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About our Primary School

Marist Brothers Linmeyer Primary School Principal - Mr Tony Williams

Mr Tony Williams
Primary School Principal

The Primary School aims to provide quality, relevant and innovative education for children from Grade PR to Grade 7. Our caring environment fosters learning and personal growth, by way of a dynamic curriculum taught by an enthusiastic, dedicated team of educators. Class numbers are relatively small and a well-balanced programme exists to meet the needs of each individual whilst providing a healthy element of competition which encourages each learner to do the best with their gifts. Catholic, gospel values form the basis for every aspect of learning. Respect, tolerance and understanding of all other faiths and cultures is encouraged.

We follow the ISASA three term calendar. All learners entering Marist Brothers Linmeyer are required to do a formal age appropriate assessment. Successful applicants then meet with the HOD and Principal. This is followed by an Open Day where parents and learners are invited to the school to meet with the Staff. The learners are given a guided tour of the school to familiarise themselves with the environment.

We continue to equip our educators with laptops and iPads which are essential tools enabling effective communication and content creation for class lessons.

A co-curricular computer programme is offered at the Primary School.



Marist Brothers Linmeyer Primary School students having lunch

A dynamic curriculum is taught by an enthusiastic, dedicated team of educators using interactive whiteboards and iPads     A co-curricular computer programme is offered at the Primary School

Quality, relevant and innovative education is provided

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