The Vancouver Waldorf School understands the importance of adaptability in today’s rapidly changing world, and our approach to education reflects this. Our curriculum is designed to not only develop intellectual intelligence (IQ) but also emotional intelligence (EQ) and adaptability quotient (AQ). By integrating subjects such as art, outdoor education, music, theatre, practical work, movement, and hands-on learning, our students are challenged to think critically and problem-solve while also developing empathy, resilience, and other crucial skills that will help them adapt and thrive throughout their lives.
As the recent article from the BBC titled “Is EQ more important than IQ?” highlights, EQ has become increasingly valued in the modern workplace. People with high EQ tend to be more successful in their careers and have better overall well-being. Our teachers are trained to recognize and support the emotional needs of their students, and our curriculum is designed to promote empathy and emotional understanding.
We are currently accepting applications and have a rolling admissions policy. Join an information session or meet individually with our Admissions Coordinator to learn more about the Vancouver Waldorf School and how we can help your child develop the skills needed to adapt and thrive in today’s world.