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      +27 (0)21 797 9728

    Office Hours

    Mon to Fri 7:30-3:30pm (during the school term)

    Our Address

    4 Marlow Road
    Kenilworth, 7708
    Cape Town
    Western Cape
    South Africa

    (or see below)

    School Directory

    Office Hours
    Our regular office hours are 7:30 to 3:30, Monday to Friday.
    During school holidays, the office closes at 2PM.

    General enquiries and reception
    School Secretary: 021 797 9728, ext 9, or

    Reporting an absent child
    WhatsApp message to: 063 073 7042

    Enrolment & Marketing Secretary: 021 797 9728, ext 2, or

    High School
    High School Secretary: 021 797 9728, ext 1, or

    Aftercare Supervisor: 021 797 9728, ext 5, or direct on XXX XXX XXXX
    Aftercare is open from 12:30 to 17:30 during the school term

    Accounts & Finances
    Bookkeeper & Bursar: 021 797 9728, ext 3, or

    School newsletter (The Leaflet)
    Leaflet Team:


    Michael Oak has rolling admissions throughout the year. Parents & Guardians are encouraged to submit applications as early as possible.

    If you have any queries please give us a call on 021 797 9728, or email

    For Admission Information Click Here

    Vacancies (Work at Michael Oak)

    All our vacancies will be posted in the Leaflet, our school newsletter, as well as on the ISASA (Independent Schools Association of South Africa) website.

    If you are interested in learning more about Waldorf pedagogical training, then please contact the Centre for Creative Education.

    Map & Parking

    The main entrance to the school is located at 4 Marlow Rd. Please note that Marlow Rd is very busy during school drop-off and pick-up times. On-street parking is available in Marlow Rd, Gibson Rd and Bolus Ave.

    “The sensory world is the school, without which the human being would never come to the spirit.”

    Rudolf Steiner
    Waldorf School Founder

    “Love starts when we push aside our ego and make room for someone else.”

    Rudolf Steiner
    Founder, Waldorf School movement
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