Inodai Waldorf School offers the internationally recognized Steiner Waldorf curriculum. This is a curriculum that, although first established in 1919, is increasingly valued for its innovative approach with current research frequently validating what has long been the practice in Steiner/Waldorf schools throughout the world.

The Steiner curriculum is inherently holistic and spans the age range from 3 to 18 years. It places strong emphasis on integrating nature, art, dram crafts and music into all academic learning including science and mathematics. It addresses each of the multiple intelligences, including emotional literacy and kinesthetic learning and brings into balance the attributes of the right and left hemisphere of the brain. This means that in addition to developing analytical, logical and reasoning skills as education has always done., it also focuses on the development of imagination, creativity, memory and flexible thinking skills the so called ‘soft skills’ that are so much in demand in the 21st century.

The Steiner curriculum is based on an in-depth understanding of the development of a child and how children learn at different ages of their lives. It encourages the development of each child’s sense of Truth, Beauty & Goodness, and inspires in each child a lifelong love of learning. This approach also enables them to fully develop their unique capacities.