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Girls and boys between the ages of 4 and 6 years learn and play within a happy, caring and supportive environment.

Our little ones are guided by our Marist Characteristics, namely, Family Spirit, Love of Work, In the Way of Mary, Presence and Simplicity.

Our  beliefs are all based on a Catholic ethos while our teaching principles remain firmly rooted in the Marist traditions. We warmly welcome students of all faiths and denominations.

Within the four pillars: Academics, Religion, Sport and Culture, we offer an exciting broad-based educational programme.

Marist Brothers Linmeyer is committed to ensuring that every Pre-Schooler is cognitively, socially and emotionally prepared for Grade 1.
Grade PR Developmental Skills
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Marist Brothers Linmeyer is committed to ensuring that every Pre-Schooler is cognitively, socially and emotionally prepared for Grade 1.

​Our school focuses on ensuring that health and safety measures, during the COVID-19 pandemic, are been practiced.

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Find out what happens during a typical day of a Marist Brothers Linmeyer Preschooler!

It is our hope that each girl and boy uses their curiosity and creativity to express views and feelings with confidence. Our focus will always be to create and develop a lifelong love of learning.

The staff are amazing, very friendly and wonderful with the children.  I am so proud of what we as a Pre-School achieve every single year.

Mrs Gunther

Head of Department - Foundation Phase

“The extra-curricular activities offered at the Pre-School are well balanced, it offers a good variety for boys and girls. This includes ballet, Clamber Club, gymnastics, pottery, cricket, karate, soccer and music. There are also excellent facilities with qualified personnel overseeing the different activities.”

Mrs Ganda, parent





“Marist Brothers Linmeyer Pre-School truly encompasses Catholic family values helping children fulfill their divine potential. They are also prepare them for life by giving the children tools they need to keep on learning throughout the many experiences that will come to them. This School enables students to recognise religion as an important expression of human experience. The School works together with students and parents to ensure well-rounded, spiritually enriched children. My children have been blessed to be a part of such a dynamic school and they have benefitted tremendously from the spiritual knowledge they have gained.”

Mrs Auby, parent


Students are taught the basics of how computers work and how to use them.


Remedial, Speech and Occupational Therapists work with Foundation Phase children during school time.


Our aim is to provide a safe environment where students are encouraged to learn, play and participate in extra-curricular activities.



Remedial, speech and occupational therapists work with Grade PR to Grade 4 students during school time
Stationery for Grade PR to Grade 3
A Learn-to-Swim programme for our Pre-School
A Grade 1 readiness test is conducted in Grade R
Our school Medical and Safety Officer is a qualified paramedic
All Pre-School and Primary School excursions are included
Innovative and advanced IT education
Vision and hearing screening in relevant grades

Marist Brothers Linmeyer students are provided with a sound spiritual foundation on which to base their daily lives.

Our Religious Education programme is designed to suit the needs of our students as part of the secular society in which we all live.

Prayers are said at the start and end of every day as well as at meal times.


Our Pre-School students are continually encouraged to follow Jesus in the Way of Mary.

Prayer and praise is also encouraged through song.

Bible stories are read and shared. Moral lessons from these stories are discussed, encouraging students to be respectful, loving and caring towards one another.

Students are exposed to Catholic religious celebrations as well as those of other religions, so as to encourage acceptance of others.


Marist Brothers Linmeyer places a marked emphasis on social responsibility.

We believe that it should be every student’s goal to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.


Through giving, our students become mindful of other people’s circumstances and start to develop a willing nature – eager to assist where they can.

Each grade across the Primary School selects an Outreach Project for the year. The Pre-School students collect goodies to make up hampers. These are given to each Pre-School Support Staff member as a way of acknowledging them for all that they do.

Our School is also supportive of seasonal and Mini Council requests as well as community needs. We are always thankful to our Marist families who give so willingly and so generously. 


These paid extras take place at the end of each School day

Sport teaches students to work as a team, improves social skills and boosts self-confidence. It also reduces stress, enhances mood and builds healthy bodies and minds.

Please Note

The Pre-School extra murals are “paid” extra murals and do not form part of the School curriculum. All Pre-School extra-curricular activities take place on the School property.

Pamphlets are available from the Pre-School Reception. 

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Contact Details

Head of Department – Foundation Phase

Mrs Gunther

School Phone Numbers

School Landline: 011 435 0646

Aftercare Number: 063 219 2734

Pre-School Times

Grade PR

7.15 – 08.00 – Free play

08.15 – 10.00 – Class

10.00 – 10.30 – Outdoor play

10.30 –  11.30 – Class

11.30 – 12.10 – Indoor play

12.10 – 12.40 – Outdoor play and aftercare children served lunch

12.40 – 13.00 – Class (story time)

Grade R

7.15 – 08.00 – Free play

08.15 – 09.30 – Class

09.30 – 10.00 – Outdoor play

10.00 – 11.40 – Class

11.40 – 12.10 – Outdoor play

12.10 – Aftercare lunch served

12.10 – 13.00 – Class (finishing off and story time)