Rudolf Steiner-Waldorf alumni
Actor, minister, Nobel Prize winner, writer, company director... Discover the former students of the Steiner-Waldorf pedagogy. With more than 250,000 students around the globe and thousands of schools throughout the world, the Steiner-Waldorf pedagogy opens up to all possibilities, all trajectories.
Sébastien & Aubin, Welo's company managers - Alumni of the Rudolf Steiner School Geneva
Entrepreneurs, Sébastien Roevens and Aubin Delavigne, former students of the Steiner School in Geneva, founded Welo (Taxibike) in 2011. Their activities are spread over Zurich, Geneva and Basel.
Thomas Südhof, Nobel Prize in Medicine - Steiner-Waldorf alumnus
Thomas Südhof, together with two colleagues, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his research into communication between human cells.
Stanislas Wawrinka, Swiss professional tennis player - Steiner-Waldorf alumni
Stanislas Wawrinka won the gold medal in doubles at the 2008 Olympic Games, several tournaments and three Grand Slam titles.
Jean-Philippe Desilles, Neurologist - Former Steiner-Waldorf student
With Steiner-Waldorf pedagogy "We are taught to use our hands well as well as our heads and that's probably what interested me in interventional neurology."
Actor, Minister, Nobel Prize winner... Famous Steiner-Waldorf alumni
Actor, minister, Nobel Prize winner, writer... Discover the former students of the Steiner-Waldorf pedagogy who became famous.
Julien Benhamou, Architect - Former Steiner-Waldorf student
"The great contribution of the Steiner pedagogy is, as far as I am concerned, to link the body and the mind. And listening."
Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO - Steiner-Waldorf Alumni
"When the media asked me what the Waldorf School had done for me, I said: it encouraged me to always strive to become a better human being."
Kenneth Chenault, CEO of American Express, Facebook Board of Directors - Steiner-Waldorf Alumni
She taught me to think for myself, to be responsible for my decisions. Second, it made me a good listener, sensitive to the needs of others. And finally, it helped me to establish values.
Nancy Huston, Writer - Former Steiner-Waldorf student
Nancy Huston has published numerous novels and essays. She received the 2006 Femina Prize for Lignes de faille and the Grand Prix des Lectrices de Elle for L'Empreinte de l'Ange.
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2 to 6 years old
Up to 2P
What could be more beautiful than to see a child marvelling and awakening to life. With sparkling eyes, they discover, step by step, the world. Through games, discoveries, workshops... and a pedagogy centered on imitation, the children are led to develop mobility, motor skills, language, cognitive faculties and sociability.
6 to 12 years old
3P to 8P
There is nothing more beautiful than to offer our children "roots and wings".
Accompanied by the same main teacher for 6 years, the subjects are taught in accordance with the natural rhythm of the child's development.
12 to 15 years old
In the manner of Johann Pestalozzi's famous maxim: " Learn with your head, your heart and your hands ", the school accompanies the students in their pre-adolescence. Classes, outings, artistic activities... The pedagogical approach is global, human and open to the world.
15 to 19 years old
To make the eyes of the young shine, to transmit quality knowledge, to develop their creativity, to create spaces favourable to their blooming such are the objectives of the school. It aims to develop intellectual, artistic, social and manual faculties.
0 to 3 years
In a warm and soft cocoon, we welcome children aged 0 to 3 years old accompanied by their parents, grandparents or nannies to share playful, creative and... joyful activities!
First Steps is an opportunity for parents to discover the school and to share beautiful moments
3 to 6 years old
Every afternoon (except Wednesdays), we welcome your little ones to the reception garden.
Free play, nursery rhymes, finger plays, bread making, snacks, rounds, outdoor games... A whole world of gentleness to develop fine motor skills, sensoriality, sociability, self-confidence and well-being.
Circus, support classes, artistic activities... Our school, which aims to be "the school that makes students love school", opens its doors widely outside of school hours.
The school, its partners, teachers, parents and caregivers offer many extracurricular activities.
The older children will also find many activities in the school: music practice, eurythmy, art therapy training, creative workshops...
Discover all our activities for adults under the sign of sharing, exchange and good humor!
Rudolf Steiner School of Geneva
Chemin de Narly 2
Tel: +41 (0)22 727 04 44
The secretariat is open:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8am to 3:45pm
Wednesday 8am to 1pm
Come easily to the school
15 minutes from the center of Geneva
300 m from the Bernex exit of the A1 freeway (Geneva bypass)
1 min from the tram/bus stop : Croisée Confignon
Easy access from Switzerland and neighbouring France
Stop : Croisée Confignon
Bus 42, 47, K, L and S
Stop : Croisée Confignon
The school has a drop-off point
7:30am to 9am - 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Other parking lots
Chemin de Chaumont (7 min walk - 4h parking time), Chemin de Carabot (3 min walk - 1h), Chemin de Cressy (5 min walk - 1h)
P+R Bernex (5 min walk): Paying from Monday to Friday 7am-5pm - Free on weekends, evenings & nights (5pm-7am) and public holidays
Parking lots are available for motorcycles and bicycles