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    Sloka’s Teacher Training

    Sloka’s Teacher Training began on February 2015 with a Foundation Course. The second session was held in June 2015 and this focused on Early Childhood and Grade One Readiness. In September 2015, we had an intensive Anthroposophical study on understanding Goethe, which lead into Primary School Curriculum. During the October vacation, Christof Weichert, from Dornach Read More »


    The Batch of 2011-2012 cleared the Tenth Grade CBSE exams in flying colours. They are also making sure that the Sloka colours are flying high by doing very well wherever they are. Lohit and Pranav got a perfect score of 10 in the CBSE Board Exam. Pranav was also invited to ISRO in recognition of his perfect science Read More »

A short documentary on Sloka

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Sloka – The Steiner School in Hyderabad.

This school is the first of its kind in India. It was launched by the Education Renaissance Trust – a non-profit organization run by a group of people who wanted to spark off change among teachers and concerned parents who shared a dream about their children. Their aim was to start a school that had sensitivity and a deeper understanding of the child. As the Trust searched for a well-proven alternative system, the Steiner Waldorf School seemed to be the answer. These schools have flourished the world over for over 90 years with a sound pedagogical backing and philosophy.

The Education Renaissance Trust is part of an international movement in education. There are over 1000 Steiner schools worldwide. Each one is adapted to the character of its location and seeks to meet the educational needs of our time. Steiner education offers a broad and balanced curriculum which aims to educate the hand, the heart, the intellect and foster cultural, moral and spiritual values.

The Child is the Center

Steiner education is multidimensional, appealing to all the faculties. For the young child, it is the ‘all’ that matters, rather than exceptional proficiency in one aspect. We want rounded, complete and balanced personalities whose special gifts are nourished from a fuller source. Steiner education is truly a part of a universal understanding of the child. It is applicable to each child, irrespective of the child’s cultural roots, language, religious beliefs or geographical setting. Anthroposophy – the knowledge of the human being – is the basis of Steiner education.

Our highest endeavor must be to develop free human beings who are able, of themselves, to impart purpose and direction to their lives. -Rudolf Steiner