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The Imibala Trust, Gail Hattingh School of Ballet and Marvin Park Primary School have collaborated to offer ballet classes to talented learners of the school. The Imibala funds lunch and class tuition for 16 pupils who are part of the programme

Practice sessions takes place on Tuesdays from 14h00 to 15h00.

The children participated in a ballet revue called "The Night at the Oscars"  from the 18th October 2017 to the 29 October at the Playhouse Theatre Somerset West. On the 11th of November they rendered a programme exhibition at the Imibala Restaurant.

Art lessons are included in the curriculum as part of life skills, where the children are given the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of creative exercises, using colour, design and an expansive selection of media and materials.
Some children are given extra art classes at the Imibala Art gallery.

The school choir performs on a regular basis at functions. They are trained by Marisa Van Wyk and Ronel Viljoen of Musaic school of Music as part of their outreach project. The choir performed with Emo Adams at Firgrove Primary School and Hyrim Koopman and Loki Rothman at The Curro School (Firgrove).



The Eco club has been awarded our 2nd Platinum Award for our 8 years of commitment to the Conservation of the Environment and its resources.The club identified the Macassar Concern Project Drive which included food and job creation projects and sport activities.
We organise regular clean-up drives on the beach, a Surfwalk was organised to make learners aware of the effect littering has on the environment and marine animals. The recycling project is an ongoing project. Bottle tops were collected to make wind chimes.Printer cartridges are recycled. Paper are also recycled.
The eco club organises regular field trips to i.e. Kirstenbosch, Soetwater Educational Centre, Melkbos Strand, Iziko Museum, Planetarium, Kogelberg Farm Hostel, Butterfly World, Monkey Town and the Helderberg Nature Reserve.
The school received green flag status for well managed park and green spaces. 
The node coordinator of the project regarding the funding is Ms. Fraya Brett.
The Good News Club at Marvin Primary started about 20 years ago when members  of CEF introduced  the work  of this Bible-centered organization.
The purpose of this club is to evangelize boys and girls with the Living Gospel.We gather once a week after school.Dynamic Bible lessons,creative learning activities,meaningful song,fun and games as well Scripture memory verses form part of the programme.
Our vision is that they will continue growing in their walk with Christ.


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