Why your child might not like Waldorf education15.12.13
Oh, and one last thing. One of the things that makes Waldorf education unique is that the children work together on many different activities and tasks such as morning circle, music and plays. Doesn't that sound wonderful? And it is, but if your child enjoys being an individual (think Montessori) and, let's face it, doesn't play well with others, then you might have a problem. It's about knowing your child and if there is one thing I learned, children can act differently at home and at school.
An "alternative" education, like Waldorf sounds great, but is the school and the program equipped to handle alternative children?