This book is one of the definitive accounts of Steiner-Waldorf education by the founder of the first Waldorf School in the UK. In clear and insightful terms, Cecil Harwood presents the heart of this unique approach to children’s development, learning and wellbeing as a much-needed antidote to modern educational methods.
Harwood’s book is full of still-fresh ideas for both parents and teachers, and is a must-read for anyone interested in Steiner-Waldorf education. The classic work has been edited for the modern age, with a contextualising introduction by Professor Douglas Sloan.
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