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I can't get the images out of my head

By Jette Lorenz, August 2022

In March, our class visited the Holocaust memorial in Bergen-Belsen together with class 10 of our school. The trip was part of the curriculum for class 10, who were studying the Nazi period and the Holocaust in their history main lesson. Because we had not been able to go three years ago, or in the following years, my class made up for it with this trip. [more]

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The ukulele. From the presentation of the year project

By Paul Bátkai, September 2021

Hello, I am Paul Bátkai and I would like to welcome you to my year project. The topic I am presenting to you is the ukulele. First we will talk about the history of the instrument and then come to the second point, the construction of a ukulele, which is what I am most looking forward to. My presentation in the theoretical part includes not only the history of the instrument, but also my history and experiences with the ukulele. [more]

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You are never too small to make a difference

By Emilia Mattukat, May 2019

“You are never too small to make a difference,” said the 15-year-old Swede Greta Thunberg in her speech “Climate justice now” at the climate conference in Poland. She was making the point that none of us are too small to change something. [more]

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We are not robots

By Emily Rose, December 2018

What makes autistic people different and why a little understanding could help a lot. [more]

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Revolution on the Mediterranean

By Lina Petry, September 2018

My voluntary service with Culture Minister Françoise Nyssen in Arles. [more]

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“I never fell in love with a chimpanzee”

July 2018

Anna Luna Scheibe in conversation with the primatologist Jane Goodall. [more]

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The dark corner

By Clara Deifel, October 2016

I know they haven’t done me any harm. I know it’s not their fault. I know they’re not any different to us. I know that people who think like that are racists. And yet my heart always beats a little bit faster as I hurry past giving the “dark corner” a wide berth. [more]

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What connects us? Waldorf pupils from all over the world meet at the Goetheanum

By Sophie Marie Teske, September 2015

From 12 to 16 April the international Waldorf students’ conference at the Goetheanum asked: “What connects us?” [more]

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Come to help

By Sebastian Puschner, April 2015

Mpho Sengane grew up in a South African children’s home and kept running away to beg on the streets. Today he works as a volunteer in a Waldorf day care centre in Karlsruhe. [more]

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Change your ways! An appeal to the Waldorf school

By Friederike Faber, February 2015

“This is necessary to prepare you for later life!” – how often have I heard this argument at the end of every discussion. How often have I allowed myself to be persuaded by this standard response from almost every teacher. [more]

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