The School Band

The School Band

Where else but at Green School would the administration staff have formed their own Balinese Jegog Troupe? The traditional bamboo music ensemble has become a regular feature at the school’s...
The King and Us

The King and Us

Solutions For Ayung Water Shed Leads to a meeting with The King of Sibang Discussions in the Grade 9 Jalan Jalan class began with issues of the river pollution and culminated in looking at ways in which we might improve the situation. We focused on the question of how...
New Kul Kul Farm

New Kul Kul Farm

This summer The Kul Kul Farm is offering a Living Soils Workshop facilitated by Paul Taylor from Trust Nature Australia mins away from our main Green School campus. During this 5 day intensive you will learn how to take an integrated approach...
GS Students Won the Bali Traditional Archery Competition

GS Students Won the Bali Traditional Archery Competition

Green School is so proud to announce a great achievement of our “Mepanah Bali” Archery students. On 23rd of March, Milan Reznichek (Grade 7) and Gede Witsen (Grade 8) won the Bali Traditional Archery Competition hosted by the government of Denpasar. Milan...
Kul Kul Connection: Meet The Students

Kul Kul Connection: Meet The Students

By Helena Brecht 15.15pm may be last bell of the day  for Green School students but 15.15pm is long before Green School closes its doors for the night. Every afternoon, once the international students have left their classrooms, Balinese children come to Green...
A pig’s life in Bali

A pig’s life in Bali

By Helena Brecht “Where does the meat we eat come from?” is a question that is being asked more and more frequently by consumers all around the world. However, a second question of the same importance still remains largely unspoken of. “How is the meat we eat killed?”...