The school is run in a collegial manner, this means that the school’s teachers run all details of the school, including the festivals.

The Headmistress

The headmistress runs the school and oversees all of the administrative areas.
She is the administrator between the school and the association, which runs the school.
She is the guarantor of all of the pedagogical projects.

The Teachers

All of the teachers are trained by the Waldorf Steiner pedagogical system.
The teacher for the lower section is responsible for a class of around 12 children between the ages of two and three and a half.
The teacher for the upper section is responsible for a class of around 16 children between the ages of three and a half and six.

The Assistants

Each section has a classroom assistant. The assistants are young German students who have chosen to do work placements in a French institute. They are recruited and receive training from an organisation called « Freunde der Herziehungskunst R. Steiner » which trains them in the pedagogy of Waldorf Steiner. They also help with the schools maintenance outside of school hours.

The school cleaner

The school cleaner is responsible for all areas of hygiene in the school and vigorously respects the standards set in place by the French authorities.
This attentive care is particularly important and does, all the more, strengthen the environment’s quality of children.


Pascale Zembok

Pascale Zembok

Headmistress and teacher of the upper section (french)

Pascale Zembok was born in France, in the town of Troyes on the 10th of April 1955.
She attended the conservatory of music where she studied the violin between 1962 and 1971.
Pascale discovered the Steiner pedagogical system in 1976.
She was a schoolteacher for four years at the Perceval de Troyes School, where she taught music and art until 1995.
Between 1995 and 2003 she was the headmistress of Mulhouse kindergarten schools situated in Alsace. During her time here she did teacher training with the Mulhouse CFEJE from 2001 until 2010 and received an EJE state diploma.
Between 2003 and 2010 she was the coordinator of a Kindergarten with 80 children and her specialist subject was in musical awakening.
From 2010 until present she became the headmistress of the Waldorf Steiner School in Beausoleil.

Guenaelle Loncin

Guenaelle Loncin

Teacher of the lower section

Née en Suisse en 1991, elle vit ensuite dans plusieurs pays : en Belgique, en Allemagne et actuellement en France. Jusqu’à la fin de ses études primaires, elle bénéficie de la pédagogie Steiner-Waldorf.

Passionnée par l’humain, de 2009 à 2014, elle entreprend un master en psychologie clinique à Bruxelles et y approfondit le développement de l’enfant et sa famille. Durant ses études de psychologie, elle réalise à Bruxelles un stage dans une pouponnière Loczy accueillant des enfants de la naissance à l’âge de 7 ans.

Durant cette période, elle continue à pratiquer avec enthousiasme du théâtre, de la danse et du chant.

Parallèlement à ses études, au sein de la crèche écologique « Vive la vie », elle anime des groupes de 10 enfants âgés de 2 à 3 ans.

Elle intègre l’équipe du Waldorf Kindergarten de Beausoleil en mars 2016, avant de prendre la responsabilité du groupe des petits, en septembre 2016.

Parallèlement, elle suit la formation continue en pédagogie Steiner ” petite enfance ”, à Mougins.

Blandine Nowak

Blandine Nowak

English Professor- 3/6 years’ group

Borned in Lyon on December 2nd,1959
Schooling in Monaco – French secondary school diploma in 1976
University Degree in Scotland – Diploma of Master of Arts – Aberdeen University.
Professional trainings in Germany and thereafter in Spain.
Various administrative jobs in Monaco.
Diploma of English Teacher in 2005 – (« Certification enseignante en Anglais »).
English Teacher in a private school in Nice.
2013 -2016: Training on the Steiner Waldorf Education – specialization : early childhood.
2014 – 2016 : training courses at the Waldorf Kindergarten Monaco/Beausoleil,and thereafter in Luxembourg and in Germany. 2016 -2017 : extracurricular childhood in Waldorf Kindergarten Monaco /Beausoleil and English teacher afternoons.

Mother of 4 children, grandmother of 3 grandchildren.
Hobbies :
“I appreciate the simple life, in contact of animals and nature.
I always liked working manually, with a preference for textiles, in particular the weaving.”

Nicole Fleig

Nicole Fleig

Assistant

Eva Elbing

Eva Elbing

Assistant

Vera Steinebrunner

Vera Steinebrunner

Assistant