Archive | March, 2019

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Highlighting Creativity

One of the many beautiful renderings by the children for the Class 6 play that was performed on the 14th of March 2019.   Blackboard art by Teacher Sandra for Teacher Ester’s Afrikaans Main Lesson in Class 7 Teacher Bonnie’s class illustrated their books beautifully during their main lesson on Creation. Teacher Belinda’s Class 5’s […]

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Proteas

We thank you

Thank you to all parents, through the years, who have helped us to grow and transform our school. We have deep gratitude for all your help and support right now, with the planning and transitions taking place as we speak, and we appreciate, in advance, your help in the future.

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Easter Festval

First Term Easter Festival

We celebrate festivals to connect the children with the rhythms of nature. Rudolf Steiner attached particular significance to the celebration of festivals because the cycles of nature represent the many inner and outer cycles of human life, birth and death. The end of the first term is marked by our Easter/Harvest Festival. The Harvest Festival […]

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Child development and science

Child development and the teaching of science

Waldorf education works with the developmental stages of growth in children. The harmonious unfolding of the personality depends on the healthy maturation of each developmental stage, and each progression builds upon the one before it. Strengthening a child’s later cognition in science begins with the building of a strong foundation in the early years, initially […]

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Zip Zap

Zip Zap Circus

  Please come and enjoy this amazing show! And spread the word. The Greatest Little Circus Show (2 hours of excellent entertainment for the family) 12 pm OR 4 pm on Sunday, 14th April 2019. R120 per ticket (free entry for children 3 years and younger) Zip Zap Circus School Dome, Founders Garden, Jan Smuts […]

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The Olympic Flame

Greek Olympics

CLASS 6 GREEK OLYMPICS On the 21st and 22nd of February, the class 6s set off to Stellenbosch Waldorf School for the annual Greek Olympics.  The Greek Olympics symbolises the official end of class 5 where Greek mythology and Greek history come to a close and is celebrated with a day of ancient Grecian events […]

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Aftercare is Available for You

Pre-School Aftercare Rhythm In Waldorf, we often speak about rhythm and each teacher creates a rhythm for his/her own class. In aftercare, the rhythm is also very important and gives the children a great sense of security. I would like to share the pre-school aftercare daily rhythm with you. 12.30pm – children are brought to […]

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The Crafting Circle is in Full Swing

The Crafting Circle meets every Monday from 1 pm to 3 pm in our Kindergarten class. All the craft that is made will be sold at our Spring Fair. We would love to see you there. It’s really lots of fun and rewarding on many levels. And it’s not only for Mom’s, but we would […]

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Old Work Party

Playgroup Work Party

What a beautiful morning was had at our First playgroup work party, held last week Tuesday. Thank you dear Playgroup parents for organising and contributing in true Waldorf style to making the morning a success. What I love about Imhoff work parties is they are a real community effort. Everyone brings their own special magic […]

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IWS 100 POSTER

100 deeds for Waldorf 100

Our school theme is 100 deeds for Waldorf 100 To celebrate the centenary of Waldorf Education, we chose to perform 100 good deeds to commemorate each year of our movement’s existence. We plan to nurture and serve our school, our greater community and our planet by carrying out these deeds.  Each class will decide on ten […]

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Access drawing Final

Into the forest we go

This is an exciting year for us as we prepare to move from our current location to our own land. As shared at our Welcome Event, the College of Teachers and the Board of Management are focusing on moving the entire school into simple and affordable structures. The first tangible development for the school as a whole will be accessing our current site […]

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