Technology in class
Children today are already interested, engaged, and well-familiar with using technology in their daily lives. This creates many opportunities to integrate technology, such as virtual reality and tablets in class. At Curro, we use cutting-edge technology in our enhanced curriculum. Our schools provide learners with 21st-century skills through our commitment to quality education.
Tablets in class
At Curro, our schools often provide learners with 21st-century skills by using tablets in class. Rather than heavy textbooks or notebooks, learners receive their study material in the form of e-books. Alternatively, they use tablets in class for research or as a supplementary resource to our enhanced curriculum and teaching experience.
Robotics and droning
Robotics and droning involve various 21st-century skills, such as programming, coding and automation skills. Through our commitment to quality education, our learners benefit from Robotics as a subject or as an extramural activity. Through this programme, learners at Curro develop the important skills and knowledge to operate in the ever-expanding world of automation and coding.
Several of our schools incorporate virtual reality (VR) in our enhanced curriculum. VR is the use of computer technology to create a simulated environment. As part of our commitment to quality education, we use the VictoryCR curriculum and Oculus Rift hardware, while some schools incorporate the programmes into other subjects as well.