Stellenbosch Waldorf School invites applications for the position of Primary School isiXhosa Second Additional Language Teacher. This position is available in our Waldorf School situated in the beautiful Cape Winelands. Waldorf training and Waldorf teaching experience is preferable. SACE registration is a prerequisite. Please submit your Curriculum Vitae and motivational letter detailing your experience and [...]
From the whole Stellenbosch Waldorf School community, we wish our Class 13's the best of luck today as you begin your final exams. Know that we support you, and we believe that you are bearing your destiny unshaken.
The High School Faculty would like to invite you to attend Class 10's performance of HECUBA, by Euripides. There is an evening performance on Thursday 19 September at 7.30pm and a performance for the high school (and others) on Friday 20 September at 10am. These will take place in The Shed. PLEASE NOTE - THERE IS AN AGE [...]
The Santa Shoebox Project is a non-profit organization that collects Christmas gifts for the socially disadvantaged children throughout South Africa, by way of a social and community network of families, friends, schools and churches. This project is instrumental in involving people from all walks of life, especially children together with their parents, in giving to [...]
It was an unusually warm winters evening last night - and our students had a wonderful time celebrating our St Johns Festival 2019! There was much excitement and joy as we watched the children walk along the path with their lanterns shining brightly in the dark winters night. Their songs filled the air and brought [...]
The festival of Whitsun, which is 50 days after Easter, is, in part the festival of brotherly and sisterly community, when we strive to come together with a new and developing understanding of each other. Whitsun is each person finding the balance between their own individual freedom and the well-being and furtherance of the community, [...]
Last Friday 10th May Classes 9 and 10 traveled to Hout Bay to do a beach clean-up. The two classes were incredibly enthusiastic and really enjoyed their time at the beach while also doing a wonderful thing for the environment. We were inspired by Greta Thunberg who has used direct action to protest climate change [...]
Wishing all the Mothers in our community a special and lovely Mothers Day this Sunday. We appreciate you. Here are two photos of our Kindergarten creating some beautiful Mothers Day craft. Beautiful work Kindergarten!
This week Tuesday was a key moment in the Waldorf Education movement. On April 23rd, 1919 Emil Molt asked Rudolf Steiner for his help and guidance to start a school for his workers children. It was on April 23, 1919, after a lecture Steiner gave to the factory workers on the 3-fold social order that [...]
Our school celebrated the Easter Festival today. There has been a lot of excited preparation for today...from creating clay eggs, to origami bees and butterfly's, to little bees made out of beeswax and delicious loaves of plaited bread. It is a very special time in our year where we look at what does Easter mean? [...]