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online orientation for admissions, 21 Mar

Hello, are curious about exploring a whole new way of education that can transform your own parenting and your child’s relationship with learning?

Aarambh is a learning space serving children from Kindergarten (3+) to primary years. Waldorf education nurtures the whole child by educating three principal faculties: “thinking, feeling and willing” – the “head, heart and hands. By integrating academic learning, physical activity, appreciation for the arts and moral responsibility, it cultivates the body, mind and spirit of the child.

Sign up for our ONLINE orientation Sunday, 21st March, 10 am – 12 pm (on zoom) at by 19th March. We will share the meeting link on the registered email.

Team Aarambh ūüźö; +91 98730 00240; +91 98991 45667

orientation on admissions: 27th Feb, 10 am-12 pm


Come and explore a beautiful approach to education that places the health and well being of the child at the core and makes learning joyful and creative!
“How is it different? How does it prepare my child for the future? How does the curriculum grow with the changing needs of my child from KG (3+) to primary years? Is it right for my child and our family?”

Aarambh Waldorf invites you for its next online orientation for admissions on Saturday, 27th Feb, 10 am – 12 pm (on zoom)

REGISTER AT by 25th Feb to receive the zoom meeting link at the registered email address.


Have you ever wondered…

– If we are over-stimulating children with too many activities during the day?
-What are the age-appropriate work/activities for a young child?
-What is the role of ‘Breathing-in’ & Breathing-out’ process in making the daily life & activities of a child more calm & relevant?

In our next¬†early year’s caregivers circle, we will be discussing ways to simplify the daily rhythms of our children,¬†thereby avoiding over-stimulation for them.

We will explore simple, age-appropriate work & activities that are more meaningful for a young child and understand how these support their healthy development. As the parent’s role in simplifying the child’s rhythm is critical, we will also be discussing nurturing ways/methods that parents can use to make simple daily schedules possible & create harmonious, rhythmical environment at home for their child.

This is an interactive circle where we would invite parents to also bring in and share their own experiences and insights.  

Please register at this link by 5th February. The zoom meeting link will be shared to the registered email address shortly before the parent circle.