our mission

education

MRP Foundation Schools is a holistic education programme that aims to cultivate educational environments where children can learn effectively, supported by confident teachers in a school that strives for excellence. The programme focuses on four key areas: parent and community involvement; school management and leadership; learner development and educator development. It is designed for learners to unlock and develop their full potential through quality education and holistic interventions including: Physical Education, Maths, Science, English, Creative Arts and Environmental Awareness programmes. 

We understand that to bring about lasting change, we have to work within the education system and in partnership with all key role-players. This means the programme is introduced in annual stages based on a school's commitment and if they have met yearly goals. The programme has been implemented in selected primary and high school clusters from low-income communities across South Africa. 

learning

We supported 62 Early Childhood Development Centres in F2020.

holistic education

77,818 learners benefited from the Schools Programme in F2020.

impact

2,357 educators were empowered with professional skills and content knowledge in F2020.

mrp foundations education footprint

 

MRP Foundation Schools Programme 

These 98 primary schools are part of the MRP Foundation's holistic Schools Programme. Schools clusters are in: Tongaat (20), Hammarsdale (20), QwaQwa (20), Soweto (20) and Mitchell's Plain (18).

Physical Education in schools 

These 18 schools enjoy the physical education component of the MRP Foundation's Schools programme. Schools clusters are in QwaQwa (8), Soweto (5) and Mitchell's Plain (5).

 


Shining bright forever

Remembering Bongiwe, our joyful, faith-filled, courageous Head of Schools

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Teachers shine bright

This World Teachers Day, the MRP Foundation would love to honour all the educators who have been part of our holistic education journey through our Schools Programme

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Reading for the future

International Literacy Day is being celebrated on September 8, to create awareness around the importance of reading in all ages, across the world.

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