Our first review of Raising Happy Healthy Children has just come in. This review is from EYE Magazine, and was written by Neil Henty.
Once upon a time there was a land in which banks looked after people’s money; patient needs led doctors’ practice; teaching meant to instill a joy of learning and discovery; mothers were able to be at home with their children when needed; children played freely outdoors, and there was time ….
All the reviews of Mask are coming in at the same time! Today, we have this beauty from the SWSF Newsletter, written by Kevin Avison. Many thanks to him.
“Masks have accompanied human cultures since the beginnings of time.”
This thoughtful, constructively critical review of No Shore Too Far appeared in New View issue 84, Summer 2017, and was written by David Donaldson. We love how deeply he’s thought about it, and how clearly he’s expressed his thoughts.
There are a number of classic performance books that offer performers and other interested students of life a map for performative activity as an inner pathway
New research confirms that there are wide differences in children’s physical readiness for learning and suggests that more detailed attention should be given to the physical foundations for learning in the pre-school and school years.
This review was published in the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain’s newsletter, Summer 2017, volume 94.