WINDHOEK: The Michelle McLean Primary School (MMPS) situated in the capital’s Otjomuise residential area, received four additional classrooms from the Ministry of Education (MoE) in the capital on Friday (03 August 2012).
The four classrooms which comprised of one class for pre-primary, two for grade one and another for Help2Read room as well as a computer room.
According to the principal of that school, Angeline Mazeingo who was speaking at the handing over ceremony of those classrooms, the school started with 493 learners that has now grown to more than 950 learners from grade one to seven.
She added that the first phase of the MMPS consisted of 18 classrooms, a library, a place of assembly, two ablution blocks, an office, an administrative complex and a residence for the caretakers.
The school which is 12 years old this year, was build in 2000 in Otjomuise as a state school in a joint venture between the Michelle McLean Children Trust and the then Ministry of Basic Education, Sport and Culture.
Present at the handing over ceremony, was the Founder of the MMPS, Michelle McLean who was accompanied by her parents and the Inspector of Education in the Khomas Region Urbanus Kaihiva among other guests.