Children learn naturally through their curiosity about the world
The Steiner/Waldorf pedagogy is developed from the anthroposophy and the school system offers classes from kindergarten to high school. The goal is to raise strong independent individuals. The pedagogy doesn’t only focus on providing the students with knowledge, but also to support the students as individuals through their life development. Steiner states that children learn naturally through their curiosity about the world.
The school’s task is therefore rather to guide the children to knowledge instead of forcing knowledge on them.
The Steiner/Waldorf learning strategy is based on the human and the subjects are divided into three groups that stimulates different parts of the individual: intellect, emotion and will. In the morning the students have theoretical subjects - works with the intellect, the brain, because then the brain is most awake. In the midday it’s time for artistic subjects - works with emotion, the soul, for an example eurythmy. In the afternoon it’s time for practical subjects - working with the will, the body, for an example in sports. Play and creativity is also an important part of the Steiner/Waldorf pedagogy and are present in all grades.
Read more about how Steiner/Waldoft Schools all over the world use art, music and games as a teaching method on Steiner/Waldorfs own website.
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School fees: 2000KES per term
Juliet Mia +254 72 188 7277
P.O. Box 3893, 30200 Kitale, KENYA
Physical address: Maili Saba, Sirende
Contact person: Anja Varis