The Waldorf School Windhoek (WSW) is located in Namibia’s capital city, offering schooling from Kindergarten through to Grade 12 as well as basic vocational training. The WSW curriculum affords students a unique journey through education with the goal being to equip each student with the knowledge and experience they need for their future. Being “fit for life” (present and future) is the foundation of the WSW’s pedagogy, something few other education systems in Namibia can offer.
The reality, however, is that not all learners can access this unique curriculum due to limited financial means. As such, Wolwedans’ Education Assistance Fund is one mechanism through which bursaries can be made available to cover school fees, either in part or in whole. For more information on how you can help to make these educational opportunities accessible to all, refer to our Education Assistance Fund.
In addition to leveraging contributions for WSW bursaries, Wolwedans co-sponsors Waldorf learners' annual participation in NaDEET’s (the Namib Desert Environmental Education Trust) environmental education programmes.