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This is the official page of the Calgary Waldorf School. It's open to all friends, former students, parents and staff. CWS wants to stay in touch! Write on our wall...what are you up to... Or send an update to email@example.com. Founded in 1985, the Calgary Waldorf School is affiliated with the largest independent school movement in the world. Our school offers a holistic and unique Parent-and-Tot program, Preschool and Kindergarten, and Grades One through Nine.
The Calgary Waldorf School is part of a rapidly growing international community of more than 900 Waldorf schools that embrace a common philosophy, inspired approach and classical curriculum. The Waldorf approach: -nurtures the imagination while educating the mind -develops flexible intellects capable of problem-solving in diverse activities -enhances children's artistic as well as cognitive talents -honours the unique temperaments of each child -provides a loving atmosphere that embraces the spiritual core of all life and activity The Calgary Waldorf School provides an extraordinary learning environment, integrating the arts and academics to foster imagination and independent thinking in all students.
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Waldorf® education addresses the learning needs of the whole child, developing: clarity in thought, balance in feeling and conscience and initiative in action.
To meet these needs, the Calgary Waldorf School’s rich and challenging curriculum carefully balances academic, artistic and practical activities to stimulate intelligence and encourage creativity.
Our nurturing social environment helps children develop exceptional interpersonal skills, self-confidence and self-reliance, fostering their own personal integrity and sense of social and environmental responsibility.
The Calgary Waldorf School is an independent private school founded in 1985.
Have a look around our website to explore the unique world of Waldorf Education and discover the advantages it can bring for the growth and development of your child.
Waldorf® is a registered service mark of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) and is used by agreement of membership in AWSNA.
Founded in 1985, the Calgary Waldorf School is an Accredited, Full Member School of AWSNA (Association of Waldorf Schools of North America)
and a Full Member School of WECAN (Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America)
“Becoming…” is the third in a series of short films directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Paul Zehrer which provide an insight into Waldorf Education in the most diverse cultural, social, religious and economic conditions around the globe.
The theme of this new film is “Encounter, Engagement, Inclusion” and it features schools from around the globe.
The particular emphasis of the film is on schools that are working in very important ways to advance the social mission of Waldorf education, such as the Community School for Creative Education in Oakland, schools in Jaffe Israel that serve both Arab and Israeli students, and the Parzival-Zentrum school in Germany which serves a high population of refugee students.
Calgary born, internationally renowned architect, Douglas Cardinal was influenced by the founder of Waldorf Education.
Educating Children For The Journey: Jack Petrash at TEDx Rock Creek Park
The New York Times sparked national media coverage with its front page story on why Silicon Valley parents are turning to Waldorf education .
Preparing for Life takes viewers inside the Waldorf School of the Peninsula where the focus is on developing the capacities for creativity, resilience, innovative thinking, and social and emotional intelligence over rote learning.
Entrepreneurs, Stanford researchers, investment bankers, and parents who run some of the largest hi-tech companies in the world, weigh-in on what children need to navigate the challenges of the 21st Century in order to find success, purpose, and joy in their lives.