Hawkwood was established as an independent centre for learning in 1948 and today the registered charity offers an extensive array of courses. Both residential and non residential, ranging from one day to a weekend or week, the leading edge courses offer a unique mix of new, creative and exciting content often not otherwise available. Founded on Rudolf Steiner’s anthrosophical values, Hawkwood endeavours to uphold his beliefs which have had such a profound and positive influence on education, the arts and agriculture. The course programme has broadened and diversified over the years to realign the original design of Rudolf Steiner with the changes of our ever evolving world, but the original Steiner impulse is always at the heart of this organisation.
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This workshop will be active & interactive, creatively exploring: Who are the women that have inspired us? In what way? How do we inspire future ...Read More +
An Olivier Mythodrama event Shakespeare’s play As You Like It presents a world on the threshold of dramatic change. The themes encountered...Read More +
Rethinking time - the latest self-organising “time Management” system for work, home, community & planet Clock Time is central to...Read More +
Alan Bec, M.Ed.,(Psych. Ed). PGCE (PECT), FRSA, works worldwide as a time perspective consultant, international speaker, facilitator and...Read More +
A Worldwork training with Ana Rhodes The ability to embrace diversity and facilitate conflict to build sustainable relationships is at the heart of...Read More +
"Hawkwood has all the ingredients we look for when running events and meetings –their ethical approach, from the fantastic food they serve to the way they manage their land, works perfectly for us. It’s a relaxed environment which is conducive to creative thinking and open dialogue, and the staff are so helpful."Helen Browning, CEO at Soil Association