“Every child has hidden potential. When teachers stay with their students longer, they can see beyond the surface and recognize the brilliance beneath.”
Beginning this September, Rudolf Steiner School is launching its very first outdoor Forest Kindergarten Program for children 4-6 years of age in Central Park. an immersive experience in nature that prepares children for academic learning.
Indivi Sutton was born in New York. She attended Rudolf Steiner School and experienced an education based on imagination and creativity through storytelling: “As much as I moved from Steiner School the teachings and energy has always stayed close to my heart.
What is your experience of learning about Black history in the United States? To what extent have you learned about the achievements of Black people in this country and the struggles they have faced…
It has been almost a month since we returned to school. Looking back at those early September days, we recall saying goodbye to our most dear summer memories while reflecting upon the new daily rhythm.
The beginning of the school year is always full of expectation and new challenges.
Students at Rudolf Steiner School are familiar with drawing as an art form in many of their classes, from careful, descriptive work in their main lesson books, to form drawing and perspective drawing…