School needs sport

By Ludwig Digomann, July 2013

School – a place of physical inactivity, brain work, intellectualism and source of postural problems – needs physical education. Ludwig Digomann, upper school teacher at the Kräherwald Free Waldorf School, explains the specific nature of physical education in Waldorf schools. [more]

Why play-gym?

By Angelika Enss, July 2013

The most important principle in the work of teachers in our time is that everything they offer the child in terms of movement should be clothed in a living image and integrated into a rhythm. Movement tasks starting out from a circle and returning to a circle strengthen the “we feeling” which children need to develop security in life and courage. [more]