Curro Westbrook welcomes prospective parents
Curro Westbrook comprises a nursery school, primary school and additional classrooms to accommodate high school learners
Curro Westbrook is an independent school accommodating learners from three months old up to grade 11 (in 2022), which is developing at a thriving pace — with 584 learners on campus.
Popular for its progressive 21st century learning and teaching methods, Curro Westbrook offers a stimulating and exciting programme, including robotics, with a dedicated and experienced team of teachers who follow a structured, well-planned and balanced curriculum. The programmes are designed around developmental milestones that learners need to reach at different stages of their young lives.
The high school is growing and has a grade 8, 9 and 10 class with a maximum class size of 25 learners, and will be phasing in higher grades every year.
Curro Westbrook comprises a nursery school (Curro Castle Westbrook), primary school, and additional classrooms to accommodate high school learners. Facilities include a 25m swimming pool, music centre, robotics room, IT lab, STEAMD room, specialised art room, cricket nets and sports areas.
The school offers a sound and safe environment where each learner is encouraged to grow academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.
Curro Westbrook will also be building its school hall (multipurpose centre) this year and looks forward to hosting many events in the future.
The school held an open day on Saturday, March 13 (Castle and primary school) from 9am to 12pm (presentation at 10am); and an open evening on Wednesday, March 17 (high school) from 5.30pm to 7pm (presentation at 6pm) to explore and discover the school.
Bookings are essential. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. All Covid-19 protocols will be followed.
Visit the Curro Westbook website for more information.
This article was paid for by Curro Westbrook.
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