“What?” is the central question of the 15-year-old adolescent. What is this? What creates this? What is my role in this? What can I do to change this? Everything in the Class 9 curriculum is designed to present more “whats”, and to help answer them too.
As the 12-year-old seeks greater independence, amid big physical changes, the Waldorf curriculum aims to help them make sense of the themselves, their world, and their place in it
The heart and head of the child in Class 5 is more developed than it has ever been. Critical thought, planned movement, and a greater consciousness are part and parcel of this stage.