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WESTERN CAPE: Gary Kirsten to host 'Parent in Sport' Evening at Curro Hermanus
16 August 2017

The role of parents in the challenging world of youth sports has become more important than ever before.

Gary Kirsten will host a ‘Parent in Sport’ evening at Curro Hermanus on 31 August (6pm) to shed light on the influence parents have on their kids.

The event is free and is a continuation of the work done by Gary Kirsten Cricket (GKC) at the school over the past year. Players interested in private coaching in the Overberg region are welcome to attend.

GKC is now permanently based at the school and offers private and group coaching to enthusiastic young cricketers.

“The evening will offer insights into the challenges that coaches, players and parents face in the current school sports environment. It is demanding on youngsters and they need as much support as they can get,” Kirsten said.

Before the event, GKC will conduct a free coaching clinic from 3-5pm at the school.

“We are excited to continue the work being done in the Overberg region. It is wonderful to be working with the Curro School group and some of their players,” Kirsten concluded.

MPUMALANGA: Curro Secunda visits Sasol TechnoX
03 August 2017

We are visiting Sasol TechnoX! What an experience. 

#technox #sasol#sasoltechnox

GAUTENG: Curro Thatchfield first overall at SAMCA President’s League Nationals in Chatsworth
28 July 2017

CURRO THATCHFIELD THE CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

Curro Thatchfield independent school is proud to announce that our drum majorettes participated in the SAMCA President’s League Nationals in Chatsworth, KwaZulu-Natal during the July holidays. The squad, calling themselves Curro Navy, were placed first overall, becoming the Champion of Champions!  This win enables Curro Navy to move from the President’s League to the Elite League.

The team’s manager, Miss Jeanette Moote says it was a remarkable achievement as the team is in its first year of inception and participating in this sport.  ‘Competitive cheerleading is an international sport and has been listed this year provisionally as an Olympic sport,’ says Miss Moote.  Mrs Marlene Gerber, Executive Head, says: ‘The girls have worked incredibly hard and we are extremely proud of them.  This placing has given them a strong incentive to continue to excel within the sport.’

WESTERN CAPE: Curro Durbanville Nickelodeon Genius 2017 learners on Smile 90.4FM
26 July 2017

WESTERN CAPE: Curro Durbanville Nickelodeon Genius 2017 learners on Smile 90.4FM

WESTERN CAPE: Luan Grobbelaar, Curro Durbanville, wins gold at the 2017 Youth Commonwealth Games
20 July 2017

NASSAU, BAHAMAS - JULY 19: Gold medal winner Luan Grobbelaar of South Africa celebrates winning the Boy's 200m Breaststroke Final at the swimming on day 2 of the 2017 Youth Commonwealth Games at Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatics Centre on July 19, 2017 in Nassau, Bahamas.

GAUTENG: Woodhill College learner receives Ultimate Gold at the American Dance Awards
10 July 2017

From the Woodhill College Facebook page:

"Hannah Michael - Absolute Super Star! ULTIMATE GOLD at ADA in America. Well done, Hannah! You worked so hard and we are so proud of you."

WESTERN CAPE: Curro Academy Sandown building progress
24 July 2017

WESTERN CAPE: Curro Academy Sandown building progress

VACANCIES: Join our vibrant team!
17 July 2017

VACANCIES: Join our vibrant team! 

GAUTENG: Curro Aurora impresses at the annual South African Majorette and Cheerleading Association National Competition
17 July 2017

The team members are happy they made their school proud and look forward to more wins. Photo: Supplied

At this year’s 41st annual South African Majorette and Cheerleading Association National Competition, Curro Aurora brought back two second place wins in two separate divisions.

Curro Blues, the high school cheerleading team, competed in the all girl and co-ed divisions. After many hours of training, they managed to secure silver place.

The team’s manager, Steve Krause said it was a remarkable achievement as the team is in its first year of participating in the these two divisions. “Competitive cheerleading is an international sport and this year has been listed, provisionally as an Olympic sport,” said Krause. Adding that the placing gave the team a strong incentive to continue to excel within the sport.

WESTERN CAPE: New schools 2018
12 June 2017
WESTERN CAPE: Curro Century City learners work with da Vinci machines
02 July 2017

Curro Century City

Our Grade 8 Technology learners working with the da Vinci machines and building innovative models highlighting the concept systems and control.