Why Waldorf?


The benefits of Waldorf pedagogy are indeed numerous, because it is an approach that is close to life and that is oriented on the child’s needs.

What children get:

  • Children develop an inner desire for learning and knowledge
  • Children are happy and go to school with joy
  • Learn with deep understanding
  • Creativity develops in all aspects of life
  • Proficiency in work is developed
  • Resourcefulness and adaptability are developed
  • Numerous skills (so-called "soft-skills") are developed, such as presentation skills, communication skills, etc.
  • Organizational skills and teamwork are developed
  • A higher level of self-confidence is achieved in children
  • An individual approach allows the discovery of personal talents
  • Artistic talents and abilities are developed in all children
  • Better coordination of the left and right hemispheres of the brain is achieved, and therefore better personal balance in life
  • There is an advantage in foreign languages, because children learn two foreign languages from the first grade in an interactive, practical way
  • Healthy living habits are developed including connection with nature
  • A positive approach to life is developed
  • Healthy and complete nutrition, important for healthy development

These are just some of the advantages and benefits, but it can be summarized that the school material is mastered in a simpler, more natural way and with much less pain and stress, and children at school feel happier, healthier and more respected.

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