Waldorf Curriculum

Waldorf Curriculum

Waldorf schools, including Nairobi Waldorf School, are non-sectarian and include students from numerous ethnicities, nationalities, paths of life, and abilities.

Waldorf schools don't subscribe to the beliefs of a particular religion, nor are any particular religious or philosophical teachings taught.


Lower Class

Waldorf schools, including Nairobi Waldorf School, are non-sectarian and include students from numerous ethnicities, nationalities, paths of life, and abilities.

Waldorf schools don't subscribe to the beliefs of a particular religion, nor are any particular religious or philosophical teachings taught.

However, Waldorf education is implicitly infused with spirituality. The fundamental tenet underlying Waldorf schools and community is the recognition of the human spiritual dimension, and an appreciation for the earth and all living things. It is this sensibility that guides our education with spiritual guidance aimed at awakening the child's natural reverence for the wonder and beauty of life.

In our classes we welcome families/parents of any and all religions and cultural heritages, and encourage you to share your personal experiences. A key point to remember for Parents is that Waldorf education is based on the spiritual nature of each child, and that your family's particular beliefs will be respected.


Upper Class

Waldorf schools, including Nairobi Waldorf School, are non-sectarian and include students from numerous ethnicities, nationalities, paths of life, and abilities.

Waldorf schools don't subscribe to the beliefs of a particular religion, nor are any particular religious or philosophical teachings taught.

However, Waldorf education is implicitly infused with spirituality. The fundamental tenet underlying Waldorf schools and community is the recognition of the human spiritual dimension, and an appreciation for the earth and all living things. It is this sensibility that guides our education with spiritual guidance aimed at awakening the child's natural reverence for the wonder and beauty of life.

In our classes we welcome families/parents of any and all religions and cultural heritages, and encourage you to share your personal experiences. A key point to remember for parents is that Waldorf education is based on the spiritual nature of each child, and that your family's particular beliefs will be respected.

Keep in mind that each of us is special because we are different, we have come together because we have our differences to bring to each other, so listen to the other, as the other listens to you, and we will hear ourselves grow into the realisation of expanding mutual respect. - Karl K├Ânig


Karen Campus
  • Miotoni Road
  • +254 722 823 463
  • info@nairobiwaldorfschoolac.ke
Lavington Campus
  • Mageta Road
  • +254 728 617 423
  • lavington@nairobiwaldorfschool.ac.ke
Nairobi Waldorf School
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