The Waldorf School curriculum has been developed and refined over the past 100 years and is designed as a unity. Its subjects are introduced and developed in a sequence that mirrors the inner development of the pupil as they grow. Incoming students at every grade level easily adjust to the natural progression of the curriculum. The school does not seek any specific type of student; a broad spectrum of styles and abilities within each class is essential for creating a healthy environment. Our students all acquire knowledge and information in a curriculum approved by the W.A. Office of Non-Government Education.

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To truly know the world, look deeply within your own being; to truly know yourself, take real interest in the world.

—Rudolf Steiner

Early Childhood

Early Chidhood education comprises of Parent and Baby Group, Playgroup and Kindergarten.

Primary School

Following on from Kindergarten, the children embark on a journey with their class teacher who, where possible, accompanies them throughout their Primary years.

High School

In the High School the curriculum is designed to meet the development of the third soul faculty – thinking.

Children climbing in ropes primary school

School Events & Festivals

All Events

School Tour

  • Event Date:16 Nov
  • Event Time: 9:00 am to 10:00 am
  • Event Location: 14 Gwilliam Drive, Bibra Lake

P&F Annual Advent Market

  • Event Date:16 Nov
  • Event Time: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
  • Event Location: Perth Waldorf School, 14 Gwilliam Drive, Bibra Lake

School Community Groups

All Groups

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Term Dates

  • Term 1 Tuesday 2nd February - Thursday 1st April
  • Term 2 Monday 19th April - Friday 25th June
  • Term 3 Monday 19th July - Thursday 23rd September
  • Term 4 Monday 11th October - Tuesday 14th December (Half Day)
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  • Term 1 Tuesday 1st February - Friday 8th April
  • Term 2 Tuesday 26th April - Friday 24th June
  • Term 3 Monday 18th July - Thurs 22nd September
  • Term 4 Monday 10th October - Wednesday 14th December (Half Day)
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