High School Drama and Afrikaans Teacher

2022-05-20T12:05:21+02:00May 20th, 2022|Job Offers|

This is a call for an inspired High School Drama and Afrikaans Teacher, who would like to teach in a creative environment, at an independent school linked to a global education impulse. If you know yourself to be resilient and a conscientious, self-sufficient teacher who is also able to work within a group to strive [...]

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Why we do Handwork in Early Childhood

2022-03-16T13:27:54+02:00March 16th, 2022|Announcement, News|

Working with our hands can bring many gifts to us. Music, the arts, practical daily tasks, the feeling of a warm handshake, but to name a few. When our hands are sensitive, skilful and strong we can start feeling a sense of confidence in our ability to become capable independent individuals. The Waldorf curriculum strives [...]

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Class 9 Play: As You Like It

2021-11-30T16:39:07+02:00December 4th, 2021||

Class 9 this year is mounting a version of AS YOU LIKE IT, one of Shakespeare’s pastoral comedies featuring mistaken identity, cross-dressing, a forest, banishment and, of course, LOVE. Although class 9s are few in number this year, they are still tackling a full-scale Shakespeare work, with the help of some class 11s.  Some of [...]

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Advent Celebration & Exhibition

2021-11-26T15:18:27+02:00December 4th, 2021||

On the Saturday, 4 December from 10:00, Stellenbosch Waldorf School will hold a celebration signalling the year drawing to a close and the time of Advent, which is a time of preparation for that which is arriving. The word advent means ‘arrival’. We have experienced a trying year, and through our community coming together, we arrive at a [...]

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100 Years Since The First Waldorf School

2019-04-25T14:24:23+02:00April 25th, 2019|Announcement|

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 [...]

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