Welcome to Willunga Waldorf School
The Willunga Waldorf School is one of a group of independent schools which bases its curriculum and teaching methodology on the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925).
Since the first school opened in Stuttgart, Germany in 1919 Steiner Waldorf schools have spread to every continent and now number around 900, with some 45 of these schools in Australia.
The profound educational insights of Rudolf Steiner continue to inspire educational initiatives in diverse cultures and social conditions around the world.
Willunga Waldorf School is situated within a kilometre of the historic Willunga Township, approximately 40 kilometres south of Adelaide.
The curriculum taught at Willunga Waldorf School has been approved by The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), as an internationally recognised alternative curriculum.
2016 School Term Dates
Term 1: 8 February – 15 April (10 weeks)
Term 2: 2 May – 1 July (9 weeks)
Term 3: 25 July – 30 September (10 weeks)
Term 4: 17 October – 16 December (9 weeks)
Overseas Students: Willunga Waldorf School is not registered to accept enrolments from overseas students *please note: this does not include student exchange.
"The need for imagination, a sense of truth and a feeling of responsibility are the very nerve of education"