• A visiting teacher would say of Steiner school:
    'Aren't these the schools where children do what they like?'
    The answer is:
    'No, they're the schools where children like what they do.'
  • “Our highest endeavor must be to develop free human beings who are able of themselves to impart purpose and direction to their lives. The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility—these three forces are the very nerve of education.”
    – Marie Steiner
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Does it work? Former scholars from around the world

Kenneth Chenault
Chairman and CEO of American Express

“I think the end result of Waldorf education is to raise our consciousness. There is a heightened consciousness of what our senses bring us from the world around us, about our feelings, about the way we relate to other people. It taught me how to think for myself, to be responsible for my decisions. Second, it made me a good listener, sensitive to the needs of others. And third, it helped establish meaningful beliefs.”**

Jennifer Aniston

“I was always fascinated by acting, but my experience at Rudolf Steiner [school] encouraged me to pursue it as a career. Steiner was a free-spirited school that encouraged creativity and individualism.”**

Jens Stoltenberg
Former Prime Minister of Norway

“When approached by the news media and asked the question, ‘What did Waldorf education do for you?’ I replied, ‘It encouraged me to always strive to become a better human being.”**

CEOs, diplomats, marathon runners, international photographers and scientists. What do they all have in common? They all received a Waldorf education. So no matter what your child hopes to become: An economist, a poet or even an opera singer. We can help them achieve that dream. All students who attend Waldorf school are special and unique. Some have risen in their life’s work to become public leaders, celebrities and innovators.

Many have achieved this status in an extraordinary variety of occupations – musicians, actors, politicians, sports professionals, Olympic contenders, farmers, engineers and authors.

In an ever-demanding world, we are steadfast in our commitment to giving children a foundation from which they do not merely survive, but excel. While others experiment and conclude what we already know, Waldorf endures as one of the richest education methods in the world.**


School’s curriculum based on almost 100 years of successful practice worldwide which complies with the UK national curriculum requirements. However, the Rudolf Steiner School does not follow the year-on year-out requirements using its own teaching methods. The curriculum is as broad as time will allow, and balances academics subjects with artistic and practical activities.


The stated goals of the schooling: "to produce individuals who are able, in and of themselves, to impart meaning to their lives". The aim of Waldorf schooling is to educate the whole child, "head, heart and hands". Waldorf teachers are dedicated to creating a genuine love of learning within each child. By freely using arts and activities in the service of teaching academics, an internal motivation to learn is developed in the students, doing away with the need for competitive testing and grading.


Most of the 1,200 Steiner Schools in 60 different countries welcome international students to attend their school for a period of time to improve their knowledge, language skills and to experience life in another culture.
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