Informative talks about the Waldorf school of Alicante

Attention!!: The last talk-open house changes from day to Friday 28 May 2021. 18-19,30 h

We open our doors with the aim of offering the most beautiful things we have: a look in love at the child and its processes, and a desire to respectfully accompany them to help the human being flourish.

If you want to know the Waldorf Alicante school, We propose a series of online meetings to tell you something about it and satisfy your doubts and concerns.

To be able to organize ourselves better, You can sign up for the talk by sending an email to: Info@waldorfalicante.com

But if for some reason you arrive at the last minute, do not worry, you can also access directly.

You can click on the following links to access the access page to the talk via zoom.

https://zoom.us/j/99025471452?pwd=NnB0M2VWZ3lWeVhvNS9aZE81WFM5dz09

Meeting ID: 990 2547 1452
Access code: 442221

The space will be accompanied by teachers specialized in kindergarten areas, childish, primary school and high school.

Botanical journal

Botanical Journal 5th and 6th Class. Nov./2020

Sixth class has just finished the Botanical Period, have learned it from observation in their environment, writing, reciting poems, the reading, the drawing in their notebooks and the most anticipated, the pedagogical outings that his teacher Doña Anaya conscientiously prepared.

The first outing coincides with 5th class to L’Alcúdia and 6th class to Lo Torrent Park where there were two challenges: the first was walking from school to the park, watching mosses, mushrooms, Lion teeth, conifers, flowering plants and trees, taking samples of fruits and leaves; And the second challenge to identify the trees in the park, After sharing moments of play and lunch, they took a guided tour by their teacher who fed their knowledge and interest by answering every little detail that they observed.. (more…)

Lantern party. San Martin 2020

 

Friday at School, Infant and Primary children were able to experience the Fiesta de San Martín with their teachers and classmates.

The songs of the Lantern accompanied the day and although it was in full sunlight, they were able to tour the school yards with their lanterns. In addition, the little ones enjoyed the Teatrillo and ate bretzels.

In the afternoon and evening, many families also continued this celebration in their homes.. Taking a little walk lit by the lanterns, singing and having pumpkin cream dinner together.

Thank you very much to all those who have shared your photos of this special night with the tutors or families of the classroom.

For children it is a great joy to turn on their light in the dark and to feel that with it we will walk in this winter that is approaching.

We hope that this beautiful feast enlightens us until the arrival of Advent and the preparation of Christmas.

We send you some photos of the work of the children in the classrooms and of the experience lived.

A big hug

 

 

I am waldorf

“I am waldorf” , and, this statement seen from the eyes of ignorance can be strange , oblivious to what we're used to in the current education cycle, It may even sound "weird" and I know it because these same sensations were the ones that flooded me before I met him , to live it and above all to see my children grow up with a surprising desire to go to school , to learn and grow with a smile . (more…)

In the face of fear and uncertainty

By Ana Gómez. School mother.

The arrival of the cool morning is appreciated after such an intense summer; a month ago the school opened its doors for which children, Anxious girls and families crossed with our backpack full. Full of expectations, full of fears, of illusions, of doubts, of desire, tired, stress, etc., Each with his own. Just like our children when they start to walk, potholes disturb us, we stop walking when the road is not flat and easy. At that moment we stop, we observe, we calculate the risk and sometimes decide that it is too much for us, backing up to safety. How boys and girls manage to overcome their fears and set out to explore the world? There are two reasons that make fear a motor and not a brake.

One reason is the horizon I want to reach. Another is the confidence that I have in achieving it.

The horizon of our school is a better situation in every way, is to create together a place that is needed in the world, a contribution to improving the educational landscape, a school that remains generation after generation accompanying little people in their personal development, integral, as beings capable of being free and loving. Without a doubt a beautiful horizon.

Trust is more difficult to conquer because it does not depend only on me, it also depends on where you look for it. I can trust myself but distrust the others who are part of this community, it won't go well. I can trust others to work hard but mistrust my ability to contribute something. It won't work out either.

Confidence in a community project is like the dance of a corps de ballet, everyone has their role, everyone has to feel the music, each one from who is, but contributing to the group the best it can give. That's the challenge, look at the horizon, fall in love with the road, Trust in yourself, lean on others, know that we have in our hands a treasure and the opportunity to do something great for our children and those of many families that are to come. We will let fear be a brake or motor to continue moving forward?

All of nature is a yearning to serve.

Serve the cloud, serve the wind, serve the groove. Where there is a tree to plant, plant it yourself; where there is a mistake to amend, amend it yourself; where there is an effort that everyone dodges, you accept it.

Be the one who moves the stone out of the way, the hatred of the hearts and the difficulties of the problem.

There is a joy to be healthy and a joy to be fair; but there is the beautiful, the immense joy of serving.

How sad would the world be if everything in it was done, if there were not in it a rose bush to plant; a company to start.

Do not fall into the mistake of believing that only great jobs are earned; there are small services: water a garden, order some books, comb a girl. Serving is not just the task of lower beings.

God, that bears fruit and light, it serves. It could be called like that: The one who serves. And he has his eyes in our hands and he asks us every day: Did you serve today? To who? To the tree, to your friend, to your mother?

Gabriela Mistral