Robin Hood

900$ per person

12th July – 17th July 2019
6 – 12 years

Camp focus

This camp, we deploy the story of the English outlaw Robin Hood, to combine learning of different fields. We create space and capacity for building creativity and learning by daily structures, which are formed by Waldorf routines, rituals, and rhythms.

Join, if you like to experience the Art of Waldorf. Beginners will benefit from our balanced curriculum. We balance holistically the development of each child individually, in all spheres, be in its physical, psychological, social or personal self.

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Level of Skill Development

Waldorf and Challenge Beginners

Skill Levels

As we foster children through our Waldorf educational approach to develop holistically, we’d like to give you the following guidance for further observing your child, nurture it with the competencies and skills so that it can grow and develop.

Apply now

Please follow the link below to the online application form for this camp. Apply by filling in the required information and submitting your application.

6 Days
6+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
  • Dress Code
    Weather proof clothing, sturdy footwear
  • Included
    Camp fire
    Outdoor activities
    Outdoor Cooking
    Wilderness Exploration
  • Not Included
    City Sightseeing
    Factory Visit
    Lake tours
    Mountain Exploration
    Museum visits
    River Excursion
    River Exploration
    Waldorf School Visit
Our Shanghai site for experiencing Robin Hood’s challenges playfully is a comfortable and beautiful establishment. It serves a story-based introduction to our specific international ageappropriate (German) Waldorf approach.
Due to the intensive experience, the wilderness exploration, nature, and specific characteristics of World Waldorf Children’s Camp (art and craft activities every day) parents should be prepared that children might dirty their clothes, feet and hands during the day. Counsellors are always involved into these activities and safeguard that children stay healthy and experience the joy that nature and community brings to them. Cellphones are collected by the counselors on the first day and handed out back to the children on the last day. Photos, videos and documentation will be accomplished by professionals, not from the participants, during the camp.