Archive | September, 2017


Closure of the High School at the End of the Year

Dear Parents and Friends of Imhoff Waldorf School As you are aware, our College of Teachers and Board of Management have spent many hours dealing with the dilemma of low student numbers in our High School as well as the need to relocate by January 2018 as a fire-station is being built on the present […]

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Shelby Hadwen is Appointed Class 1 teacher for 2018

We are delighted to announce that Shelby Hadwen will be the Class 1 Teacher for 2018 at Imhoff Waldorf School. Shelby has been with our school for almost two years as the Primary School Assistant and Aftercare Teacher and has had the opportunity to work closely with our teachers and the Waldorf curriculum as it is experienced through all seven grades. We have had the […]

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TWELFTH NIGHT – Imhoff-island style

Once more, class 9 pulled out all the stops to deliver a glittering, entertaining and fun Shakespeare play which delighted the whole school and fulfilled their major threshold experience of the year. It is a bittersweet moment however, as this will be the last class 9 play for the foreseeable future. Join us in congratulating […]

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Spring Fair 2017!

He didn’t visit this time! At last year’s Fair, He made it nearly impossible to: a) ignore one’s goose bumps and b) acquiesce to children’s demands for ice-cream. The mean old wind, that’s who. The collective let out a sigh on Saturday morning and, after the good omen of fine weather, we could relax into […]

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Class 10 Main Lesson – The Word

We began our three week journey by discussing the power and origin of sounds and words. We were fascinated to see the impact that sound has on the material world as witnessed by the use of Chladni Plates in science or the images recorded by Dr Emoto’s experiments on the molecular structure of water. We […]

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In Memory of Amani Pula

15 September marks the second anniversary of the death of our beloved Amani. Amani, you are still so much in our thoughts and our hearts.  Your shining smile welcomes us as we walk into the high school and see your photo – so alive, so vibrant.  We will never let you die.  We miss you […]

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