Monthly Archives: March 2014


Editorial from kindergarten


This has been a long and a fruitful term. My children have settled very well. Our daily routine is now established and our class rules are familiar to them. It is pleasing for me to see how they have grown in one term. They have learnt how to share, care for for each other, and […]

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‘I Don’t Think You Choose To Be A Teacher…’


This was a matter-of-fact comment made by a dear colleague from Michael Oak Waldorf School School at our Regional Council meeting last week. Teachers from all Waldorf Schools in the Western Cape were present. This was in answer to the question, “What made you decide to choose teaching?” As I pondered her answer I realised […]

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