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Each year graduates leave the Centre for Creative Education, qualification in hand, intent on making a difference in their local community, at the primary school level. Some will find a professional home in a public school setting, while others may teach at one of more than 15 Waldorf primary schools throughout the country.

sunflowers and graduatesSince our beginning in 1993, more than 185 women and men graduates have completed a formal qualification in teacher training. We are proud of our graduates and invite you to consider joining with us on this path of teaching as a vocation.

We are committed to offering quality instruction and are the only fully-accredited, independent, non-government primary school teacher education institution in the entire country. Our low student-to-teacher ratio allows for more personalized attention. Graduates give a resounding thumbs up to the teaching staff. Meet the lecturers...


A Creative & Integrative Approach to Teacher Training

Our society needs creative and inspiring teachers to guide and develop a new generation of children. Education can do this, if teachers are equipped with new ways of involving children in the process of learning.

Our teacher-training programmes aim to develop you as an all-round, well integrated person, skilled in designing effective learning programmes using imagination and creativity, movement, music, drawing, painting, clay, drama, poetry and a wide range of crafts (no previous experience needed!).

The training programme is based on the Waldorf/Steiner educational approach, in which a detailed study of child development ensures reaching children at every age, integrating heart, mind and motivation. Download a more detailed overview (PDF document, 4 pages, 98kb).

In addition to teacher training for children ages 7 - 14, we offer courses for careers in Early Childhood Development, and an art of movement called Eurythmy.