The healthy social life is found, when, In the mirror of each human soul. The whole community finds its reflection and when in the community, the virtue of each one is living.
– Rudolf Steiner
This site is open in June 2019 and is still under development.
We wish to give a broad outline to show that we are a not for profit community committed to all the usual Waldorf and Steiner school endeavours. It is enshrined in our constitution that we will employ trained and experienced Waldorf teachers and aids and use the Steiner Education Australia curriculum Framework which meets all the National Education standards.
Please consider registering your child for the Early-bird Enrolment $50. This fee is refundable should your child not attend the new school initiative. Apart from getting first consideration for your child we seek an early indication as to the likely numbers of pupils.
Sophia Waldorf School
aims to develop the whole child, their head, heart and hands, by providing meaningful and creative learning experiences. Developing trusting relationships, built on respect and a deep understanding of every child. And by providing a community of loving support for each family, working together to nurture every child through their school years.
To provide a living, integrated education inspired by Dr Rudolf Steiner’s Anthroposophy. The focus is on the development of the whole human being, nurturing the growth of warm-hearted, creative, resilient and courageous individuals who are able to achieve the best of their individual ability and meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world through love in action.
Our highest endeavour must be to develop free human beings who are able of themselves to impart purpose and direction to their lives. The need for imagination, a sense of truth and a feeling of responsibility – these three forces are the very nerve of education.
– Rudolf Steiner
Sophia Waldorf School is an Incorporated Association.
We are a community owned not for profit organization.
We are in compliance with the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 and the Associations Incorporation Regulation 1999. Once we find a premises the next step is registration with the
Non-State Schools Accreditation Board.