My child is at a school which follows Curriculum for Excellence, how easily would they fit in to your school?
They should fit in quite easily. The vast majority of new pupils integrate quickly. The underlying intentions of Curriculum for Excellence are closely aligned to many of the principles of Steiner Waldorf education, especially the focus on interdisciplinary learning and project work. New pupils may find they have some knowledge and skills which their Steiner school classmates haven’t yet acquired. But they will also be challenged with new subjects they probably haven’t encountered elsewhere. This isn’t a problem, and new pupils are never pigeon-holed as being ‘ahead’ or ‘behind’—although some pupils may be encouraged to take extra lessons in French or German if they haven’t met these languages before.