The Grade 1 children arrived on Wednesday 24 June to showcase what they want to be when they grow up. Rock stars, DJs, doctors, pilots… see if you can guess who is who from the pics. Continue reading
The Grade 1 children visited the Pietermaritzburg Fire Station on Tuesday 23 June. Station Officer Pro Maharaj showed the children around the fire station, during which history was made! Continue reading
It’s been a bumper second term at Maritzburg Prep. The junior primary children have all had a full season of boys soccer and girls hockey, and have represented the school so well at tournaments and fixtures around the city. Art and music continue to form a big part of the school curriculum, with the school winning the competition at the Royal Show for the third time. Here are a few highlights of what has been going on… Continue reading
Every year Maritzburg Preparatory School showcases a wide variety of art at the Royal Show from our talented kids, and this year is no different. Continue reading
On Friday 29 June the pre-school children came to school dress up as what they “want to be when they grow up”. At morning assembly Auntie Cheryl asked a few questions to each of the children.
“I’m a tografa!” [Photographer] enthused one 5-year-old.
“I’m going to be a pilot and fly my aeroplane like Mr Mouton!” explained another.
If you ask any child at Maritzburg Prep why Fridays are awesome – they’ll tell you either “Hotdogs!” or “Clubs!”
Here are some of the highlights from bike club last week. Continue reading
The Grade 1 and Grade 3 girls started their 2015 hockey matches with home games against Bisley and Ridge respectively. All the teams played exceptionally well. Lots of passion and skill on display for enthusiastic parents on the side of the field!
The Grade 1 & 2 girls travelled to Cowan House for a range of fun activities on Thursday 19 March. Continue reading
The annual MPS gala took place on Friday 6 March. For the first time this year, the Grade 2 and Grade 3 age group were combined for an hour-long showcase for parents, from 10.30am to 11.30am.
Staff concentrated efforts towards developing children’s ability to swim with greater buoyancy and assurance.
All the children progressed exceptionally well over the preparation period and every one of them present got in the water. Watch out for these future Olympians! Continue reading