the musicians light some candles. The musicians, instruments and parts of the audience become visible. The little light leaves the room still in the dark anyway. [/ themeone_section]

    The Maggiolata

    10 November 2020
    May is back… As per the tradition of our Ticino area, in the first days of the month the nursery garden is filled with celebration. On the day of the “Maggiolata”, parents, children and teachers welcome May with songs, dances and games, ending the morning with a rich snack offered by all parents. It has always been a time of great celebration, joy and sharing; these photos are proof of this and even if this year the situation will not allow us to celebrate together, we are sure that each of us in our hearts, will be able to enjoy every rebirth to feel part of the whole community. “Il bel maggio è tornato con i fiori e il bel sol il bel maggio è tornato con i fiori e il bel sol tra la la la la la la tra la la la la tra la la la la la la la tra la la la la la la tra la la la la tra la la la la la la la. …e lo cantan tutti i bimbi lo cantiamo tutti insiem e lo cantan tutti i bimbi lo cantiamo tutti insiem tra la la la la la la tra la la la la tra la la la la la la la tra la la la la la la tra la la la la tra la la la la la la la.  

    2019 Christmas Bazaar

    30 November 2019
    November 30 and December 1, 2019 CHRISTMAS BAZAR 10.00 to 17.00 The Christmas and Spring Bazaars are organized each year by the Initiatives Group. For two weekends a year the School turns into a flea market of high quality products offered and produced by parents, as well as food stalls, musical events, puppet shows and more. To contact the initiatives Group write to: [email protected] WE WAIT FOR YOU NUMBER! [/ themeone_custom_font] [/ Themeone_one_half] [/ Themeone_one_half]

    Waldorf 100 in the world

    14 October 2019
    WHAT IS WALDORF 100? CELEBRATIONS WORLDWIDE DURING 2019 HERE ARE SOME LINKS: WALDORF PARENTS VIDEO WALDORF 100 (CHANNEL WITH MANY MOVIES) API AND TREES CHILDREN’S OLYMPIC GAMES

    Già cantai allegramente 2019

    14 October 2019
    The initiative Already sang cheerfully, which brings together the VII classes from all over Italy, welcomed our students this year in a formidable musical meeting. Music as a social art par excellence in all Waldorf schools. Here is a small excerpt.

    Pas de Deux at Origlio

    14 October 2019
    Friday 17 May at 7.30pm Souvenirs Mamz’elle Lily invites you to relive some special moments of her life, her encounters and her great loves … She will take you with the help of her faithful Alphonse to the many talents, in a world where memories are shaped like balls of jonglage, of a distant melody, of a magic rope or a somersault … A show to have fun and wonder! From 5 years. Saturday May 18 at 7.30pm The violin of fortune Interpreting different characters, the two actors, equipped with simple accessories and a variable scenography, tell a story browsing between joys and pains, money and greed, trust and love. “Il violino della fortuna” is a poetic and artistic story that mixes the living forms of theater; words, song, music, acrobatics and dance. A moving story, deep and fun! From 6 years. Sunday 19th May at 11:00 A fairy tale from the magic box The storyteller and his magic box know the formula for reviving old tales of the Grimm brothers. Through acrobatics, songs and a good dose of humor, they transport us to a story full of wisdom. A show for young and old. From 6 years. Tuesday and Sunday 19 May Assembly and disassembly of the traveling theater Have you always wanted to see how a marquee is assembled and to get to know the artists better? We are happy with every person who helps us to set up and dismantle the theater. It’s a very interesting and fun experience! The assembly will be on Tuesday 14.05. from 8:00 am, dismantling on Sunday 19.05. from 12:30. We are happy if you announce yourself earlier, also to be able to plan a nice common meal. We don’t just want to work!

    The 2019 fire festival

    14 October 2019
    Saint John, June 14 Start the Summer, says Rudolf Steiner: “The lush growth arouses the impression that, thanks to the action of the Sun, the cosmos calls the Earth to open up to the universe: and all this culminates around the day of St. John. It is in fact from that day that begins a regression of vegetative luxuriance … “ [/Themeone_one_half] And I would add, the Estate goes on in the direction that a great Latin poet says: “Already the star that marks the serious season from the celestial circle returns and the smoky air for the heat. Acute among the leaves of the trees the sweet cicada under the wings his song vibrates when, the sun at its peak crumbles the earth. Only the thistle is in bloom: females have avid senses males little vigor now that Sirius the head dries up and the knees … “ (Quinto Orazio Fiacco) [/Themeone_one_half] roprio while Nature has two faces, one of complete opening (of opening to something we could define cosmic), the other of blunting of human thought, we celebrate Saint John. The Saint whose feast is celebrated is St. John the Baptist. He who in the Gospel came before Jesus as the one who baptizes and who then recognized Christ as greater than himself. Everywhere on this day it is green and flowery. Even in inconspicuous places, between stone slabs and cracks in the walls sprout herbs and small flowers. The red rose, which blooms on St. John’s Day, is a symbol of this feast day, which, within the year, is in precise opposition to December 24th. In fact, June 24th is celebrated San Giovanni: in that period there are the longest days and the shortest nights. Men desire, at our latitudes and even further south, to spend more time outside, to experience the heat and the light of the Sun .They enjoy clear and long evenings. You see the fireflies (or, pollution permitting, they should see each other). On this day there is an ancient tradition linked both to the desire to stay outside, chat, sing and joke, and to more ancient traditions: the fire of St. John. This was a custom known in all European countries. It is connected to all sorts of popular beliefs: it was thought, for example, that fire purified evil spirits, if the fire had made a nice smoke. In the end we jumped beyond the fire to overcome misfortune and illness. The creation of the pyre is something that creates and strengthens the community. It is no coincidence that in the old parish registers there was talk of “fires” in every parish. By fire, houses and families gathered around the fire. As it was no coincidence that in the Greek cities burned the fire of the city and that anyone who wanted to go and found other cities, a colony, would bring part of that fire with him. As we see the fire, the hearth, has a lot to do with the
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