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A Day in the life of Waldorf students

Be a Waldorf student for a day and experience our joyful education

You may have heard a lot (or very little) about Waldorf education. Art, songs, games, verses, handwork, stories – they all sound interesting and fun, but how do they actually help children learn and grow?

Come experience for yourself! We have arranged a full day program for you to sample different aspects of Waldorf primary education. Our students enjoy a balanced curriculum with art, crafts, movement and academics; they make their own main lesson books; they also stay with teachers for longer; and so much more. See the classrooms, artwork, and work from the educational journey children undertake from grade 1 and up. Spend time with our teachers to learn more about their experience and thoughts on children’s education. See for yourself why our children go home full of knowledge and enthusiasm every day.

This will be the most immersive way for you to decide if this is right for your family.

Register now for this adults-only event!


  • Snacks and a light vegetarian lunch will be provided.
  • We will accept a maximum of 45 participants to ensure optimal experience for everyone.
  • Can’t make it to this event? Check out our school tours on Thursdays.

October 20, 2018 (Sat)


9 am to 3 pm

G/F 71-77 Smithfield,
Kennedy Town,
Hong Kong

Cost: $800 per person
20% off for IWS parents

9:00 – 10:45 Main lesson A unique feature of Waldorf education, students start every day with a 2 hour lesson focused on one “Big Idea” or topic area for 2 to 3 weeks. 
10:45 – 11:15 Snack & recess
11:15 – 12:00 Eurythmy Students learn dexterity of movement, grace, poise, balance, and concentration through this unique art form. They also develop a sense for sound and space and a feeling for social harmony.
12:00 – 12:45 Handwork In addition to nourishing the senses of sight, touch, balance, and movement, handwork allows students to learn respect for the process of making something and gain confidence in their ability to complete a task.
12:45 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 14:15 Painting Watercolor painting offers pedagogical and therapeutic value at various stages of child development in Waldorf schools.
14:15 – 15:00 Reflection & Q&A