Curro Aurora’s Toni Ojo-Akinkunmi and Maddie Pestana move in on an opponent.
Curro Aurora’s Toni Ojo-Akinkunmi and Maddie Pestana move in on an opponent.
Curro Aurora’s Tevyn Pretorius watches as Brock McClue passes the ball.
Curro Aurora’s Tevyn Pretorius watches as Brock McClue passes the ball.

CURRO Aurora in Randburg, which is a flagship Curro school, recently hosted the 2018 Curro Regional Sports Festival.
Due to the magnitude of the event, Curro Krugersdorp assisted by hosting the primary school hockey and Curro Academy Wilgeheuwel the primary school soccer.

On March 16 and 17, more than 800 pupils from 11 other Curro schools located in Gauteng, Limpopo, North West and Mpumalanga participated in soccer, rugby and hockey.

Netball was postponed due to a downpour of rain that made the courts unplayable.

Despite the wet weather, the event produced outstanding sporting performances from the U11, U13, U15 and U18 learners, who gave of their best.

Curro, as the leading private education group in South Africa, will be hosting the 2018 Curro National Sport Festival in September.

The top selected teams and players, from the various regions, will compete against one another. Curro Serengeti (Kempton Park) will host the high school and Curro Hillcrest (KwaZulu-Natal) the primary school festivals.

Curro Aurora executive head JC Engelbrecht believes that excellence inside and outside the classroom can only be achieved once you provide all pupils with the opportunities and platforms needed to develop and excel.

The Saturday Star