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100 Club Winner

The brainchild of former Imhoff parent, Tamzin Shaw, the 100 Club has been running for a few years. The profits go towards building our new school – The Dragon Tree Project – and along the way, the school has joyfully given many winners R10 000 each. The draw held in the first term on Thursday […]

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Our 100 Club

The brainchild of former Imhoff parent, Tamzin Shaw, the 100 Club has been running for a few years. The profits go towards building our new school – The Dragon Tree Project – and along the way, the school has joyfully given many winners R10 000 each. Come watch the draw on Thursday 15th March at […]

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Dragon Tree Project Update

Dragon Tree Project Update

Rain brings hope, and so the thunder and lightning show we saw this month brought more than a spectacular show. It also reminds us that we are not alone on this journey on earth, but rather that we are connected to all earthly creatures and we are all dependent on her resources. As you may […]

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A story worth telling

Last weekend we were blessed with some rains, and during the week some more. The high temperatures matched with humidity culminated in a spectacular thunderstorm on Tuesday night. Besides the relief that comes with the earth cooling down after a hot day, the first drops that fell caused quite the stir. At Sun Valley Mall […]

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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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The start of things to come

It’s summer in Cape Town and now, more than ever, we have to respect our environment. The drought has hit us all hard and it has become a general custom in Cape Town to share and rejoice in news of each and every raindrop that falls. Nature also shows its gratitude, graciously responding with new […]

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The next chapter of Imhoff Waldorf School’s story

It is a truly rare phenomenon when a conversation amongst like-minded people becomes a reality. This is the story of Imhoff Waldorf School. In 1996 a few concerned parents gathered to discuss the future of their children. They wanted their children to learn about, live close to and respect nature. The Waldorf curriculum offered a […]

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New land for Imhoff Waldorf School (Article from The Echo)

Excitement is in the air at the Imhoff Waldorf School as a pristine 3-hectare piece of land on Imhoff Farm will soon be home to its new eco-friendly school. Since its humble beginnings in 1996, with just one classroom and one teacher, the school has thrived and now has a Parent- and-Child Circle, where parents […]

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Dragon Tree Project Update

The Dragon Tree Project is quietly taking shape, as we move closer to building our Primary School’s new home. As you may know, our transfer papers to our new piece of land have finally come through in September. This affirms the start of our new season of erecting our buildings. The beautiful piece of land […]

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Dragon Tree Project Call to Parents for Active Resource

The Imhoff Waldorf School is excited to share that our Dragon Tree Project is gathering momentum behind the scenes.  For those of you who are new to the term, the Dragon Tree Project is Imhoff Waldorf’s School Building and Development project. Over the past 6 years the School’s Board of Managers (BOM), together with a […]

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We’ve Bought Land

It is with great excitement and gratitude that we can announce that Imhoff Waldorf School has bought land at Imhoff Farm designated for construction of the new school premises. Financing of the purchase has been secured through Imhoff Campus – our development partners who have similarly confirmed purchase of the adjacent portion of land, with […]

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The Dragon Tree Project: one step closer to success

Imhoff Waldorf School is excited to announce that we have been given the official go ahead to begin the building and development of our new school as part our Dragon Tree Project (DTP). What this means is that our Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval process has been awarded to us and cannot be retracted, as […]

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