About us

CamphillNature LittleFlowers Eco-Sustainable Learning Centre approach emphasizes the role of the imagination in learning, developing thinking that includes a creative as well as an analytic component. The educational philosophy's overarching goals are to provide young people the basis on which to develop into free, morally responsible and integrated individuals, and to help every child fulfill his or her unique destiny.

We follow the Waldorf pedagogy which has its roots in the spiritual-scientific research of the Austrian scientist and thinker Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). According to Steiner's philosophy, the human being is a threefold being of spirit, soul, and body whose capacities unfold in three developmental stages on the path to adulthood: early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence.

Admission Orientation


Parents are greeted with warmth and oriented at length about what makes CamphillNature LittleFlowers Eco-Sustainable Learning Centre. Our method of teaching is described in detail. We explain the need for the child to complete six years of age before class one, when formal learning begins. Details about our campus, future plans and fee structure are given completion of this, admission is offered to the child.

Our academic session is from June to April. Admissions for the new academic year start in December of the preceding year. Admissions are done on a first come first served basis and continue through the year-until we fill the seats in every class. Children enter the school around 2-3 years of age into our Playgroup/Nursery/Little Flowers.
Upon completion of age 6 (by July 31), the child goes into Grade I. The centre management is the final authority on all admissions to the centre.

kindergarten (Little Flowers)

The children in the kindergarten are constantly doing: building, singing, digging, cooking, gardening, painting, and sewing. In creative play, they develop social skills and mastery of their bodies. Through songs, nursery rhymes, and fairy tales, they are nourished by the beauty of language. The children thrive in the rhythmic repetition of daily, weekly and seasonal activities and learn to love work through meaningful tasks. The beauty, logic and purpose of what they experience create a feeling for order and harmony and engender the development of memory, attention and imagination. As they grow, their imagination and natural sense of wonder, nurtured in these early years, will foster inquisitiveness and a desire to learn and understand.

Grade Learning Centre


Grades 1-7

Grade Learning Centre: The transition into grade learning centre happens with the introduction of alphabet and numbers sensorial and qualitatively as the child progresses through the grades new subjects are introduced wherein the core academic subjects are taught (including math, language arts, history, geography), children receive instruction in specialty subjects such as Hindi, painting, nature studies, handwork, music, woodwork, choir and games/physical education.

Weekly: A regular cycle of activities such as handwork, watercolor painting, baking, nature discovery/gardening, and drama/movement/music is explored in each classroom.

Yearly: At CamphillNature LittleFlowers Eco-Sustainable Learning Centre, we celebrate birthdays and seasonal festivals, along with the Rose Ceremony, spiral day and the Winter Faire.

Plantation Campaign

Reforestation - Grow a Sapling

Reforestation can be defined as the process of replanting trees in areas that have been affected by natural disturbances like wildfires, drought, and insect and disease infestations — and unnatural ones like logging, mining, agricultural clearing, and development. This can mean anything from supporting natural regeneration in an area that has been degraded to planting ecologically appropriate tree seedlings after forest fires.

HOW REFORESTATION HELPS THE ENVIRONMENT

By planting trees in areas that have been degraded or deforested, reforestation helps the environment by guaranteeing, or accelerating the re-establishment of healthy forest structure by regrowing the forest canopy and preserving biodiversity within the ecosystem.

REFORESTATION BENEFITS

Helps carbon sequestrationby fixing atmospheric carbon dioxide in their leaves, trunks, and roots Removes air pollutants by absorbing them into their leaves and bark Prevents soil erosion by growing roots that hold the soil together Provides habitat for over 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity Acts as natural air conditioners by reducing ambient air temperatures by up to 8° Celsius Reduces the impact of global warming and climate change Helps to protect endangered species Filters our drinking water through their roots Prevents floods and landslides by absorbing water and slowly releasing it via transpiration.

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Learning Centre Day to Day activitys

Group Activity
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Sandpit
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Free Time
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Beeswax Modeling
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Gardening
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Play Time
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Fruit Time
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Farm Visit
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Morning Circle
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Let's Shop
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Let's Shop
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Let's Shop
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Shaniwar Wada
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Spiral
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Ganeshostav
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Diwali
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Christmas
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Annual Day
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Annual Day
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Republic day
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Republic day
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Foundation Day
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High School Program Grade 8-10


CamphillNature continues into high school mentoring through the experiential approach of learning.

National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) board can be answered by registration to 10 grade.
CamphillNature is an Holistic Learning Centre and is not affiliated to any board directly.

Contact Us


Sr No. 37, Tukai Nagar,
Near Sai Mandir Road, Chetna Sweets Lane,
Kalepadal, Hadapsar Pune, 411028

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