WWS Spotlight… Carlos & Itziar Cornejo – WWS Family Members Tell us a bit about yourselves – Our family originally hails from Mexico City. We have 3 children – Triana, Grade 11; Mikel, Grade 8; and Ferran, Grade 6.We are very close, and we love to do things together. We are very outdoorsy and love […]
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The Whistler Waldorf School is seeking full-time and part-time experienced Early Years Teacher and/or Assistant (s). The Early Years Teacher & Assistant upholds a beautiful, warm environment where the children feel safe and nurtured, creating opportunities for children to experience the world around them through artistic activities, tasks of the household, oral storytelling, singing, movement, […]
Whistler Waldorf is currently recruiting for full-time or part time Teacher Assistants to work under a teacher’s supervision to give students additional attention and instruction. Duties expected: Teacher assistants typically do the following: Reinforce lessons presented by teachers by reviewing material with students one-on-one or in small groups Enforce school and class rules to help […]
WWS Spotlight… Sarah Clark & Leo Kwok – WWS Family members Tell us a little bit about yourselves – We moved to Whistler this summer after spending three years in Ubud, Bali where our two girls, Tayleigh (Grade 4) and Kailena (Grade 2) attended Green School. Leo and I were both raised in Vancouver, […]
Dear Parents and Guardians, 100 years ago, society and education had moved towards a more differentiated system, separating sciences from the arts, the arts from morality, and athletics from academics. Today, finally, educational systems all over the world are “catching up” to Steiner’s observations that separating these fundamental spheres of activity for children could be […]
Celebrating 100 years – From AWSNA An Education for the Future – from the Association of Waldorf School’s of North America is a short video for the celebration of 100 years of Waldorf education with the worldwide Waldorf Community. Learn to Change the World – Waldorf 100 Waldorf 100 – the International Forum for Steiner/Waldorf […]
Celebrating 100 years of Waldorf Education This year on September 19 – Waldorf education will be celebrated as officially 100 years old. Waldorf 100 was created to promote the 100 year celebrations and WWS is excited to participate, extending a warm invitation to you and your family to join us in several Waldorf 100 events […]
The return of the school year brings us all together again while the summer days are coming to a close. As the sun rays diminish we now begin to turn inward, and can be excited and challenged to turn also, to the fiery warmth of our school community in the fall. The turning of the leaves are […]
WWS Spotlight… Ms. Tracey Sheppard– Grade 4 Teacher Ms. Sheppard is a new recruit to Whistler having moved here with her family in 2017. Prior to this, she taught grades 4-7 as well as Health and Physical Education at an independent school on the east coast of Australia. Tracey has a degree in Biology from the University of Victoria, a coaching diploma […]
Spotlight… Maeve Bellmore – Whistler Waldorf School Receptionist I was born in Dublin, Ireland, island hopped to London, and then after finishing my Art degree some (many) years later, landed in Whistler in 2006. Captivated by the enchanting mountains and iridescent greenery, I decided to stay. I found myself a good Canadian boy, got hitched […]
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