Imhoff Indaba News

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    • Farewell Letter from Joy Levin

      Farewell Letter from Joy Levin

      I have been at Imhoff Waldorf on and off for the last 11 years. It has been a spiritual home for me, my son, and a connection to a full feeling of community. During my …Read More »
    • Introducing Caroline – Replacing Joy in the Kindergarten

      Introducing Caroline – Replacing Joy in the Kindergarten

      I am happy to announce that Caroline Joseph will be replacing me as a kindergarten teacher in my class next year. Although it has been very difficult to conceive not spending every morning with these …Read More »
    • Four Unique Aspects of a Waldorf Kindergarten

      Four Unique Aspects of a Waldorf Kindergarten

      Why does it feel so different, so special, in a Waldorf Kindergarten?  There is a peaceful quiet under the hum of activity and focus, the teachers speak and sing softly and the children move about …Read More »
    • Class 2 Pedagogy

      Class 2 Pedagogy

      In Class 2 the children are deepened and enriched from what they had previously learnt in Class 1 and preschool. They are in their development more aware of what happens around them. Grade 2 is …Read More »
    • Class 5 camp in the Cederberg

      Class 5 camp in the Cederberg

      The 24 children in Class 5 experienced four very special nights camping under the stars in the wilderness of the Cederberg Mountains. Thanks to our parents – Debbie, Pierre, David, Christine, Alison, Linda and Gerald …Read More »
    • Farewell to Glenda

      Farewell to Glenda

      Glenda has been an integral part of the life of Imhoff Waldorf  School. She has always involved herself completely in every aspect of the school. She  has carried a deep commitment in her being to …Read More »
    • Farewell Letter From Glenda

      Farewell Letter From Glenda

      At this time of each year an important gathering of our Kindergarten and Primary School teachers takes place. Our newly appointed Class 1 teacher (Shelby Hadwen) is an integral part of this meeting as we …Read More »
    • Class 7 Play: ‘Gallileo Galilei’

      Class 7 Play: ‘Gallileo Galilei’

      The Class 7’s of 2017 shared a brilliant performance of the play ‘Gallileo Galilei’ on a chilly Wednesday evening in October. From the moment one walked into the Movement Room, one was transported back in …Read More »
    • Farewell to Mary-Anne, Class 7 teacher

      Farewell to Mary-Anne, Class 7 teacher

      You have been an inspiration to the teachers at Imhoff Waldorf School for the kind, caring and conscientious way in which you hold both your students and colleagues.  Your love of music and singing will continue to …Read More »
    • The joys of teaching handwork

      The joys of teaching handwork

      I love seeing the children in a completely new light in handwork sessions. Some children surprise themselves and their peers with their capacity to do intricate handwork and their willingness to persevere. This is a …Read More »
    • Bilqis Pandey, our new Teacher Assistant

      Bilqis Pandey, our new Teacher Assistant

      We are delighted to welcome Bilqis Pandey to the Imhoff Waldorf School as our Assistant Teacher in January 2018. For the past year Bilqis has been an assistant teacher at Michael Oak where she has …Read More »
    • Class 8 Camp at Breede Escape, Bonnievale

      Class 8 Camp at Breede Escape, Bonnievale

      This camp was wonderful and relaxed; there were many bonding activities, swims, conversations, amazing meals and shooting stars. – Mila The camp was different from my previous school camps. Everyone seemed to grow up and …Read More »
    • Class 9 Petervale Camp Highlights

      Class 9 Petervale Camp Highlights

      Camp was epic, it was nice and chilled. I enjoyed spending time with my mates. We had so much fun canoeing and the place was so beautiful and peaceful. We were surrounded by nature, no …Read More »
    • Class 10 Parsival Experience

      Class 10 Parsival Experience

      The Class 10s were feeling bereft of not having a Parsival Main Lesson next year due to the closure of the High School. Since they are of the most kind-hearted, wise young people I have …Read More »
    • Vanessa is looking for work next year

      Vanessa is looking for work next year

      Vanessa Sijore, who has been the housekeeper at the high school for the last five years has been retrenched as of the 8 December when the high school closes its doors. She has been a …Read More »
    • Our New Land

      Our New Land

      Dragon Tree Project Update I was inspired while walking on the new land, which is going to be the home of Imhoff Waldorf School in the near future. The land is looking absolutely beautiful at …Read More »