Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Cabella School: 2013 Admissions

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Admission to year 1 of Cabella International Sahaja School is open to Sahaja Yogi children around the world, for the 2013/2014 scholastic year.

Cabella International Sahaja School was founded by Shri Mataji and is now in its fifth year. It's a young but already well-establish, dynamic and professional school.

Inspired by the teachings of H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, our mission is to create an educational environment for children of Sahaja Yogi families which provides for the protection of their innocence, the development of their personality and their academic advancement in a pure, ethical and spiritual environment.

We follow the Scottish curriculum for Mathematics and English and the International Primary Curriculum for all other subjects. The IPC is a very motivating curriculum based on an active and international understanding of education (

The teaching of Sahaja Yoga is integrated with the teaching of other subjects like science, society and personal and physical education as part of a holistic and interdisciplinary approach.

The school has an excellent team of teachers and educators, all of them established Sahaja Yogis, committed to the subtle, human, intellectual and physical development of the children and to their own professional development.

We follow the European scholastic calendar and operate from September to June, with holiday breaks for Christmas and Easter.

For more complete information please visit the school website

Prerequisites for Enrolment
1) Only children who have their 6th birthday before 30th April 2014 should apply for admission to year 1.
2) Due to visa restrictions, only children with the right to reside in the Schengen area can be admitted.
3) Admissions for years 2, 3, 4 and 5 will also be considered.
Application Procedure
Please download and complete the Application Form and then send it to us by fax (+ 39 0143 99 123) or email (
School Visits
For further information or if you would lke to visit the school,  please write to the Principal, Antonio Palma,

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