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Annual Giving 2023

Invest in the ϲͼ Staff Innovation Fund, and gift your child the best education possible

ϲͼ’s staff are the absolute beating heart of our school. They inspire and guide our children, each day, giving so much of themselves, often above and beyond their duties, to ensure our children receive the education they deserve. They are indeed our most precious resource, and one worth investing in to ensure our children and our school continues to grow and thrive well into the future.

The ϲͼ Staff Innovation Fund has been created with one goal in mind - to support our staff in the pursuit of innovative projects and ideas that will inspire them and our school community to remain at the forefront of what is possible, now and into the future. Unlike mandatory training and professional development designed to support and enhance the delivery of our unique educational offering, the ϲͼ Staff Innovation Fund will enable staff to, for example;

  • pursue professional learning and/or research opportunities in education-related areas of passion
  • attend experiential style study tours
  • develop outstanding ideas from concept through to implementation

We are grateful for any End of Financial Year (EOFY) donations you can make towards the Staff Innovation Fund, or optionally, our Scholarship program or Building Fund.

Please note that Staff Innovation Fund and Bursary donations are not tax deductible, however donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible for Scholarships and Building Fund donations.

Click to make your donation online by 30th June 2023

To donate by credit card over the phone, or to EFT/bank transfer, or donate by cheque, please contact Amanda Ford via email foundation@glenaeon.nsw.edu.au.

Thank you for supporting ϲͼ’s Annual Giving campaign. Your generosity will make a lasting impact on our school and the future of our children.

The ϲͼ Foundation

The ϲͼ Foundation was established in 2012 to assist the School in further developing its educational facilities and ensure we provide an outstanding Rudolf Steiner Education to all of our students.

While tuition fees and Government grants support the school’s daily operations, the longer term needs of the school require a significant fundraising program. Your charitable tax deductible gifts enable the school to thrive and ensure the long term future of the school.

ϲͼ continues to grow as an established school with a reputation for providing students with a broad and balanced education that is the foundation for a successful and fulfilling life.

We would like to thank those who have contributed to our fundraising to-date. Our work has only just begun. Every act of generosity helps us to continue to provide our children with an environment in which they can flourish.

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2022 Annual Giving Campaign


The ϲͼ Foundation was established in 2012 with the objective of generating funds through giving programs to support significant School projects. Since 2012 ϲͼ has completed many projects and we thank the capital raising activities of the Foundation which has contributed funds to a number of the following important school projects:

  • Completion of the Class 3-6 playground upgrade on the Middle Cove campus by award-winning landscape architect Fiona Robbe
  • Installation of over 300 solar panels on the roofs of the Sylvia Brose Hall and the D&T Building, lowering power consumption on campus.
  • Refurbished the Sylvia Brose Hall
  • Cafe deck
  • Commenced plans for the Outdoor Learning Centre
  • Built the ϲͼ ϲͼ Kitchen and Café–providing healthy nutritious food for our students and hosting Food Technology Classes and the official naming of the Gentle Café
  • Installation of air-conditioning in the Eurythmy Classrooms
  • The Sylvia Brose All-Rounder Scholarship
  • Roof installation over the Design and Technology outdoor area extending the teaching area
  • Class room upgrades throughout the Castlecrag and Middle Cove campuses
  • Electrical Audit of the Middle Cove Campus in preparation for the re-development of the Sylvia Brose Hall.