Waldorf worldwide, Body, Soul & Mind

Waldorf alumni. A form of school with developmental tasks

October 2021

The Corona crisis shows how important social contacts and community are – especially for adolescents. In the past months, they have clearly experienced the limits of digital learning in remote lessons and learned that an educational institution is more than just a place where knowledge is imparted and where pupils are prepared for entry into the world of work. But what exactly is school supposed to do? In the study We went to a Waldorf school (published by Beltz Juventa), former Waldorf pupils provided information about their time at school and its influence on their later life. In the following interview, co-editor Professor Dirk Randoll talks about surprising results, confirmed prejudices and the challenges for Waldorf schools in the future. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Body, Soul & Mind

The first independent Waldorf school in Bucharest

By Liliana-Emilia Dumitriu, October 2021

In Romania it is not easy to found a non-state, independent school and to develop it in the spirit of Waldorf education. In 2012, the first private Waldorf school was founded in Romania: the Free Waldorf Lower School – Şcoala Primară Liberă Waldorf – an event that first showed itself as a tender shoot, because getting a real Waldorf school off the ground is a project for life. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

The school in Sofia

By Vessela Elenkova, September 2021

In 2007, the first Waldorf kindergarten was founded in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. That’s where we met: parents who were motivated to meet the real developmental needs of our children as best we could. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Generations

Small but epoch-making

By Luise Alf, August 2021

The Lækjarbotna Waldorf School in Iceland says goodbye to the stroke of the timetable. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Sources of health

Emergency education deployment in the Caribbean

By Thomas Wildgruber, May 2021

The people on the island of Providencia were warned. They were told to stay indoors. Two weeks earlier, hurricane Eta had already swept across the Caribbean. But what happened on the night of 15 to 16 November went beyond anything the islanders had experienced. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Sources of health

Together for the environment. Potsdam and Zanzibar prepare for the hot season

By Catharina Engelke, Maria-Sibylla Hesse, May 2021

Brandenburg sand here, tropical downpours there: in the new hot season, we have to learn to deal with climatic changes in Germany as in Zanzibar. The social impacts must also be considered, up to and including health protection and food security. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

Woodie’s creations

By Elrisha Ochurus, Magareth Nuru-Khom, Emanuela Kaxuxuena, John Nanghonda, April 2021

The Learners Company of the Windhoek Waldorf School in Namibia. [more]

Birth and Spirit, Waldorf worldwide

A hospital turned Waldorf school. The Markgräflerland project in Portugal

By Pedro Miguel et al., March 2021

It was a very special step for our “Olive Tree School” in Figueira on the Algarve: after careful consideration and planning, we decided to expand our school from classes 1 to 6 to classes 1 to 8. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Interculturality

A Waldorf school for all. The Community School for Creative Education in Oakland / USA

By Monique Brinson, Ida Oberman, December 2020

Few subjects have put their imprint on our time like the growth of diversity: local, regional, national and global. In the United States alone, more than half of all newborns are people of colour. By 2030 the majority of young employees will be non-white and in 2044 the majority of the population will consist of non-whites. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

50 years of the Hague Circle

By Nana Göbel, September 2020

The international Waldorf movement [more]

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