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We need your support in order to grow! we invites you to support the work of transforming education for the future generations. we carry our vision as a cultural initiative and a gift to all humanity. It is our ideal that education be available to all who seek it, regardless of economic status.


The Key to a child’s success : Parent involvement

The education of our child cannot be left solely to others. Parents are the first teachers and most significant adults in children’s lives. Our actions form the attitudes and outlook toward learning that our children will carry throughout their lives.

Hand in hand – volunteering

We run and operate with generous contributions of volunteer hours and talent of their member families. By all means we encourage parents to bring forth ideas and suggestions, especially if you possess a specific talent or skill that you would like to share with us and provide an invaluable service to our society.


“The right kind of education consists in understanding the child as he is without imposing upon him an ideal of what we think he should be. To enclose him in the framework of an ideal is to encourage him to conform, which breeds fear and produces in him a constant conflict between what he is and what he should be; and all inward conflicts have their outward manifestations in society. Ideals are an actual hindrance to our understanding of the child and to the child’s understanding of himself.” -Krishnamurti

Recommended Reading

Below are some Books and articles that we have found to be interesting and thought provoking.

“Beyond the Rainbow Bridge” by Barbara Patterson and Pamela Bradley

Find out more about how your child grows and learns about the world, what are the 12 senses and how you can nourish them, creating balance in your family life and how Waldorf educates supports the whole child.

“You Are Your Child’s First Teacher” by Rahima Baldwin Dancy

Out of her research and her experience as a Waldorf early childhood teacher, she answers the question:

“What can parents do with, and for their children from birth to age six that will enhance their development without having negative effects at a later age?”

“How Children Play” by Ingeborg Haller

Imaginative play is a vital element in the growth of the preschool child. A child’s freedom to play lies at the root of a happy and well-balanced attitude to work and responsibilities in later life.

LINKS - The following are a number of articles and links that you might be interested in

Why Waldorf?" - a new film about Waldorf education and Marin

A silicon valley school that doesn’t compute

Effort to restore children’s play gains momentum


Our school policies are important to ensure peaceful coexistence, teaching and activities on a daily basis and contribute to the healthy and harmonious development of the children, providing them guidance and positive discipline.

The safety and security of children in our care is a top priority. Children are well supervised both inside and outside the class by their lead Teacher or Assistant Teacher. Staff are deployed according to a duty rotation during play periods.

Your child's teacher shares with you a deep concern for the physical and inner health of your child. We therefore strongly encourage a good night's sleep and nutritious breakfast before each day. we also take pains to make sure that the food provided is nutritious, balanced, and of the highest quality. we take pride in knowing that parents often highly praise this.

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