The culture & sport curriculum forms an essential part of our school programme. We have allocated cultural periods each week that will form part of our Personal Development Programme. We want to create a platform for all our students to enable them to express themselves in a creative way using different genres. The sporting mission of MCS is to provide coaching and sporting/practice facilities for the learners to enable them to play as true sportspersons in “the spirit of the game”.

Music for body-brain integration:
LSL, IGCSE1 and IGCSE 2 attend “Music for Body-Brain Integration” sessions in the music class every Friday. Topics covered include: the importance of breath and sound in stress-release, developing wholebrain learning through brain-integration movement and sound, and the important effect of your own thoughts on your attitude and self-acceptance.

Physical Education
The PE Programme is designed to provide purposeful activities that will develop fundamental motor skills. These form the building blocks for development of skills in areas such as dance, drama, soccer, athletics, games, ball handling and swimming. House Team sports events such as athletics and swimming are held annually. Participation from all the learners is encouraged as a way to build team spirit.

We encourage our students to participate in at least one cultural activity &in at least one summer and one winter sport. These co-curricular / extra mural activities, which are also cost inclusive, are:

  • Athletics
  • Swimming
  • 7’s Rugby
  • Soccer
  • Cricket
  • Netball
  • Cross country
  • Music
  • School choir
  • Art
  • Drama
  • Debating & public speaking
  • Chess
  • Photography club
  • Eco club
  • Book club
  • Business behaviour & etiquette
  • The “Om Die Dam” race is also on our social calendar and most of the pupils participate in at least the 5km Fun Walk
  • Archery is offered for a small extra cost
  • Maths Academy

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