About Rudolf Steiner
“Our highest endeavour must be to develop free individuals who are able out of their own initiative to impart purpose and direction to their lives”.
Rudolf Steiner (25 Feb 1861-30 March 1925) was an Austrian philosopher and social reformer who founded the first free Waldorf School in Stuttgart, Germany in 1919. He designed a curriculum to meet the developmental stages of childhood and to encourage the imagination and creative thinking.
Steiner schooling strives to support the development of well-rounded human beings who are able to feel deeply and broadly, to think penetratingly and clearly, and to act rightly out of conscious free choice.