College of Teachers

To develop the understanding of the human being and the curriculum

Equity

Ensuring a culturally located Waldorf curriculum that reflects all of our diversity.

Restorative practices

Events that occur in daily life which may require conflict resolution

Waldorf Education & Special Character

Understanding of each human being as a being of body, soul, and spirit.

Vision – MOEMOEĀ

To help every student progress towards becoming free, responsible and caring individuals able to impart purpose and direction in their own lives and as citizens able to contribute in manifold as well as unique ways to human society. Raphael House is a thriving Rudolf Steiner School offering a broad, health giving curriculum, which fosters a balanced development of the physical, emotional, and intellectual capacities of our young people. Teaching and learning is guided by the uniqueness of each child and an understanding of the natural phases of child development. Teachers, parents and students from diverse backgrounds all work together to build a strong sense of community. Students experience wellbeing and a sense of belonging through this nurturing and therapeutic approach and leave school as creative and independent thinkers, confident in their ability to make a difference in the world.

Mission Statement – KUPU TAUĀKĪ

To help each and every student progress towards becoming a free, responsible and caring individual able to impart purpose and direction in his or her own life and as a citizen able to contribute in manifold as well as unique ways to human society

Values – NGĀ UARA