Please vote for Camphill School at Tesco between 31st October and 13th November to help us win £12,000 for our new greenhouse!
Nature Nurture is looking for volunteers for our holiday projects running 10, 11, and 12 October and 17, 18 and 19 October. This would be an ideal experience for student teachers, Forest School trainees or those working in schools/nurseries. PVG is e
NEOS will be at Camphill Estate from 10-18th September with Marga Schnell having her studio open from 12noon to 5pm every day except Tuesday. You will be invited to try your hand at printing and painting a flower on the cat!
The student council had its last meeting of the school year in Newton Dee cafe with coffee, cakes and a review of the year's work. The students have achieved a lot and met most of their objectives. Congratulations to them!
We celebrated the end of the school year at our School Festival, where both co-workers and children/young people performed ....
Congratulations to the youngsters of Class 12 who graduated at a wonderful celebration with family, former co-workers and friends in Camphill.
We celebrated St John's Day on 24th June - a midsummer festival with a play, St John's fire and school picnic, and a good time was had by all!
Social Pedagogy Development Network seminar to be held at Camphill School Aberdeen and RGU.
CSA has raised over £1000 from events such as the Open Day, Advent Sale and Bake Off, and has made donations to Children in Need, the Scottish Refugee Council and the Child Refugee Crisis Appeal through Save the Children.
On Thursday 5th May our estates largely emptied as we climbed local hills on Ascension Day, some going to Clachnaben and others to Tap o'Noth.
As part of our May Day celebrations, we enjoyed Maypole dancing in the sunshine and a community lunch.
Half-day workshop, 9 am to 1 pm, at Camphill Estate, organised by SCILL.
Hop, skip and jump all the way from Camphill to Murtle Estate along the old railway line for Sport Relief!
Congratulations to the Student Council on their excellent presentation to the Aberdeen City Voluntary Sector Providers' forum meeting.
What a beautiful Palm Sunday, first with a puppet show, then a walk around the estate followed by brunch ....
40 co-workers from across the Camphill Communities in Scotland gathered in the Camphill Hall, Camphill School Aberdeen to deepen their understanding of the history and ethos of Camphill as well as meet each other and forge new friendships.
Two of our Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award winners were at the Aberdeen Town House in February to meet the Lord Provost and received the 'Royal Seal of Approval' along with 100 other people involved in the scheme.
The Student Council availed itself of an invitation to attend the Aberdeen Youth Council Visit to the Town House, and had the pleasure of meeting the Chair of the Youth Council, a councillor and the Lord Provost of Aberdeen.
The Education Scotland Inspection reports from its visit to Camphill School Aberdeen and Amber/Mica Kindergartens in December have been released.
Photos of the Candlemas celebrations at the school.
Tony Crabbe has laid down his role as Chair of the Board after 10 years. He will remain a Trustee. Norma Hart has agreed to take on the role of Chair of the Board.
After serving for 41 years on the Camphill School Aberdeen Board of Trustees, many of them as Chair, George Morgan retired at the AGM last week. Our heartfelt thanks go to him and we send him our best wishes for his retirement.
This weekend we celebrated the entry into Advent.
Camphill School and Care Home Services receives positive Care Inspection report
Camphill School held a fund-raising 'Camphill Has Talent' show and cafe
Camphill celebrates its 75th Anniversary at a special reception at the Scottish Parliament
Our annual Open Day will take place on Saturday 26th September, 2-5pm at Camphill Estate, Milltimber.
Amazing collection of woven tapestries created by Camphill Communities throughout the world as part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations.
New Student Council formed
During Activities' Week many are camping out in the Highlands.
On 1st June 1940 the international Camphill Movement started at Camphill House.
Class 12's production of The Juggler's Tale by Michael Ende was a wonderful, mesmerising 90-minute performance .... congratulations to all who were involved.
Egg and spoon races, sack races, three-legged races and tug of war, along with the water slide, made for a very enjoyable sports day.
To celebrate Whitsun, everyone met to share poems, songs and dance from around the world, followed by an international buffet.
Rohan Stevenson-Robb, a student at Cairnlee, has created a book called 'The Lazy Monster', the proceeds of which will go to Camphill and Down's Syndrome Scotland.
50 cyclists from BP raised money for Nature Nurture by successfully undertaking a three-day west to east coast of Scotland cycle challenge.
Eight young people successfully completed their three-day Silver Duke of Edinburgh award expedition.
The Cairnlee Woodworkers presented a bench they had made in memory of Stuart McNaughton.
The Spring Fayre on Saturday 9th May at the Murtle campus was a huge success with more than 300 people enjoying the activities on offer.
A Spring Fayre will be held on Murtle Estate, Bieldside, on Saturday 9th May, 2-5pm.
Pictures from the day of the eclipse at Camphill School Aberdeen.
Camphill School Aberdeen has received a glowing report from the expert review panel who were re-assessing the school for the internationally recognised Autism Accreditation.
The latest edition of Camphill School Aberdeen's 'Network' newsletter has just been published and is available for download
Camphill School Aberdeen will be holding an Open Day on Saturday, September 20 from 2pm to 5pm at the school’s Camphill campus on Milltimber Brae in the Milltimber area of Aberdeen.
Nature Nurture, the programme that helps children from disadvantaged backgrounds has been shortlisted for a national award. Voting is now open.
The BA Social Pedagogy celebrated 17 years of partnership working between the University of Aberdeen and Camphill School Aberdeen.
A senior pupil of Camphill School Aberdeen was one of the baton carriers for the Royal Baton relay leading up to the Commonwealth Games later this month.
The Class 12 Graduation took place at Camphill School Aberdeen on Saturday, June 28.
Centrica's Aberdeen finance team spent a team-building day volunteering at Camphill School Aberdeen.
A dolphin created by Craig, a co-worker at the Cairnlee campus of Camphll School Aberdeen, is one of 50 colourful dolphins that will be dotted around Aberdeen between now and the end of August.
The Young People of St Andrew’s Project, Camphill School, have organised an exhibition of their amazing artwork.
In between the showers children, young people and co-workers alike enjoyed the tradition of May Pole dancing.
Alan Baird, Chief Social Work Advisor to the Scottish Government visited Camphill School Aberdeen this week and gave us this message:
A special experience when motor bikers on behalf of the UCAN charity drove through Camphill Estate delivering Easter Eggs.
More than 80 parents, carers and teachers attended the annual SCILL workshop held in Camphill School Aberdeen.
Meeting with the Pupil Council is part of the consultation and engagement in lead up to a new Local Development Plan for the City of Aberdeen.
Eight pupils from Camphill School Aberdeen have been presented with their Duke of Edinburgh Silver Awards.
We are holding our annual Open Day on Saturday, September 21, from 2pm to 5pm at our Camphill campus on Milltimber Brae in the Milltimber area of Aberdeen.
10 pupils from Class 10 received their ‘Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award’ at the school festival on Friday 30 March.
On Friday 15 June Mark McGeachie from the Robertson Trust visited the Therapy Centre.
On Monday 28 May we hosted a visit from one of our local MSPs .
On 13 June Tilmann Reinardy and Steven Watt were interviewed by Radio Scotland’s Out or Doors programme.
We enjoyed our annual Open Day during the September holiday weekend with many visitors coming to view the School.
By using the textile and shoe recycling scheme, 'Rag Bag', our last collection (250 kg) generated a further £125 which will go towards the new workshop building in Hermanus Camphill School in South Africa.
Birgit Hansen has been in Russia observing some ‘special needs’ teaching. She was observing former students who she taught previously in relation to how to adapt the Waldorf Curriculum for children and young people with additional support needs, in t
The above event took place at the Citadel in Aberdeen on Wednesday 13 June from 12-2pm.
In the end we were a larger number than expected who braved the inclement weather to march along Union Street.