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Our aftercare service is available for learners from Grade R to Grade 12 at an additional cost, as stipulated on our fees letter. Learners are accommodated in safe classrooms and playgrounds, and the fees include a freshly prepared meal for lunch as well as limited homework support.
Our transport service is available to learners travelling to our school from Burgundy Estate, Panorama and Brackenfell, at an additional cost as stipulated on our fees letter. We will be adding Table View and the Southern Suburbs to the route soon.
Please contact us for more information on how to make use of our transport service.
At Curro Century City we created a safe, modern environment where children can grow accustomed to learning and working with modern equipment and facilities. Our classrooms are designed to create a feeling of learning through educational decorations, but without causing undue distraction.
Classrooms for specialised subjects such as Technology and Physical Sciences are equipped with tools that allow learners to interact with the learned material through experiments or projects.
Our school’s facilities are designed to accommodate a wide variety of sports and cultural activities on the premises. Our activity facilities include an all-purpose field, cricket nets, tennis/netball courts, an AstroTurf, the Curro Century City Aquatics Centre as well as a Consumer Studies kitchen and cafeteria (The MAD House). For a full list of our facilities, click here.
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 is comprised of parents of current children.
At Curro Century City, our PAC acts as liaison between the school and parents, raises funds through specific events throughout the year and hosts 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.