Mumbulla School for Rudolf Steiner Education is an independent, co-educational, non-sectarian school providing education from Kindergarten through Grade 6. The school is a fully accredited and registered educational institution with both the Federal and NSW State Governments and we are proud to be a member of the Rudolf Steiner Schools of Australia, an Association (SEA Inc).
Mumbulla School is located within the township of Bega, nestled beneath Mumbulla Mountain within the picturesque Bega Valley. It draws students from the Bega Valley which includes towns and villages such as Brogo, Bermagui, Cobargo, Tanja, Tathra, Bega, Candelo, Wyndham, Pambula, Merimbula and Eden.
Mumbulla School is based on the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, which acknowledges the spiritual nature of human beings. The School community, through the encouragement and co-operation of individuals, sets out to create a harmonious school environment which fosters the balanced development of children, preparing them to act in freedom, with intelligence, creativity and purpose in a changing world.
(The Mission Statement of Mumbulla School as enunciated in its Strategic Plan of 1996)
What parents and carers can expect from Mumbulla School and what Mumbulla School expects from parents and carers. Click on the following link to read this document - Enrolment Contract 2012
Current News, Festivals & Events
World-wide Wayfarers visit our school from Taiwan, china and japan
Two busloads of Asian music enthusiasts visited our school recently. Over three days they joined in musical workshops and performed two exciting productions. The students, from three Steiner schools in Asia, were keen to share their music and get to mix with their Bega counterparts, taking in some of our scenic delights as well. A public performance of Endangered! took place on Tuesday the 4th of August at 6.00 pm in the Mumbulla School Hall. What an unforgettable and amazing production - thankyou to all involved!
Official opening of our school's entrance and access path
Federal Member for Eden Monaro Peter Hendy and Bega Valley Shire Deputy Mayor Liz Seckold attended the official opening of the school's entrance and access path on Tuesday the 23rd of July 2015.