On 5 August Curro Oakdene in Johannesburg South signed up for the annual Alberton Eistedfodd for the very first time. Learners from Grades 1, 2 and 3 participated in the afternoon event held at Harvest Christian School last week Thursday.
Learners from different schools arrived looking smart in their uniform but it was the Curro Oakdene learners who made a statement. All 18 learners from Oakdene walked out proudly with their Gold achievement.’
“To say that we as a school are proud of our learners is an understatement. They inspire us daily with their commitment and confidence”, said Robyn, the school’s marketer.
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At Curro, learners, parents and teachers work together in an extended environment to ensure our learners’ success. We believe it is a shared responsibility to empower children with the creative, intellectual and decision-making skills necessary for them to become intellectual and socially responsible adults who will take on the 21st century with confidence.
As a leading independent education provider, we prepare learners across southern Africa for the future by providing high-quality education that embraces 21st-century learning through technology.
What makes Curro unique?
- Limited class sizes of 25 to 35 learners, depending on the school model.
- Teachers provide personal attention to each learner.
- Teachers are dedicated to the success of each learner.
- Enhanced curriculums include specialised offerings, such as Robotics.
- Technology is used in the classroom as part of daily lessons.
- Focus is placed on developing the learner as a well-rounded individual.