Our aftercare service is available at an additional cost, as stipulated on our fees letter. Children are accommodated in safe classrooms and playgrounds, and the fees include a freshly prepared meal and a snack.
Aftercare times can be viewed on our fact sheet.
Our school runs a full holiday care programme during school holidays, at no additional cost. Regular activities would continue, although we may arrange some extra fun activities during this time. We are closed only for a specified period during December and January.
Indoor play areas
Children learn by interacting with the world around them. Therefore, our classrooms themselves are considered to be inanimate teachers of sorts. They are designed to allow maximum room for play and movement while being stimulating on a visual and tactile level. An additional indoor play area allows a change in play space on days that the weather doesn’t allow outdoor play and also includes a fantasy room.
Outdoor play areas
Our outdoor play areas include jungle gyms, play houses, large sandpits, and more. These areas are designed to encourage physical play, and generally have synthetic grass to prevent allergic reactions. Our playground also includes an AstroTurf and sensory garden. Children are taken outside to play on days with moderate weather conditions to prevent excessive cold or sunburn. Additional safety measures are taken on sunny days; these will be discussed with parents after enrolment.
Parent Advisory Committee
We encourage parents to play a role in managing our school through a duly-elected parent advisory committee (PAC). As the name indicates, the PAC’s role is strictly an advisory one – they do not make and enforce decisions regarding school matters. The committee comprises of parents of current children.
At Curro Castle Century City, our PAC acts as liaison between the school and parents, raise funds through specific events throughout the year and host social and fellowship events. Through the PAC, parents can share their input in a structured manner to the benefit of the learners and school; as a community they can, therefore, be involved in the operational success of the school.