New schools, special events or emergencies: Here you will find the latest news from Waldorf Schools, Waldorf Kindergartens and curative education institutions all over the world.
The latest version of the List of all Waldorf Schools was published in May 2020. In the Waldorf World List you will find the addresses of all Waldorf Schools, Waldorf Kindergartens, Waldorf Associations and Waldorf Teacher Trainings worldwide. It is updated at least once a year and published as a PDF on our website.Learn more
Nanyuki is a small town at the foot of Mount Kenya, established by the British in the early 20th century. They came because of the altitude - the city lies almost 2,000 m above sea level – and because of the very pleasant and attractive climate. Today, as then, many members of the military, then the British, now the Kenyan military, live there. For just over a year now some mothers and the Waldorf Kindergarten teacher Silviah Njagi have been setting up a Waldorf Kindergarten. The foundation of a new Waldorf School is to follow this year. It would be the fourth Waldorf School in Kenya.Learn more
We already reported in the last newsletter tha,t like all schools in India, the small Waldorf School in Darbari/Rajasthan had to close and the foreign volunteers and the mentor Jaques Monteaux had to leave with a heavy heart. Before that, the school community, together with the English Waldorf teacher Alison Schwartz, succeeded in setting up a small library for the children of the school. Alison Schwartz travels to Darbari every year to support the English lessons at the school. The library is something very special for the children who usually do not find books at home. Alison Schwartz explains how the project came about in the school's latest newsletter.Learn more
Since schools in Kenya were forced to close due to the lockdown, teachers have been communicating with the children and with each other via WhatsApp. Since hardly anyone owns a computer, but many do have a smartphone, using this mobile phone app for sending pictures and texts and for video chat was the easiest solution. Not all families have a smartphone themselves, but at least most of them have the opportunity to use one regularly through friends and acquaintances. An important part of the Rudolf Steiner School Mbagathi is a small school farm. Thanks to the farm the school can cover a large part of the daily need for meals. During the time of school closure, the teachers and gardeners continue to look after the large school garden. But of course the students do not only spend their gardening lessons here, as a beautiful video shows. Thanks to the farm, the children, many of whom do not get enough food at home, receive healthy meals during school hours. If you wish to support this...Learn more
WOW-Day: Here's where your help goes - Guatemala: classromm supplies and nutritional snack’s program
„Your WOW-Day donation will be used to supplement the rigorous nutrition program for the students”Learn more