Parent feedback: Our kids are strong.

2021-10-13T12:52:10+02:00October 13th, 2021|Parents|

Yesterday I was asked for feedback on the last school term. I could have written about Ruby's Class 10 Working in the World experience, where she got to spend 2 weeks shadowing people in cool professions, Rachael's Cl 12 thesis and rockstar presentation, or Lyra's Cl 3 house building project and food garden which inspired [...]

Class 10: Work in the World

2021-10-12T17:03:10+02:00October 12th, 2021|News, Parents|

Recently our Class 10 students went out into the world to experience the World of Work. One of our parents shared this feedback received: Hello Class 10 Parents and Teachers, Evette and I are feeling so proud and humbly grateful towards the Waldorf school system who contributed such a lot towards the development of our [...]


2018-03-23T12:47:42+02:00March 16th, 2018|Parents|

It’s all in a hard day’s play at Stellenbosch Waldorf School for lucky little ones aged three to six years old. Here, all activities are centered and focused on the child. EAT Mealtimes are reverent occasions where children assist with preparations, for example; by taking turns to pick fresh produce in the school’s garden, walking [...]

Reflections from a Reluctant Painter

2017-06-29T17:11:47+02:00September 22nd, 2016|Parents|

I had heard with relative interest, about these groups where parents in our school gather to explore creativity, expression and paint together. There was something of a curiosity in me about these sessions and particularly how do people overcome their unease and ‘show up’? Where do they find the courage to risk making marks, in [...]

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