Angela began her career in special education. She then worked as a class teacher for 22 years at the Bristol Steiner school. Her work in adult education started at Emerson College, where she co created and taught the part time courses. As well as being co director of the present part time WESTT course, she is also an advisor for the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship and conducts appraisals and assessments in Steiner schools.
An early graduate of the WESTT course, Jeremy has been a class teacher at both Raphael and Norwich Steiner schools. As well as being a class teacher, he has trained in special educational needs and worked as a school SenCo for a number of years. He has also been a specialist subject teacher in French, maths and music. Jeremy joined the WESTT team in 2015.
At the heart of A steiner community
Being located near Stroud, with its thriving Steiner community, WESTT is able to draw on a deep well of experience. As well as our full-time course tutors, we have regular part-time contributors who teach music, speech, movement/games and eurythmy.
We also invite the leading lights in their field to teach modules on early-years, additional learning needs, outdoor classroom, the senses, teacher resilience, clay modelling and more.
drawing on experience
The course itself is held in one of the UK’s most established Steiner schools, Wynstones, and we are within driving distance of a number of others, including the academies in Hereford, Exeter, Bristol and Frome. This allows us to call on a number of experienced teachers, who are able to share valuable insights into their teaching practice.