our mission


MRP Foundation Schools is a holistic education programme that focuses on four key areas: parent and community involvement; school management and leadership; learner development and educator development. The model is designed for learners to unlock and develop their full potential through quality education including: Physical Education, Maths, Science, English, Life Skills and Environmental Awareness programmes. 

By partnering with school leadership and management, educators, parents, the community and learners of each school; the programme aims to sustainably transform schools, prepare learners for the future and empower school management and educators. The model is active in selected primary school and high school clusters from low-income communities across South Africa and to ensure the sustainability of the programme, holistic elements are introduced in annual phases. 

You can implement Physical Education in your schools. Download the Physical Education Manual to learn how.


Five MRP Foundation supported schools in KwaDukuza now outperform district, province and national averages in numeracy and literacy by 15-20 percent(based on ANA results).

physical education

Over 300 000 learners from 260 schools nationwide have been impacted through our Sport and Physical Education element of the programme.


Since introducing tablet-based learning as part of the holistic schools model Grade 1 literacy has improved by 23%, Grade 2 by 11% and Grade 3 by 11%.


Jump Start Footprint 

Work readiness and life skills takes place in these training centres and retail stores across the country

Schools part of the MRP Foundation Schools Programme

These schools take part in our holistic education programme, which includes teacher development, physical education, technology-based learning and creative arts.


Physical Education in schools 

These primary and high schools enjoy the physical education component of the schools programme.

Early Childhood Development Centres 

We’ve invested into 31 Early Childhood Development centres in the Hammersdale community of KwaZulu-Natal through our implementation partner, The Unlimited Child.


The sound of music

2 July 2015 Choir learners from a RedCap School are getting ready to celebrate the performing arts at Festival in the Hills.


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