This is a video clip from a series we have recently produced of our upper school pupils. If you have a son or daughter who is unhappy at school or struggling with the mainstream academic environment, have a look at some of our videos of upper school pupils speaking about this school, show them to your son/daughter and come and have a look at the school. This video is where three pupils in our oldest class (the pupils in the video are age 16/17) talk about what it is like in the school and their class, and how it might be for new pupils.

Norwich Steiner School is one of three Steiner Schools in the country to be offering a new Level 3 school leaving qualification. The Steiner School Certificate (SSC), developed in New Zealand and based entirely on the Steiner-Waldorf curriculum is a three-year course of study. The SSC takes a multi-disciplinary approach with similarities in this respect to the International Baccalaureate.

To provide an insight into Norwich Steiner School & how the older pupils are experiencing this new qualification, the school is producing a series of authentic videos for release on the web. To start the series, three 16-year old pupils are interviewed about their school experience and the resultant video has been divided into a number of bite-sized clips to help guide the viewer select areas of his or her own interest without the need to sit and watch a long video.