What is Waldorf?

Waldorf pedagogy places special emphasis on the accompaniment of the different evolutionary stages of the child by the teacher, and tries to provide the child with what he/she needs according to his/her evolutionary moment, and not according to what the social system demands of him/her; education is approached as a development towards individual freedom.

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Why Waldorf?

  • Because they treat each child respectfully, individually and kindly.
  • Because it allows children to be children without overwhelming them with knowledge or demanding cognitive skills before their time.
  • Because they place value on simple, non-toxic toys and materials.
  • Because beauty, order, simplicity, harmony, rhythm and peace are part of everyday life.
  • Because it recognizes children's ability to imitate as a way to conquer the world and make it their own.
  • Because everyday life is nourished by arts, crafts, music and theater.
Mission, Vision, Values

Bilingual and Multicultural Environment
We start from the basis that the vehicular languages of our school are English and Spanish

In the Infant stage, the teaching of these two languages is carried out respecting the individual development of each child, approaching them in a natural way, through rhythm, play and repetition.

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Infant stage

In our School we have a garden immersed in nature. We have two Early Childhood Education classrooms with mixed age groups between three and six years old.

In each class and corner of the School, an environment of care and involvement is created for the child. Providing warmth and a very familiar environment, promoting a healthy place where boys and girls can develop all their cognitive, physical and emotional abilities, surrounded by handmade and natural materials with which they get to experience, discover and observe the world around them.

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Primary stage

In elementary classes, the classroom teacher brings lessons to life through realistic descriptions and engaging activities that increase students’ curiosity and engage them both intellectually and emotionally In two-hour core classes over three to four weeks, children create their own subject books that reflect the diversity and breadth of the curriculum through summaries, scientific observations, illustrations, paintings, hand-drawn maps, line drawings and shapes. Math and language arts practice are woven into core lessons that focus on everything from botany to local geography.

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