Curro launches new flexible tech-driven school model in Cape Town

Private education group Curro will be opening a new school next week at its Foreshore premises which will be introducing tech-driven, flexible schooling like Australia, Denmark, the UK, and the USA.

CEO of Curro Holdings, Andries Greyling talks about this new addition to its offerings which will greatly benefit students interested in enhancing their technological skills.

Three years ago we realised that we have to change the way we deal with education.

Andries Greyling, CEO of Curro Holdings

We got a few children in a class and we asked them what do you want and like us to change. The views we got from our children were amazing specifically from the high school side.

Andries Greyling, CEO of Curro Holdings

We researched and we got a model we liked in Austarlia...

Andries Greyling, CEO of Curro Holdings

I'm looking forward to the new drive and new technology.

Andries Greyling, CEO of Curro Holdings

To hear the rest of the conversation, listen below:


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