"It is important that we discover an educational method where people learn to learn, and go on learning from life throughout their whole lives"
A Steiner Waldorf education is a unique experience that will enable your child to be practically and emotionally confident as well as academically successful – to engage fully with the world and to see challenges as opportunities.
At Cambridge Steiner school children acquire knowledge in all the areas of conventional education (maths, science, literacy, and other subjects on the National Curriculum). But they also gain something extra: a depth of learning, a pleasure in learning and an enhanced capacity for curiosity, compassion and creativity.
Filmaker Paul Zehrer has produced an excellent video for the Marin Waldorf School on media and how it touches children's and families' lives: http://www.waldorftoday.com/2012/07/media-and-waldorf- education/
The Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship recently commissioned ITN to make a short film to look at some of the key features of a Steiner School, see the film below:
Where education is a journey
…and not a race
Come to an open morning and find out how we make this a reality for children aged 1 to 12.
Open Mornings are on the first Friday of every month. Our next open morning is 9:00am - 11:30am on Friday 4th July, this includes a tour of some of the classrooms.
Please phone 01223 882727 or email . firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place
Dates for open mornings throughout the year are on our school calendar.
The very small print: what is Cambridge Steiner School like? In a few words, what we aim to be is: child focused, fun, educational, enriching, nurturing. Kindergartens, parent and child, early years education, nursery, toddlers, primary school. The more children learn and know, the more they find out that there is yet to learn and to know. Every child is different, and learns in their own way. Cambridge Steiner School is situated on the Cambridge side of Fulbourn, Cambrigdeshire, East Anglia, England, UK. The nearest airport is London Stansted, which is about 30 minutes away by car. People come to the school from: Norwich, Market Harborough, Leicester, Diss, Newmarket, Ely, Huntingdon, Peterborough, Bedford, St. Neots, Bury St. Edmunds, Thetford, Ipswich, Bishop’s Stortford, Stansted, Stevenage, Saffron Walden, and the many villages surrounding Cambridge (Histon, Cottenham, Coton, Fulborn, Milton, Oakington, Girton, Grantchester, Impington, Teversham, Waterbeach, Bar Hill, Comberton, Willingham, Bourn, Great Shelford, Babraham, Whittlesford, Bottisham, Swaffham Bulbeck, Swaffham Prior, Balsham, Godmanchester, St Ives, Madingley, Caxton, Etlisley, Great Gransden, Little Gransden, Meldreth, Melbourn, Duxford, Wickham, Thurlow, Teversham, Wilbraham, Landbeach, Hardwick, Caldecote, Barton and Abington).