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The Rudolf Steiner School, Mbagathi.

Our school is situated 20 km south of Nairobi on the Maasai plains, close to Nairobi National Park. We have four Kindergarten groups and primary classes. Our school offers the Steiner/Waldorf curriculum up to class eight with an added exam year where the children sit for the Kenyan Primary Certificate Exam (KCPE) exam. This allows our children to join secondary school. Our school is unique not just because it offers Steiner education but because its purpose is to help the financially challenged families through our sponsorship programme.

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Here is some information for you to get to know us better and also participate in our cause for good quality education for the children.

School Calendar

January - March

  • Class meetings
    (Class reps)- Election of parents representatives.
  • P.T.A. Committee Meeting
  • Closing day – Children’s Presentations
  • May - July

  • Individual parents meetings
  • P.T.A. Committee meeting
  • Kindergarten workshop
  • Parents workshop
  • Charity Fun day
  • St John's Festival for children
  • Sports day
  • Children’s presentations
  • September - November

  • Michaelmas Festival For Children
  • PTA Committee Meeting
  • Parents Morning
  • Closing day - Children’s Presentations
  • Class 9's Graduation and Prayers
  • School Hours

    School Office

    Monday to Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm Saturday: 8:00am- 1:00pm


    Class 1 to 3 finish at 1.30 every day
    Classes 4 to 8 at 3.30 every day
    Class 9 at 5 pm every day
    Thursday 8:00am - 1:30 pm (except class 9)


    Monday to Wednesday: 8:00am -3:30pm.
    Thursday to Friday: 8:00am -1:00pm


    Assembly days Monday and Friday 8:00 am - 8:25 am.
    Morning work: Tuesday – Thursday 8:00am - 8:25pm

    During morning work children engage in different practical activities around the school. There are projects that upgrade the school’s environment. This is an essential moment when the child engages in manual work. The morning work teachers roll up their sleeves and demonstrate work. A child’s attitude to work is developed whereupon the accomplished project has his/her input.

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