Curro Krugersdorp

A school aimed at preparing learners for the workplace of the future

Curro Krugersdorp is an independent school in Rangeview, Krugersdorp that provides high-quality education for learners from two years of age to Grade 12. Our small class sizes and enhanced curriculum empower learners with 21st-century skills and knowledge to grow into self-confident individuals and to reach their personal, educational and eventual workplace goals. Our well-qualified and dedicated teachers and well-rounded approach prepare learners for the IEB examinations at the end of Grade 12. Our nursery school, primary school and high school are on separate campuses – all based on Robert Broom Drive.

In 2020 we had our first group of matric learners and in 2021 we achieved incredible results:

100% IEB pass rate  91,4% tertiary exemption  3 A aggregates  11 B aggregates  63% Grade average  52 subject A aggregates  70 subject B aggregates  79 subject C aggregates

Aliyah Limbada – 7 Distinctions

Suné Enslin – 6 Distinctions

Amohelang Motaung – 4 Distinctions

Caz Caddy – 3 Distinctions

Bianca Jardim – 3 Distinctions

Tlhatlhoso Khumoeng – 3 Distinctions

Zahraa Patel – 3 Distinctions

Ashley Robinson – 3 Distinctions

What do we offer?

At Curro Krugersdorp we balance academic excellence with sports and cultural well-being, thereby ensuring that learners develop into well-rounded individuals. Our small class sizes and enriched curriculum provide learners with 21st-century skills to prepare them for the workplace of the future. To that end, our classrooms and facilities are fitted with state-of-the-art tools, and from Grade 4 onwards learners may choose to use e-learning devices in the classrooms, rather than textbooks. Our curriculum and unique approach to teaching focus on fostering a creative mind, an eagerness to achieve excellence, and an inherent dedication to hard work.

Our dedicated teachers give learners personal attention in the classroom, which helps to ensure that they perform to the best of their abilities. Teaching takes place in Afrikaans or English in the primary school. From Grade 8 Afrikaans Home Language is offered as a subject while all other subjects are in English in preparation for the requirements of university studies. Afrikaans learners receive the necessary support to make this transition as smooth as possible.

Which activities do we offer?

We believe that participation in activities plays an important role in promoting health, team awareness, discipline and self-confidence in addition to physical and social well-being. Therefore, we offer a wide variety of competitive sports activities (D2 League) such as rugby and netball. The Curro Cup competitions provide an additional competitive opportunity to our learners. Besides tours and camps, these activities are included in the school fees.

Cultural activities at our school are a priority. Our acclaimed culture department, with experienced and dedicated teachers, have seen our learners take part in many Afrikaans and English debating, public speaking and coral verse competitions. Our primary school has become known for their African drumming band, which is combined with the junior and senior a cappella choirs. We also offer Curro Create programmes, aimed at helping learners discover their inherent talents and broaden their exposure beyond their current reference framework. These activities are generally included in the school fees.

How do we use technology in the classroom?

At Curro Krugersdorp we embrace 21st-century learning by using e-learning devices in the classroom from the intermediate phase onwards. Our blended approach allows our leaners to use textbooks and software to view and study from an e-book. This approach allows them to collaborate easily and securely with teachers and peers. Primary school learners further benefit from Robotics and even participate in WRO (World Robot Olympiad) events and competitions – and they do exceptionally well.

Enrolments remain open throughout the year. For more information visit our website: or send an email to:

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