SEA provides the following services to members:

  • Links to information
  • Executive and Annual Newsletters
  • Ongoing advice and support
  • Representation to local, State and Commonwealth government and professional bodies
  • Facilitation of cultural exchange between member schools
  • Access to and support to implement the Australian Steiner Curriculum Framework
  • Attendance and representation at national Delegates’ meetings
  • Access to SEA Members’ Area on password protected website
  • Listed as a member on the Association website and able to access Association promotional material
  • Permission to advertise membership and use SEA logo
  • Permission to purchase SEA Styleguide
  • Distribution to membership of school’s reports on activities, progress, items of interest etc via website and written reports
  • Facilitation of the provision of consultancy services across a range of educational, financial and management issues (See Professional Partners)
  • Promotion of Steiner education to the wider community – parents, educational bodies, government and the media
  • Professional learning opportunities for teachers – e.g. conferences, visiting speakers, provision of educational resources
  • Current information on Government policy, legislative changes and issues affecting the education sector
  • Representation to the international Steiner community
  • Steiner curriculum research and development
  • Promotional material
  • Access to any discounts or funding opportunities negotiated on behalf of member schools