Noosa Pengari Steiner School woodwork class


Steiner Education has been recognised and respected as a highly effective form of education for 100 years and at present, there are around 3,000 Steiner schools, kindergartens, universities and institutes of higher learning established world-wide. Steiner education has taken a foothold in countries as diverse as Russia, Romania, Hungary, Israel, Egypt, India, Brazil, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines – a total of some 80 countries around the world.

In Australia alone, there are over 40 schools and Kindergartens with NPSS being one of 14 schools offering a comprehensive Kinder to Class 12 education. Studies conducted around the world confirm Steiner-school graduates to be highly adaptable, confident and productive members of society.

Noosa Pengari Steiner School high school music class

High school

13 – 18 years

Offering a comprehensive classical curriculum, we aim to develop well rounded human beings with a thorough understanding of the world. This includes offering significant depth and breadth to the programme that will challenge students in their areas of strength and encourage them to extend themselves into curriculum areas that may also present difficulties for them.

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Noosa Pengari Steiner School movement class

Primary school

5 – 13 years

The Primary School firstly respects the essential nature of childhood and the child's imagination. Our curriculum, the ACARA approved Australian Steiner Curriculum Framework (ASCF), balances the academic achievements, artistic experience and practical skills. 

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Noosa Pengari Steiner School preschool


4 – 5 years

Young children learn through imitation, and, with this in mind, the preschool creates a warm and loving homelike environment with rhythmic repetition where children feel secure. Each child can grow, develop, play and socialise through movement and a variety of sense experiences.

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Noosa Pengari Steiner School playgroup


2 – 4 years

The playgroup is a weekly gathering for parents with young children, based on the perspective of child development given to us by Rudolf Steiner. Our playgroup aims to create an environment which is appropriate for, nourishes, and protects the sensitivity of the young child.

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