Waldorf Education


Our aim is for all full-time teachers to be qualified, Waldorf trained and SACE registered. Without further ado, please meet our Founding teacher.


Kimberley Stuart

Our founding class teacher is Kimberley Stuart, who will be teaching classes 2, 3 and 5, including Afrikaans and Music.

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Kimberley Stuart studied towards her B Ed degree in the foundation and intermediate-phase teaching at the Centre For Creative Education in Cape Town. She also obtained her internationally recognised Waldorf teaching certificate in Waldorf education. Once completing her studies, Kimberley left Cape Town to pursue her Waldorf Primary School teaching career in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Kimberley has four years of Waldorf class teaching experience. 


She was also very involved in music at the school, teaching several class’ music lessons, pioneering and leading the school choir and extramural choir and helping to pioneer the violin programme at her previous school. She is currently studying further to obtain a post-graduate three year, Waldorf, remedial qualification called, ‘The Extra Lesson’ which will enable her to assess and treat children who need extra support both within and out of Waldorf schools. Kimberley’s interests include singing, and she holds her grade eight Royal Schools singing certificate

In her free time, Kimberley loves spending time with her partner and their fur baby, Harvey. Kimberley is passionate about Waldorf education and is looking forward to her new exciting venture at Treow School!





Nobuhle Ndlovu


Nobuhle  has been working as an au pair while studying through UNISA.  She completed her Higher Certificate in Adult Basic Education in 2019 and is currently studying for her Bachelor of Education in Intermediate Phase Teaching.  She has been working with children for over 12 years and is excited to be joining our school as the Zulu second language teacher.