Where Are They Now?

We like to follow the success and achievements of our former pupils and are constantly delighted to hear about the incredibly diverse pathways they take, whether academically or vocationally. We take great pride in seeing where the aptitude and capacity gained from the foundation of their Steiner education has taken them. From traditional, professional careers to those in arts or crafts and even…


I was at Canterbury Steiner School from Kindergarten through to Class 11. Choosing to send our three daughters to this schools was a big decision but not a difficult one. My experience, and now theirs, has been an education that is rich, diverse, empowering and happy.


Went on to complete the International Baccalaureate before embarking on six years of medical school in London. Now a junior doctor working in the NHS. Aidan says, ‘The education I received at Canterbury Steiner School has given me not just an incredible depth and breadth of knowledge, but a unique approach to learning which I continue to benefit from. I feel very lucky to have been to a school where so much thought and care were put into my development and am grateful for the firm foundation it has given me for the future.”


Attended Canterbury Steiner School from Kindergarten to Class 11. Currently in her second year at UCA Rochester studying a degree in Design for Theatre, Film and Performance, with aspirations to become a costume/prop designer.


English actor who attended The Canterbury Steiner School from 1990 – 1998. He went on to study at at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London when he was 18. He has starred in numerous films, TV series and productions, including most recently, the BBC period drama The Musketeers.


Head of Communications, Heatherwick Studio (Founder Thomas Heatherwick, designer of the 2012 London Olympic copper spiral, was also a Steiner pupil.)
I value highly the confidence and adaptability I absorbed at Canterbury Steiner School. Now with one hand in facilitating world class design and the other in business planning, those attributes are still serving me well.


Elsa attended Canterbury Steiner School from 1993 – 2002. Since graduating from Oxford University in English Literature, she has trained for and completed a 1,000-mile solo row across the Pacific for charity as well as being an award-winning travel writer for her work on the Wild Guide’ travel series. Elsa is now completing a Phd at Bristol University while teaching and also working in Access and Outreach at Somerville College, Oxford.