Curro Delft is an innovative, technologically-advanced high school that opened in January 2020 in Delft, Cape Town. Our modern, technology-rich school offers English-medium teaching and accommodates learners in Grades 8 in 2020, with higher grades phasing in annually. Our unique e-learning model focusing on 21st-century skills prepares learners for the fourth industrial revolution through a project-based learning programme that emphasises Science, Mathematics, and Technology.
What do we offer?
At Curro Delft, teaching takes place through leading e-learning tools and videos, with teachers and tutors providing one-on-one assistance as needed. By moving the teachers away from the whiteboard and into the classroom, learners can get more immediate and personal assistance to understand a particular concept before moving on.
With a great focus on 21st-century skills, we offer advanced Technology, Science, and Mathematics, as well as a Robotics and coding programme. Learners are prepared to write the NSC (National Senior Certificate) examinations at the end of Grade 12.
How do we use technology in the classroom?
As Curro Delft utilises the DigiEd curriculum approach, our teaching method centres around the use of technology. Learners watch instructional videos rather than read purely from textbooks, receive multimedia-based material, and have access to remote tutor assistance via the internet.
Learners also get their own school email account to easily to securely liaise with teachers and team members regarding projects. The cost of any electronic textbooks used in the classroom are already included in the school fees.
Why choose Curro Delft?
Curro Delft is perfect for the learner who wants a modern Mathematics- and Science-based education and dreams of tertiary studies. Learners are given guided responsibility and flexibility to learn at their own pace – and have access to personal and online tutoring – thereby teaching them perseverance and self-discipline.
Our longer school hours and no-homework policy accommodate the schedules of working parents by removing the pressure of managing heavy loads of homework. Learners can be dropped off early in the morning (from 07:00) when parents are on their way to work and picked up well after office hours (until 17:15).
What else is nearby?
Located near Delft Public Library and Civic Centre, Delft Mall and many well-established businesses, Curro Delft is conveniently located next to Delft’s business hub. The school is also easily accessible from Delft Main Road, just off Hindle Road.