Waldorf Education

Every child comes into the universe with certain characteristics as potential within them. The purpose of Waldorf education is to awaken these capacities through a rich learning environment.

Emotional, Social, and
Spiritual Well-Being

In Waldorf Education, it is understood that a healthy individual is someone who is in harmony with their environment, able to express themselves creatively, and has a strong sense of purpose and meaning in life.

To help students develop the Archetype of Health, Waldorf education prioritize activities that promote physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Head, Heart
& Hands

Waldorf Education is based on the concept of educating the "whole child" - head, heart, and hands. This approach aims to cultivate the child's intellectual, emotional, and practical skills, so that they can grow up to become well-rounded individuals. This comprehensive, three-dimensional focus helps to develop the mastery of skills and the essential capacities that children need for their future.

Age Appropriateness 

In Waldorf Education, the curriculum is designed to correspond to the three phases of childhood development: early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence. The curriculum is developmentally appropriate and takes into account changes in the child’s consciousness, providing a holistic education that prepares them for success in all areas of life.