Receive the children in reverence, educate them in love, and send them forth in freedom.
– Rudolf Steiner
In the Classroom
We are proud of our students and what they are achieving in the classroom. To learn more about our Waldorf classrooms visit our most recent happenings below.
Bringing Waldorf Home
Community and family are important to us. In an effort to provide our community with Waldorf resources for the home we created this space.
Raising children is a creative endeavor, an art rather than a science.
– Bruno Bettelheim
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.
– Helen Keller
Working Towards a Better World
The mission of Waldorf Education involves the betterment of society as a whole. We believe we have a social and moral responsibility to strive to make this world a better place. Join us by visiting our resources below.
Erin Byrne, Forest Kindergarten Teacher
What draws you to the Waldorf approach to education? And in particular, to leading the…
Waldorf Education in the 21st Century
Creating resonant spaces for learning, with Jan Goeschel Waldorf education was born in the beginning…
Star Money Day
Here in Kimberton, we are constantly looking for ways to re-enliven our festival life to…
Our garden through the summer
Our two-acre school garden is a very busy place over the summer! Scroll through to…
Education of the Will
Written by Ona Wetherall, Early Childhood Section Leader One of the common threads in Waldorf…
Building Foundations in Early Childhood
by Ona Wetherall Our youngest students’ curriculum is designed to support children’s instincts to be…
Music at Kimberton Waldorf School
by Esther Walsh In many ways, music weaves through the daily lives of each and…
Handwork at Kimberton Waldorf School
by Annaleena Hoffmann Handwork lessons are one of Kimberton Waldorf School’s distinctive curriculum features. The creative…
Nurturing the Young Child’s Creative Forces
by: Molly Brett In Waldorf Early Childhood education, we work to foster and strengthen the…