Sign up – Side intake

Children Over 4 (side intake)

There is still room for children born between August 2014 and September 2015.

Placement rounds are 4 times a year, around autumn holidays, Christmas holidays, spring break and summer holidays.

Information mornings

Would you like to sign up your child with us? Then first come to an information morning! Preferably visit the information morning before your child is three years old. Data from the information mornings can be found in the calendar.

Sign up side intake

For children over four years of age (side intake)

Is your child over four years old and would you like to transfer to Waldorf aan de Werf?

There is still room for children born between July 2014 and August 2016.

Placement rounds are 4 times a year, around autumn holidays, Christmas holidays, spring break and summer holidays.

Step 1: General information about the school.

Come to an information mo[link naar agenda]rning or contact the director.

Step 2: Sign up

Send an e-mail to the student administration. Please include your first and last name, mobile number, name and date of birth of your child.

Step 3: Telephone consultation with director

You get a call from the school’s principal, Jamilah Blom, to see if there’s a place for your child at school.

Step 4: Fill out forms

If there is a suitable place for your child, you will receive a number of forms by mail to fill out and return

Step 5: Intake interview

Once we have received the completed forms, we plan an
intake interview with our director. In this conversation, we assess whether your child and the school are a good match.

Step 6: Contact your current school

The Internal Supervisor, Noor Zomerman, will contact your current school.

Step 7: Introductory interview

Introductory meeting with teacher

Step 8: Test day

If there are no anomilies from either the
intake interview or contact with the current school, then your child can join our school for a trial day.

Step 9: Decision

After the trial day, we will decide whether the student can start.

Note: for toddlers the process is a little shorter, they don’t have to do a trial day.