4 Marlow Road
Kenilworth
Cape Town
7708
+27 21 797 9728
info@michaeloak.org.za
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2023 SCHOOL TERMS

TERM 1:   Tuesday, 17 January - Friday, 24 March

TERM 2:   Wednesday, 12 April - Friday, 23 June

TERM 3:   Tuesday, 18 July - Friday, 22 September

TERM 4:   Tuesday, 10 October - Friday, 8 December


 

MATRIC RESULTS :  Class of 2021

100% pass  and 100% Bachelors pass

Out of a possible 132 subject As, Michael Oak students attained 44 subject As and 48 subject Bs, giving us a total of 92 subjects scored between 70 and 100%

Four of our learners achieved an A aggregate:

Tom Foster (our Dux student) with an average of 87,1%

Ella Swart with an average of 82,5%

Aadam Ernest with an average of 81,5%

Vulikhaya Mthembu-Salter with an average of 80,2%

Special mention:  Lily Esterhuizen who achieved 99% for Art.

Congratulations to all our 2021 students (and their parents!),

and our matric teachers on the excellent 2021 results!

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2022   TERM DATES AND TIMES AT A GLANCE

    

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Education for the world of tomorrow

Michael Oak Waldorf School seeks to awaken the whole child towards creative responsibility, developing confident, balanced individuals empowered to work with the challenges of today and tomorrow.

Michael Oak is a diverse coeducational school from Playgroup to Matric. It is one of 16 Waldorf Schools in South Africa and more than 1000 worldwide. Established in 1962, Michael Oak has around 430 pupils at Nursery, Primary and High school levels situated on our campus in the heart of Kenilworth, Cape Town.‚Äč 

Beginning in the Nursery, in a welcoming and beautiful environment, the children’s days are filled with artistic and practical work, imaginative play, fairy tales, music, circle games and healthy outdoor play. Although there is no formal intellectual work at this stage, the children acquire numerous skills that provide a firm foundation for on-going development.

The Primary School and High School draw on an internationally successful Waldorf curriculum designed to meet the child’s emotional, spiritual and intellectual needs at each age. Based on a profound understanding of human nature, the curriculum covers all the required subjects and is adapted to our African context.

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