For 25 years the Waldorf School in the community of Lensahn has stood for a broad education of head, heart and hand. This particular type of learning has established itself as an exceptional and successful alternative to the curriculum of the conventional school system. The Waldorf School takes a holistic approach that addresses the individual needs of its students.
Waldorf education is characterized above all by its holistic method, in which not only the mind, but also the emotions and creativity are addressed. It is not only about imparting knowledge, but also about personality development. Students should also gain an inner understanding of relationships by experiencing practical skills such as handicrafts, gardening or dancing.
In this article we will look at the experiences and achievements of the Waldorf school in Lensahn and take a look at the future of the Waldorf school system. We will look at the special features of Waldorf education and the significance of the 25 year anniversary of the Lensahn school.
25 years of Waldorf School in Lensahn: history of origins and mission statement
Waldorf education was developed by the Austrian educator Rudolf Steiner and is based on a holistic education for head, heart and hand. The concept is that each student is individually supported and can develop in a friendly, creative environment. The Waldorf School believes that each person has a unique gift that needs to be discovered and nurtured.