Imhoff Waldorf School is excited to announce that we have been given the official go ahead to begin the building and development of our new school as part our Dragon Tree Project (DTP). What this means is that our Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval process has been awarded to us and cannot be retracted, as […]
Some of our Class 11 students will be performing at this wonderful event at the Baxter Theatre next Saturday, 29th October from 4pm. Alex Silberbauer and Izzy Dooley have written and will perform original monologues. Jessica Moss will be singing and Sinoxolo Nazo will perform a poem. Alex and Indiana Wells in Matric will have […]
Congratulations to the Class 11s who were nominated for Best Actress (Izzy Dooley), Best Actor (Thokozani Pakati), Best Script (written by the students) and Best Director (Charisse Louw) in the High School Drama Festival at Artscape.
A reminder for parents not to park their cars beyond the first gate on the farm – it is hazardous for the children walking to contend with traffic. We request that parents park before the first gate and if your child is younger than 10 to accompany them to school. If parents need to pick […]
Join the TALENT EXCHANGE – this a remarkable and wonderful system of exchanging talents. Talents is part of a revolutionary and green Community Exchange System where people pay for services with Talents instead of Rands. Once you become a member you can go onlne and search for activities or services, such a lawyer or counsellor […]
Our recycling continues to improve, with each classroom now adopting paper bins within their classrooms. Children are recycling their waste within the classroom setting which we hope will be more effective. Compost bins in each classroom are the next step, which can then go to feeding the worms. Class 6’s have been making mosaic signs for […]
The wind generator has finally been successfully combined with our solar power and can be switched on and off by the admin staff. We are endeavouring to use both solar and wind as natural sources of energy. It has been an interesting journey and one that staff are continually learning about.
Stefanie has a worm bin in her kindergarten garden which is being very successfully managed. A worm farm has been established for the primary school, which is sustained by all the primary school compost. There is an amazing vegetable garden behind the Class 3 classroom, which is watered with a rain tank. Class 3’s are learning […]
The staff and some dedicated parents have been working hard at establishing our first grassed field at Imhoff Waldorf School. A big thank you to all the parents who have been involved in making the school’s dream of a grass field come true. The challenge will be keeping the grass alive during the summer and we […]
At the end of 2011 Imhoff Waldorf School was awarded the Eco-School flag by WESSA for our ongoing commitment to environmental issues and dedication to sustainability. We chose the birthday celebration of Rudolf Steiner on Monday, 27 February as a great time to raise this flag. We were awarded the green flag again for 2013 […]