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Grade 1-7 Science Fair

Well done to all the students on their very clever and interesting science projects!. There were so many different things to see and experience.  From “Lemon Electricity” to “Electrolysis”, “Volcanoes” and “Green Living”   The passion and thought behind every project is inspiring to see. Maria 

Spring time at MMH

Freshly planted gardens Blossoms in the trees Insects flying through the air Gathering for teas Children playing hopscotch Kite tails in the sky Bunnies in the meadow Bluebirds flying by Raindrops on the tulips Clovers on the ground Dandelions blowing through the wind And family 

Term 1 Highlights

As the end of term approaches, let’s reflect on some of MMH’s highlights:  Special Person’s Tea. Book Week with Hooked on Books show for Preschool and Primary School. Dress up as your favourite book character.

Upper Primary Camp

This year, for the annual adventure camp, we took our children to Kwalata Lodge in the Dinokeng Game Reserve. All activities were well planned and tightly controlled by the facilitators. Amongst the activities were a game drive, mud bath, obstacle courses, dance to marimbas, beadwork, Blind 

Term 2 Highlights

Term 2 saw a science fair with a difference. It was a fashion show, where outfits were made of recycled materials. There were a great variety and very creative fashion pieces. Sports day was a special hit as this time, there were fewer games and