We hope to cultivate an appreciation and awareness for the diverse and unique ecosystem around us, both above and below the ground, bringing about a sense of ‘Biodiversity Stewardship’ and a responsibility towards leaving this legacy for those who follow.
In order for us to enhance our vision of an Educational Hub on one campus, we have a bold development plan in place: to provide students from the age of 12-months up until their Grade 12 year with a quality independent education, enhanced by a range of academic and sporting facilities.
2018 and to the future
-The 2020 Campus Capital Campaign was launched in September 2018, with a fundraising target of R8.4-million to build 8 new classrooms for the College. Click here to read more.
-Shortly thereafter, a commitment of R3-million was received, enabling construction to begin on 19 September 2018.
-Work is currently underway, with a joint team from Waterfall Schools and Focus on iThemba continuing the fundraising appeal.
-The 4km Insele (or Honey Badger) Trail was opened in June, offering walkers, runners and cyclists a scenic tour of the iThemba Campus, with some challenging sections along the way.
-31 January: The Intermediate Phase opened its doors and welcomed its first boys and girls – over 90 in total.
-Road infrastructure to be improved on campus.
-Fundraising continues for the additional classroom block for the swimming pool and science block.
-Construction began on the Intermediate Phase building for Grades 4 to 7 and was completed towards the end of the year.
-The new sports field adjacent to the Pre-Primary and Prep was complete.
-Our basketball and netball courts adjacent to the College were officially opened.
-New jungle gym erected near the Prep field.
-Our Campus Café opened opposite the hall with the Uniform Shop located next door.
-The Foundation Phase of the Prep was opened in January.
-Phase One of the Waterfall Preparatory School Building was completed on campus, and will be ready to receive students from Grade R to Grade 3 in 2017. This beautiful school building is perfectly situated overlooking the Valley of a Thousand Hills. The school boasts large classrooms, modern technology in classrooms, as well as a beautiful jungle gym for students to enjoy.
-A field was developed outside the Waterfall Pre-Primary School building, for students to explore the great outdoors.
-The road at the main entrance of our campus was tarred, smoothly welcoming guests and parents to our campus.
-Development commenced on our sports field and indigenous wetland for the Preparatory School. This is set to be fully completed in 2017.
-Plans to move the established Waterfall Pre-Primary School onto our campus were made. A new state-of-the-art pre-school building was completed on campus, and received students in 2016. The U-Shaped building has large classrooms, perfect for creativity and learning through play. The school includes a large kitchen, where little ones receive daily meals, a hall for aftercare, and a modern, custom-designed outdoor jungle gym and AstroTurf play area.
-The main entrance on campus was re-developed, including entrance gates, a guard room, new walls and outdoor signage.
-Waterfall College moved to the 41-acre campus where it currently resides. The old All Africa Bible College premises were suitably renovated for the school.
-The campus, planted with over 1000 indigenous trees, is an ideal hub for education to flourish. The school has consistently grown, through building a new sports field to complement the school’s outdoor programme and leadership training initiatives. Consumer Studies kitchens and a new Media Resource Centre have been added, high-speed wifi to classrooms installed and new paved pathways constructed around the school. Often on clear days, small groups of senior school students are seen working outside, enjoying the sunshine and panoramic views.