Behind the Mayfair at London Waldorf School

Behind the Mayfair at London Waldorf School

May Day, also known as International Workers’ Day, is a festival observed in numerous Waldorf Schools across the Northern Hemisphere. Rooted in ancient traditions heralding the onset of summer, this celebration holds deep significance. Referred to as Beltane in...
Building a relationship through rhythm.

Building a relationship through rhythm.

Weekly Rhythms In the first six weeks of school, building a relationship with the children and attending to security will be the most important task. Hand in hand with that will be establishing predictable rhythms that help build a feeling of safety and trust. When we...
Why do we believe rhythm is important?

Why do we believe rhythm is important?

Rhythm is a part of nature and a part of being human. It is found in the beating of our hearts and in the rise and fall of our breath. Each day we experience the rising and setting of the sun and each year we experience the predictable changing of the seasons. Rhythm...
Fall Report to Parents on Pedagogical Work

Fall Report to Parents on Pedagogical Work

This year the faculty embarked on a journey deeper into the questions of the capacities that students need to succeed in the social and the academic realms of schooling. It has been a regular practice at the Thursday faculty meetings to discuss ways to approach...