Chapter 2: The Handmade Swing Surprise from the Grades to Kindergarten…..
Once upon a time, in the land of Aarambh…
Boys and girls went out to play,
And looked for swings to climb away!
They turned and then did find a gift,
Their Bhaiyyas and Didis had made them a ropey lift
Community means sharing. And that’s how we at Aarambh grow. We’re extremely grateful to our parent volunteer, Mr Sagar for sharing his knowledge on the varieties of knots with the Grades’ children. In Grade 4, knot making lessons are part of the Form Drawing curriculum integrating math with logic and practical skills.
Grade 4 in turn utilised their new found learning on knots to create a real swing for the younger children. Of course, it’s been an instant hit!
What is Waldorf education? How is it different?
What exactly do children learn? Will they fall behind?
How are sports, arts, music part of the curriculum?
How is the child’s health and well being kept at the centre? Why is this important?
How are values imparted?
How is learning assessed and supported?
Will children really be ready for the real world?
Come for our next monthly orientation on 13 April at 9 am for answers to these questions and more. Experience the space, reflect on your own childhood and interact with the teachers and parents.
Please write to email@example.com to book a spot or call + 91 9971666034 to start a conversation.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Flashback to 10 Feb, our spring gathering where we celebrated spring!-
Aarambh Waldorf welcomes you to its spring gathering.…celebrating the arrival of Basant ritu in togetherness. To rejoice in the changing season – sun, blooming flowers, chirping birds, colours, we collectively flow through the day learning traditional skills, handwork, eco-friendly practices while enjoying magical stories, Waldorf social games and music.
The timings for spring gathering on 10th February is from 12 noon till 4 pm at Aarambh Waldorf, 21, Green Avenue, Vasant Kunj. From 10 am till 12 noon, there will be an orientation session for interested parents and teachers who are keen on getting an in-depth understanding about the school and its philosophy. Just so you know Aarambh Waldorf is based on Steiner education respected across the world for being based on the profound understanding of human development. The education facilitates a journey of learning for children which develops them into free human beings who are able, of themselves, to impart purpose and direction to their lives. The three forces at its helm are the need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility.