CONSTANTIA WALDORFPopular Featured
Constantia Waldorf School has a profound respect for the individuality of every child. Our curriculum and teaching approach fosters the children’s healthy development, stimulating their enthusiasm for learning and challenges the adolescent’s emerging faculties of critical judgment.
Constantia Waldorf School with its spacious grounds, is nestled securely amongst rolling hills, with a magnificent view of the east side of our famous Table Mountain. It is within easy reach of Cape Town’s southern suburbs.
The school supports and encourages the vital role that parents play in the education of their children, and seeks to work closely with them. Parents are encouraged to give active support to the quality of the education by helping their children enjoy imaginative and healthy activities at home, rather than watching television and playing computer games.
What qualities will our children require- not merely to cope, but to flourish, in a rapidly changing world?
We believe they will need to be self-reliant, innovative, imaginative, flexible, questioning, socially responsible and compassionate. They will need to be articulate and able to communicate, both by listening to others and by finding the right way to speak their minds.
We offer a learning environment, which safeguards the wholesome unfolding of childhood into adulthood.This unites intellect, heart and will to provide the insight and develop the empathy and capacities needed for a peaceful, sustainable future.
At Constantia Waldorf School we aim to make all the lessons a preparation for life-long learning, tertiary education and the work place. The Western Cape Education department has affirmed the school’s exceptional track record of high achievements. Full matriculation passes and many distinctions have been sustained since the early 1990’s.
Like all Waldorf schools, our children come from different social and cultural backgrounds, with differing gifts and abilities. They share an integrated International Waldorf curriculum from Toddler Groups to the Matriculation year.
- Parent & Toddler Group 1 – 3 year olds
- Toddler Group 2 – 3 year olds
- Playgroup 3 – 4 year olds
- Kindergarten: 4 – 6 year olds
- Primary School: Classes 1 – 7
- High School : Classes 8 – 12
- Matriculation Year: Classes 13
- Supportive Education: first and second-languages, mathematics, study skills, curative Eurythmy, rhythmical massage, art therapy, occupational therapy, and child and family counseling.
- After school care
Dedicated teachers care for our children and strive daily to fulfil their task as educators.
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