We offer an environment of warm, uncluttered colors. The premises are well cared for and filled with beauty, natural objects that invite imagination and interaction through play. Children can relax in such an atmosphere, opening themselves to learning and wonder. Like a cocoon, our environment provides the structure and gently lays the foundations for healthy growth and development. The layout of the space, the toys made from natural materials, the artistic and domestic activities, and the large space dedicated to free play all encourage active learning and are at the heart of our program. The organization of the space and the play materials are chosen to encourage imagination, exploration and the acquisition of autonomy, so as to reduce adult intervention. This allows children to give free rein to their initiative, responding to their need to act and shape their environment. Through this freedom, children can experience how the desire to do transforms into the satisfaction of knowing how to do things, which in turn builds self-confidence.

By nurturing each child's body, heart and soul, we help foster self-esteem, well-being, curiosity, willpower and interest in school and learning in general.

Orientations and guiding principles of the Kindergarten educational program

Here are the main principles on which our approach is based.

1. Recognize that each child is unique

Each child develops at their own pace. Our educational approach fosters the awakening of their full potential.

2. Educate the whole child

The development of the young child is a global integrated process that takes place simultaneously in four areas:

physical and motor, cognitive, language and social.

3. Respect childhood

Awaken the child’s various faculties at the right time, neither too early nor too late.

4. The importance of rhythm and healthy lifestyle habits

Learning to situate oneself in space and time

through activities that are repeated and in tune with the rhythm of the seasons.

5. Living a harmonious relationship with others and the world.

Interventions that promote autonomy,

active learning and self-confidence, as well as the child’s ability to establish harmonious relationships with peers.


100 years after the founding of the first Waldorf school, there are now almost 1,000 Waldorf schools, 2,000 Waldorf daycares, numerous teacher training institutions and hundreds of centers offering remedial education to thousands of children in over 60 countries. Waldorf education is the world’s fastest-growing progressive educational alternative. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declares that “the ideals and ethical principles of the Waldorf movement… correspond to those of UNESCO”.