Curro Sport is an initiative aimed at reshaping the landscape of sport within the Curro group of schools. At Curro, we believe that participation in sport plays a vital part in developing well-rounded learners. Therefore, we focus on creating recreational as well as competitive sports opportunities for learners. We also train current and emerging coaches, equipping them with the most recent coaching skills.
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At Curro, we believe that participation in sports activities plays an important role in promoting team-awareness, self-confidence, friendship and physical well-being. In addition, exposing learners to different types of sport could help to boost their confidence and develop talents that might otherwise have gone undiscovered.
Therefore, Curro schools offer a wide variety of sports activities. These include (but are not limited to) traditional or well-known sport such as soccer, netball, hockey and tennis, to more specialised sport such as karate, chess, cross-country and eSports – depending on the needs of the school and its community.
Visit your preferred Curro school to find out which sports activities they offer.
The Curro Cup is a new initiative wherein learners from across the country compete against their peers on a national level, in a range of sports codes and age groups. A Curro Cup trophy will be awarded for the winner of each age group (boys and girls) per sports code.
The following schools will be hosting the various Curro Cup events:
Through this campaign, Curro Sport hopes to equip new and emerging coaches with the knowledge required to become skilled coaches in their chosen sport.
Dorette Badenhorst, the national netball team’s coach, will host training sessions in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal, aimed at teaching coaches how to prepare properly for the coming netball season.
Ultimate frisbee will soon be introduced as a summer sport at respective schools. Ultimate frisbee is a non-contact team sport that combines elements of soccer, basketball, American football and netball. Coaches at participating schools will be trained by Samantha Fothergill, the chairperson and development officer at the Cape Town Flying Disc Association (CTFDA).
More information on the training sessions mentioned above will be communicated to schools in due course.
Curro Tennis is an initiative aimed at developing tennis players into well-rounded athletes who are technically, tactically, and mentally superior. To achieve this, we have established high-performance centres at Curro schools across the country, which drive cutting-edge coaching and development of techniques. We also provide the best possible coaches to ensure that our learners receive world-class training.
Our learners also benefit from regular training, planned workshops, and the opportunity to test their skills during tournaments against international teams.
Corporate events generally occur annually and are sponsored by Curro. These events provide our schools with the opportunity to get more involved with, and give back to, their direct communities. When possible, these events take place at one of our schools, or start and/or finish at one of our schools.
Here are some of the corporate events taking place this year:
Hosted by Brackenfell Athletics Club on 29 January 2020, this challenge starts and finishes at Meridian Pinehurst.
Hosted by Brackenfell Athletics Club, this challenge starts and finishes at Meridian Pinehurst.
This is an international tournament for emerging tennis players, held at Stellenbosch University.
For more information on these events, you can contact us at email@example.com.
Curro and ASM Scholarships have partnered to help change the lives of learner athletes in the country by giving them the opportunity to participate in sport and get a tertiary education at an American college. Co-founder of ASM Scholarships and four-time major golf champion, Ernie Els, says he is ‘passionate about cultivating new talents and helping young players get to the next level.’
ASM Scholarships have connected more than 4 000 athletes from 82 countries to several universities in America, with an average scholarship value of $35 000 per year. To find out more about this amazing opportunity, visit the ASM Scholarship web page.
For more information on the exciting developments by Curro Sport, keep an eye on our webpage or contact us on 087 087 7772 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cycle2Ride is an initiative supported by Curro that aims to promote cycling as a medium for family cohesion, relaxation, fun, and possible career choice for those truly interested in becoming professional athletes. Through this initiative, we introduce young learners (and their parents) to their first cycling classes and provide families with the opportunity to spend time together.
Our partnerships with events such as the Absa Cape Epic, allow us to award winners of selected races with scholarships to their preferred Curro school. Alternatively, we often run social media competitions to sponsor individual participants or teams at these events.
Our partnerships with events such as the FNB Wines2Whales, allow us to award winners of selected races with scholarships to their preferred Curro school. Alternatively, we often run social media competitions to sponsor individual participants or teams at these events.