4 Marlow Road
Kenilworth
Cape Town
7708
+27 21 797 9728
info@michaeloak.org.za

School Events

  • Sat 13 Aug
    7:00 pm

    Class 6 parents from Michael Oak Waldorf school in Kenilworth, in a fundraising drive for the school fair, are showcasing a plethora of young and talented students who will present an evening of music, song and dance on the 13th of August at 7pm.

    The show is titled #PlayitSingit. Come and be amazed at the level of sheer talent displayed by our students who, at Nikiwe's memorial, had their audience mesmerised and gobsmacked.

    There's even more this time around. The hall deserves to be full to the brim for this show so please all parents and particularly those belonging to the performers, kindly put your backs into spreading the word to family and friends that this will be a very special evening indeed.

    These young performers have the ability to move your heart and feed your mind and at just 50 bucks for entrance, it's a no-brainer.

    See you there!

  • Thu 04 Aug
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    The Annual General Meeting is an important event in our school calendar.

    The Board of Trustees and College of Teachers invite all parents to attend.

    We review where Michael Oak is at:

    • what have we achieved in the last year
    • our school's financial health
    • our challenges, risks, focus areas and goals
    • Board of Trustees - changes, nominations
    • Any other issues raised plus a breakout discussion. Last year we looked at 3-year goals and challenges. This year we'd like to focus on the main themes raised.

    It is a great occasion to meet all the school teachers and have some quality discussion.

    Refreshments and delicious eats will be served.

    We really look forward to seeing you there!

  • Thu 23 Jun
    7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

    Join us on this special evening when our Parzival initiates share their inspirations and discoveries.

    Parzival, a Grail Quest saga, written in the Middle Ages by Wolfram von Eschenbach, is a classic about finding one's destiny.

    This book has surprising relevance for the 17 year-old. As the students sense their own need to undertake their own life-tasks, responsibilities and destiny, Parzival echoes this search in his undertaking of a mighty and timeless quest. There is a high and noble adventure, with trials to be endured and achievement to be won by all who seek the Ideal. Parzival discovers the need for sacrifice and the placing of his talents in the service of others. The Grade 11 students, endowed with budding idealism, are “ideally” suited to appreciate what Parzival must go through.

    This main lesson is accompanied by a camp experience where the students, as a group, set out on an adventure quest of their own, involving a long and challenging journey. Join us on Thursday when our students will share their experiences.