Archive | January, 2018


A special welcome to all new families who joined us this year

Toddler Group: Brennan Aron, Daisy Blade, Polly Dopke, Bayaan Reddy Oliver Howell, Kim Robins, Desmond Schallert, Ella Steyn Playgroup: Hayden Frith, Jetta Joffe, Lyra Robinson, Saba Roche, Drew Stephens, Khaya Malvicini Kindergarten: Adam Dehning, Joshua Heyne-Nicol, Dia Robinson, Vera Schallert, Mila Zeederberg, Tristan Denisson, Zea Solomons, Nicholas King, Tia Moran Class 1: Sasha Moran, Margot […]

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First Assembly for the new Class 1’s

The new Class 1’s were led to assembly by their teacher, Shelby and their Class 7 buddies. This was a special occasion for Class 1 as they stepped over the threshold into Primary School. They were warmly welcomed by the children who sang a song “Making New Friends and Keeping The Old” and their buddies […]

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Welcome to Playgroup – A Place to Work and Play

What a beautiful group of children we have received this year into our Playgroup. It is a joy to come to school each day and watch the children use the capacity of their will and initiative to work and play and create their own inner world and play it out before us. Rudolf Steiner says […]

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Managing the Water Crisis

With the water crisis in Cape Town deepening, Imhoff Waldorf School is obliged to take drastic measures to reduce our water consumption. We are working towards being totally independent of municipal water. We will continue to keep you updated weekly. We thank you for your support in being water wise and continued support of the […]

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Keith Struthers

A Big Year for the Dragon Tree Project

As we enter one of the warmest months of summer, we are reminded even more of the dire situation we are facing in Cape Town. The drought has become such a reality for each and every family in the Western Cape. And with day Zero looming, it is even more evident that our Eco-School is […]

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How can I support my child in isiXhosa and Afrikaans?

During the annual Sharing Conference held from 16 to 18 January at Michael Oak Waldorf, Nomamela (our isiXhosa teacher) and I had a taste of working in a language we do not know very well. Not only did the isiXhosa and Afrikaans language teachers have to learn new vocabulary words and sentences in each others’ […]

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Work Party

This year our Work Party was focused on the recycling area, water sustainability and creating shady outside areas for the children. Not to mention gardening, general maintenance and cleaning up after the long school holidays. To all parents and children who came to rake and prune, saw and hammer, oil jungle gyms and dig and cement poles: A […]

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Open Day - Saturday 17th February

Open Day – Saturday 17th February

The morning will begin at 09h30 with informative talks from both Pre and Primary School faculties, with a special focus on languages in the Waldorf curriculum. Refreshments will be served. Thereafter the classrooms will be open for viewing with teachers available to answer any questions. For further information please call 021 783 3056 or email […]

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Constantia Waldorf Fair

The fair begins at 10am, with a parade by all the school children at 10.30am followed by the traditional maypole dance at 11am. Other entertainment comes in the form of a stilt walker, jugglers and magicians, student performances, and live performances by Chloe Spreckley, Rosie Bruce of the Cameron Bruce Collective and DJ Simon on […]

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