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Zenzeleni Waldorf School celebrates 21st anniversary in fresh new look

Summer begins in South Africa in December, which means it is time for the long summer holidays at Zenzeleni School in Cape Town. When all students had left school at the beginning of December last year, the classrooms and schoolyard of Zenzeleni Waldorf School remained silent and empty. A number of...

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Project of the Month: Colegio Horacio Gomez

The oldest Waldorf school in Colombia owes its founding to the initiative of the entrepreneur Horacio Gomez, under whose name it is known today. With the help of Juan Berlin, who lived in Mexico at the time, preparatory studies and trainings were conducted. 1977 a kindergarten was opened. Only in...

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Newsletter in English and Spanish available for download now

Twice a year we would like to provide you with insights into the development of Waldorf education worldwide with our free newsletter. We are pleased to announce that the English and Spanish translations of the latest edition are now online. Topics of the fall 2014 newsletter are: WOW-Day student...

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Institution in the spotlight: St. George School in Moscow

In the early 1990's a first curative educational kindergarten emerged in Moscow as a result of the joint efforts of educators and parents who had children with severe disabilities. At that time, all children with disabilities were excluded from the public educational system. As a result, the parents...

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Project of the Month: Raduga Waldorf School, Voronezh

  Survival training in Russia Just before the Rouble lost nearly half of its value, some (over) ambitious parents of the Raduga Waldorf School – an independently run school in Voronezh founded in 1993 - signed a contract with a Russian bank to finally enable school to purchase its own...

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Shfar‘am Waldorf School faces financial challenges

Tamrat el Zeitun Waldorf School, which was founded twelve years ago, is located in the north of Israel in the small town of Shfar’am. It is the only Arabic-speaking school in the country. The majority of the city's less than 50,000 inhabitants are Muslim, living side by side with Christian and Druze...

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Waldorf Resources: New online platform for educators

The online platform waldorf-resources.org is created by the Pedagogical Section at the Goetheanum on behalf of the International Forum of Steiner Waldorf Schools. The aim of the webpage is to support Waldorf teachers and educators worldwide by providing the best possible resources and articles on...

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New film about WOW-Day

<iframe width="510" height="287" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/jJosyLjWqe4?rel=0&amp&cc_lang_pref=en&cc_load_policy=1;showinfo=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>Since 20 years now, Waldorf students worldwide support each other to benefit from high quality education. Waldorf One World (WOW) Day connects schools and people all around the globe and demonstrates that helping each other is fun and makes a difference. Indeed, the ties of the WOW-Day network...

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Current status of our call for donations

Last autumn we issued a call of donations for schools in Eastern Europe and asked for donations for the benefit of those facilities. The response and concern for the situation of the schools, which are encountering almost insoluble problems, fills us with great joy and gratitude. By the end of...

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Protective fencing at Kaunas Waldorf School completed

After a number of Waldorf classes were established in Kaunas during the 90s as part of regular public schools, a group of parents and teachers started to strive for an independent Waldorf School and to look for a suitable location in 2008. For this purpose, the city provided facilities of a former...

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