In September 1919, the first Waldorf school opened its doors in Stuttgart, Germany.
On the 100th anniversary of the Waldorf movement, there are over 1182 schools in 66 countries and the movement continues to grow.
On this occasion, you are invited
to a conference on the future of school education.
Join policy makers, academics, teachers, parents
and people passionate about education to address:
How can education empower children
to build meaningful relationships with the world?
What does education need to focus on in a society
with instant access to vast amounts of information?
What contribution can Steiner Waldorf pedagogy make
to education policies, curricula design, assessment, and
the implementation of the EU Key Competences?
Consult the programme here.
The event is free for registered participants.
Lunch and snacks will be provided throughout the day.