Cardiff Steiner School

Cardiff Steiner School
Hawthorn Road West
Llandaff North
CF14 2FL
029 2056 7986
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Cardiff Steiner School, Cardiff is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 16.

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£3,990 - £5,128 pa

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Cardiff Steiner School is a non-selective, independent school and welcomes children of all abilities, faiths and backgrounds. We offer an inspiring and nurturing education based on the needs of the whole child – academic, physical, emotional and spiritual. Our distinctive, international curriculum integrates arts and academics into a rich, balanced education that ignites a lifelong passion for learnin

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