"The true teachers and educators are not those who have learned pedagogy as the science of dealing with children, but those in whom pedagogy has awakened through understanding the human being"
– Rudolf Steiner

We have taken inspirations from the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, widely known as Steiner-Waldorf education. Rudolf Steiner was an Austrian philosopher, educational reformer, lecturer, spiritualist, founder of anthroposophy – the study of man and much more. The Waldorf movement began in the early 20th century and now has more than 1500 schools and kindergartens worldwide.

Can abundance of sunlight alone grow a seed?

The Steiner-Waldorf education places the holistic development of a child at the center of its curriculum and doesn’t focus only on academic excellence. Today children need to have imaginative thinking (capacity to think) to foresee the future, emotional stability (capacity to feel) to meet the challenges life throws at them and resolute determination (capacity for will) to overcome hurdles and make dreams come true.

All these 3 distinct capacities are naturally present in every child inextricably interwoven. There is always a will and a strong emotion contained within a thought. No single capacity should be given more importance. We don’t nurture only the thinking or the head of the child but also his heart and hands for feeling and will to foster healthy all-round development.

Early Childhood Education


ஓடி விளையாடு பாப்பா, –நீ
ஓய்ந்திருக்க லாகாது பாப்பா,
கூடி விளையாடு பாப்பா, – ஒரு
குழந்தையை வையாதே பாப்பா.

- மகாகவி பாரதியார்

Early childhood is a period devoted to physical development and young children are more active- they love to move, jump, hop, run, crawl, climb and more. It is through activity and play, this young child is easily engaged and learning here is through imitation and lots of unstructured play. They learn to play by themselves and together with others.

Lower and middle school

காலை எழுந்தவுடன் படிப்பு – பின்பு
கனிவு கொடுக்கும் நல்ல பாட்டு
மாலை முழுதும் விளையாட்டு – என்று
வழக்கப் படுத்திக்கொள்ளு பாப்பா.

- மகாகவி பாரதியார்

Formal learining begins in grade school. To foster intellectual learning, we use pictorial imagination and vivid story telling as learning tools instead of abstract concepts and hard facts. Emphasis is given to a child's feelings, where in he can experience the knowledge through music, movement, artistic activity and more.

High school

உயிர்க ளிடத்தில் அன்பு வேணும்; – தெய்வம்
உண்மையென்று தானறிதல் வேணும்;
வயிர முடைய நெஞ்சு வேணும்; – இது
வாழும் முறைமையடி பாப்பா.

- மகாகவி பாரதியார்

Teaching is increasingly conceptual and cognitive, to foster logical thinking and complex decision making. Learning happens at a faster pace. The imagination nurtured in the early years helps in the development of critical thinking. We provide the students with an atmosphere, where they can bring out their innate abilities in a healthy and non competitive manner. The young teen’s thoughts can now guide him/her into the world as a freestanding adult.