Questions and Answers
Visit Why Waldorf Works for a great FAQ section addressing many of the frequent questions on Waldorf education.
Our Questions and Answers section below provides some Michael Oak context.
How are Children Taught to Read?
How is Number Work Introduced?
Why do Primary School teachers stay with the same class?
Why is Art regarded as so important?
Art is recognised as an important aid to learning. It permeates the curriculum as a medium of expression and enlivens all subjects. By teaching with imagination, movement, sound and much artistic activity, the whole nature of the child is aroused and involved, developing enthusiasm for the learning experience. Learning is transformed into a stimulating process with far-reaching results when enriched with art and movement, enabling the whole person to unfold.