- Wed 22 Feb - Mon 27 Feb
Michael Oak follows the international Steiner curriculum which is one of the fastest growing movements in the world. This holistic curriculum focuses on developing critical and creative thinking in a developmentally appropriate way. Join us at our Open Day on Saturday 25 February from 10h00 – 12h30. Booking is essential.
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- Thu 05 Jan12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Congratulations must go to our 2016 Matric Class for their incredible Matric results! You should all be very proud of yourselves and all that you have accomplished! All of your consistent hard work has paid off.
All of the 24 students received a Bachelors Pass. We have 13 A Aggregates, 9 B Aggregates and 2 C Aggregates! Our students received 95 subject distinctions out of a possible 168.
A huge thank you must go to all of the teachers who have taught you throughout your school career. An extra special thank you must go to all of the Matric teachers for all of the support and dedication that they have given to you throughout your Matric year. Thank you!
Dear Matrics of 2016, we salute you and wish you everything of the best for your future!
- Fri 02 Dec7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Each year, Class 10, as suggested by the Waldorf curriculum, has embarked on the challenge of producing a tragedy from the golden age of Ancient Greek Theatre- one of the supreme achievements at the birth of Western Culture. The Class 10s have produced riveting and moving work each time, and this year’s production promises to be as vivid and enriching.
The story takes place just after the Trojan War, as the Greeks are heading home and depicts the grief of Hecuba, queen of the fallen city of Troy, over the sacrifice of her daughter and the revenge she takes over the added loss of her son. Already suffering from the multiple deaths of her husband and sons in the Trojan War, she tips over into the role of vindictive aggressor, and the play concentrates on the psychological process by which a victim turns into an avenger.
The major theme of the play, other than the misery and desolation caused by war, is that we alone (not the gods or Fate) are responsible for our own sorrows, and that we alone have the means to redeem our lives. There are no gods causing Hecuba’s madness; she is brought low by politics, expediency and greed.
Age rating 13+
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