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As a Curro Academy school, we created a safe, modern environment where children can grow accustomed to learning and working with modern equipment and facilities. As part of our commitment to excellent education through affordable school fees, classrooms and laboratories for subjects such as Science and Technology are equipped with the latest technology and tools that provide them with 21st-century skills. Such classrooms include an art studio, fully-equipped IT lab and a Science lab where learners in small class sizes can interact with the learned material in a practical manner.
Our focused variety of sports and cultural activities are hosted on well-kept courts and fields – all part of our commitment to providing learners with 21st-century skills. Our activity facilities include soccer fields, a swimming pool, AstroTurf soccer fields, and multipurpose tennis/netball courts. Our Curro Academy school is also one of the first schools to have a mountain-biking track appropriate for junior cyclists.
Tablets in class
As a Curro Academy school, learners from intermediate phase onwards may choose to use tablets in class rather than textbooks. Using tablets in class allows teachers in our small class sizes to provide learners with a wealth of information at the touch of a button and provides them with greatly valuable 21st-century skills.
Curro Academy Mamelodi virtual tour
Curro Academy Mamelodi is an independent school in Mamelodi, Olifantsfontein, that provides high-quality education for learners from Grade R to Grade 7. With small class sizes, an enhanced curriculum, and dedicated teachers, we aim to provide the most affordable school fees possible while providing learners with 21st-century skills. Click on the image below to take a virtual tour of our school:
Curro Academy Mamelodi location
Our school is surrounded by neighbourhoods such as Mamelodi East and Stanza Bopape. It on the edge of the Mahube Valley and is easily accessible from the M10-M8 interchange. Other attractions include Mams Mall, Department of Home Affairs and the Mahube Valley playground.