Rudolf Steiner School Kings Langley is closing: What will happen to the school’s grounds?

Rudolf Steiner grounds
Rudolf Steiner grounds

It is believed that the current school site will not see new homes built on it - but the school did not confirm whether there is a covenant placed on the grounds.

In an email to parents the school has raised several possibilities, including “an early years Waldorf centre, possible home schooling, or a new school”.

However, when asked by the Gazette the school neither confirmed nor denied whether a covenant or other legal restriction was in place.

A spokesman said: “The educational buildings and land should be preserved for future Steiner Waldorf educational initiatives, including, but not limited to, a possible early years Waldorf centre, possible home schooling centre or a new school.

“Alternative, Anthroposophical-inspired uses of the site should be explored.”

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Rudolf Steiner School is closing: The full story

The timeline of how events unfolded

The background to RSSKL’s closure

A mother of an RSSKL student tells us of how she feels “betrayed”

A former student speaks highly of his time at the school

What is Herts County Council doing?

What will happen to the current RSSKL students?

What will happen to the current RSSKL grounds and properties?

What did the school have to say?

Why weren’t the school’s issues discovered earlier?