12.0302 Steiner, Human Scale & Child-centred Education

Moray Steiner School


An independent school, based on the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner. Set on a hilltop on the outskirts of Forres, with a magnificent view overlooking the Findhorn Bay and the Moray Firth, amidst seven acres of mature trees and gardens and lawns, the school is the most northern of Steiner Schools in the UK. It is a member of the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship. For ages 3-16.

Cardiff Steiner School


Cardiff Steiner School is a thriving city centre, independent Steiner Waldorf School for boys and girls aged 3 to 16.

We are non-selective and welcome children of all abilities, faiths and backgrounds. In our inspiring and nurturing environment, children develop a love of learning, realise their creativity, grow-in confidence and self-motivation, and gain care and respect for others and the world we live in. Read more »

Human Scale Education


Human Scale Education believes that children’s needs are best met and their potential fully realised in human scale settings. It promotes the re-structuring of large schools into smaller units, also supports the establishment of small alternative schools. It is a membership organisation and sells a range of alternative educational publications. A newsletter is produced three times each year and HSE also maintains a list of alternative schools.

Wynstones School


Steiner school offering a broad-based education for children, from toddlers to aged 11. Offers an alternative to the National Curriculum, informal assessment, small classes, individual attention and a focus on developing all aspects of the child.

Waldorf School of South West London


Steiner school situated in Streatham, South West London. Runs a parent and toddler group for children up to three and a half years, a kindergarten for children between three and a half to six years(mornings only) and a main school for six to 14-year-olds. The school has about 90 pupils.

The Small School


Part of the human scale education movement, with a local focus. Aims to try to impart the understanding that a sustainable future depends on sustainable local communities, and to promote an awareness of global issues. Values practical skills, especially those concerned with a care of the environment.

Rudolf Steiner School Kings Langley


Founded in 1949, RSSKL has about 420 pupils from the ages of three to19 years. The school emphasises a well-balanced and broad education but, in the four final years, pupils are prepared for both GCSE and A-Levels. The school is well-equipped with a large theatre and sports hall, laboratories, arts and craft facilities and extensive grounds.

Michael House School


Member of the Steiner Waldorf Fellowship. Opened in 1934 and accepts children from 4 to 16 years. Pupils are prepared for GCSE examinations in the Upper School. Boarders can be accommodated in the homes of school parents. The school lies in countryside between Ilkeston and Heanor.

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