‘Spirited Childhood’ is a modular programme with two foundation workshops, that will be followed by a series that explores specific interest topics. (further details to come).
As a Taruna College programme, Spirited Childhood offers quality, contemporary approaches to adult learning that are engaging, reflective and inspiring.
Taruna strives to ensure that the programmes delivered are beneficial to each and every student. Support is available to all students via the Course Coordinator whilst on-site and in between seminars to ensure that assignments are achievable. Please contact the office on email@example.com if you need additional support whilst studying from home.
Crystal Bridge was founded in 1991 as an initiative to help students at Taruna College with their course fees, at a time when there was no possibility of government-sponsored student loans. The fund is open to all New Zealanders wishing to undertake study, locally or internationally, based on the work of Rudolf Steiner. Loans are interest-free and tailored to the individual borrower, but are usually repaid over 1-2 years. There is also a fund or gift money, the prerequisite for such a gift being that it benefits a group of people. Donations to the fund are gratefully received.
The Crystal Bridge loan fund makes interest free loans available to students enrolled in Signature Courses at Taruna.
The Harry and Rose Goldman Trust is a registered charity established to provide financial assistance for Australian students who wish to pursue a course of study at tertiary level, or for professional development.
Specifically, the Trust aims to support individuals to participate in anthroposophical studies and courses in the arts: such as painting, eurythmy, speech and drama, biodynamics, medical studies, or other courses will be considered.