Waldorf Community Europe - Asia - USA 

                     2013  -  2031

      The Waldorf World Wide ECOSYSTEM

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16 April 2023  Aanvang interne communicatie-voorzieningen.

Donatie schilderijen aan de Vrije Scholen Nederland ter ondersteuning van het funding-programma van de Waldorf Community world wide.
De opbrengsten zullen gebruikt worden voor de scholen die hierbij betrokken zijn.
Organisatie en verkoop vind plaats onder verantwoording van de scholen.
Donateur Jan Anton Rijsdijk heeft deze werken geschonken, ze zijn afkomstig uit zijn eigen collectie.

Follow up report.

19 april 2023 schenking 6 schilderijen Geert Groote College  Amsterdam - in persoon.

Uitvoering na de vakantie. Zwolle en Maastricht.

Vrije School Zwolle  



A unique farm-based Steiner School.  2.2 Mio Euro  New Zealand 2022-2024

165 Robinson Road, Lower Moutere, 7175

We are an established Steiner School building a new farm campus so our students will have a nature-based learning environment.  Our 13.6 hectare farm offers gardens, orchards, fields, animals, nature areas, trees, a lake and wetland.   Construction of the new school buildings started in January 2020.  Last year the world celebrated 100 years of Steiner education and we celebrated the start to building a unique new school campus.  We are building a permanent home for nature-based Steiner education in the Tasman District.  The access road onto the farm was completed earlier last year so now our focus is on the infrastructure and buildings.  Stage one of the building development will include six classrooms.  This stage has a budget of $2.2M and requires an extraordinary effort from the school community.  Architects have completed the designs and obtained building consents.  Earthworks for the building platforms is completed and construction has started.

This is a community project driven by parents, teachers and supporters.  It started as a shared vision and community fundraising.  Much of the skill and labour required comes from the school community.  Our builders, project managers and architects come from the school community.  They all have a deep commitment to Steiner education and their passion comes through in the work being done.  Rather than take our design out to tender in the open market we are working with a committed team from the beginning.  This approach reduces financial risk to the businesses involved so the price is not loaded with risk margins.