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Letter from Iman Erskine

“Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Eighteen years has flown by so quickly and with gratitude and love

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Letter from learner

I have been a Waldorf Student for 15 years. It feels like not so long ago that I was playing with wooden blocks, drawing with wax crayons and creating the most interesting birthday cards I

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Importance of play

When I was training to become a Kindergarten teacher at the Centre for Creative Education, I did a workshop on play, presented by O.Fred Donaldson, Ph.D. As an educational consultant, he showed play as a

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Letter from Class three teacher

As a parent I appreciate and understand how much energy and time parenting young children requires. We love our children and want to give them the very best, often things that we feel we were

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Letter from Miss Vienie

Several years ago, my journey started at Gaia Waldorf School. I was fortunate enough to start with a brand new class coming into their first year as Class 1’s and I too was a spring

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Letter from school projects officer

As I am sure you are all aware, Heather Gibbs has left Gaia and taken up a position at a Waldorf School in Australia, which left her position open. Allow me now to introduce myself,

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Letter from Class 7 Teacher

Eighteen years ago when my daughter’s father insisted that I put our daughter in a Waldorf school, I was not interested at all. Being a teacher myself, I felt that nobody could teach her but

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Our second Parent Enrichment Day

Every year just before Easter Waldorf teachers from around the country gather together for the National Waldorf Teacher’s Conference. These conferences are always nourishing and enlightening and we teachers come away from them feeling a

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