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KINDERGARTEN OPEN DAY!

2018-10-01T15:27:06+02:00October 1st, 2018|Uncategorized|

Little ones and their parents are invited to step into the shoes of a Kindergarten child during our Spring Festival Open Day on Saturday 20th October 2018 from 09h30 until 12h00.  Space available immediately in both our Playgroup and Kindergarten classes. For more information please call Janine on 0218813867 or email admissions@waldorfschool.org.za We look forward to [...]

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Tea with toddlers and parents

2018-07-31T09:49:43+02:00July 31st, 2018|Announcement|

The Stellenbosch Waldorf School invites you to come to a place of sharing and learning with like minded parents . . . Enjoy craft, music and a gentle introduction to the Waldorf early childhood experience Facilitated by Rhozynta D'Abbadie, for children aged 12 - 24 months For bookings please contact Althea via email: stellenbosch@waldorfschool.org.za or [...]

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Sisonke Social Circus Fun Family Show

2018-07-27T15:20:41+02:00July 27th, 2018|Announcement|

Stellenbosch Waldorf School Kindergarten and Playgroup proudly presents the Sisonke Social Circus Family Fun Show!  Not to be missed! Date: 01 September 2018 Times: 11h00 and 14h00 Tickets sold at the door: Adults R60, Children R40 Duration: 1 hour Venue: The Shed, Spier Wine Farm, Santa road off Annandale Road, Stellenbosch Enquiries: Althea 0218813867 / stellenbosch@waldorfschool.org.za

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Tea with Toddlers and Parents

2018-05-18T11:06:18+02:00May 18th, 2018|Announcement|

Stellenbosch Waldorf School invites you to come to a place of sharing and learning with like minded parents. Enjoy craft, music, and a gentle introduction to the Waldorf early childhood experience for children aged 12 - 24 months.

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Class 7 Medieval Festival

2018-05-18T10:46:15+02:00May 18th, 2018|Announcement|

On Saturday 12th May, Constantia Waldorf School hosted the 2018 Medieval Festival for Class 7’s from Waldorf schools around the Western Cape.  This annual festival aims to build individual and communal co-operative skills through team tasks, and physical and artistic work, and to give the children the time and space to interact and socialise with [...]

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A few thoughts on Whitsun / Pentecost

2018-05-09T10:42:05+02:00May 9th, 2018|Announcement|

Why celebrate this festival that seems so “Christian”? Why is it of any value? Rudolf Steiner gives some insight into an understanding of the “Inauguration of Waldorf Education” in a lecture called “Education as a Social Problem”, August 16, 1919. “If humanity were not to develop anything else except intellectual intelligence, Man would become an [...]

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High School Sports Day

2018-05-09T10:27:51+02:00May 9th, 2018|Announcement|

Our High School recently held its annual Sports Day.   The weather wasn’t in a sporty mood, however the high school students of Griffon, Pegasus and Phoenix were excited and the day could not have been cancelled due to a few clouds. As is tradition, the event was started off with the daunting 800m run which [...]

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Harvest Market

2018-05-02T12:33:38+02:00April 25th, 2018|Announcement|

Saturday morning, 21 April 2018,  arrived with the landscape washed clean and clear, the air as crisp as a red autumn apple.  Slowly but surely the school grounds filled up with traders, children and their parents bringing their gifts and talents to share. What a morning! With goods and food as varied and beautiful as [...]

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Saturday 21 April is Harvest Market at our school!

2018-04-11T09:30:19+02:00April 11th, 2018|Announcement|

The celebration of the changing of seasons brings with it the opportunity to connect, not only to our children, but also with the very important rhythms of nature. During the Harvest Festival, the produce of the earth is gathered and labours recognised in a celebration.  The oranges, reds and yellows have burst into flame.  The [...]

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Easter Festival

2018-04-11T09:34:14+02:00March 23rd, 2018|Announcement, Festivals|

What does Easter mean? Like most festivals Easter has its origins in pre-Christian times. Our ancestors believed that the sun died in Winter and was born anew in Spring. Winter was a time of hardship and hunger when trees and fields were bare and animals were hibernating. When the days started to lengthen and the [...]

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