Enrolment Information
Admission Procedure

Due to the high demand for admission, it is important that parents make early application for the following year.

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  1. The 1ststep in the admission procedure is to complete the Enrolment Application Form and return it to school with the following documentation or Apply Online:
    • Copy of your child’s Birth Certificate (clear copy please)
    • Copy of both parents ID documents (clear copy please)
    • Bank statements for the last 2 months
    • Pay slips for the last 2 months
    • Most recent school report
    • Copy of both sides of the Medical Aid card (clear copy please)
    • 2 x recent passport photos of your child
  2. The 2nd step is for Caroline Stevens to book an appointment for your child to do an academic placement assessment.  This will take approximately ½ an hour for Prep school applicants, and 2 hours for College applicants.

  3. The 3rd step is for the placement assessment to be processed and the necessary financial background checks to be done; your child's acceptance into Grantleigh is dependant on financial clearance; academic compatibility; and subject to availability of space in the grade applied for. A letter of acceptance will be sent, along with an Enrolment Form, Debit Order Form and Parent Contract.  All of these forms need to be returned to Grantleigh together with your enrolment fee (proof of payment will secure your child’s place and an admin number will be allocated – banking details are provided on the acceptance letter).

    Group 3 - Grade 4 : R2800
    Group 5 - Grade R : R2800
    Grade 1 - Grade 7 : R3000
    Grade 8 - Grade 12 : R3000

    At the beginning of the 4th term, you will receive a Welcome Pack containing all the relevant information pertaining to bus schedules, uniforms, stationery lists, textbook lists, car stickers, codes of conduct, etc.

  4. An appointment can then be made with Mogie, in the school Uniform Room, to fit and purchase your child’s uniform.
  5. It is very important to note that ALL requested documentation should be returned to the school as soon as possible for data capture.

Click here to download ENROLMENT APPLICATION FORM or Click here to Apply Online




  1. Complete Boarding Application Forms and send back with requested documentation.
  2. Pay boarding deposit to secure your child’s place in boarding (which then constitutes payment of final term fees at boarding when leaving e.g. end of Matric) Weekly boarding deposit - R9 530.00 or Termly boarding deposit - R10 255.00.
  3. Pay medical deposit: R1000.00 medical deposit if you have medical aid or R2000.00 for those who do not have medical aid.
  4. Return all required boarding information together with enrolment documentation.

For more information, please contact the school’s Marketing Officer, Caroline Stevens, on +27 78 457 3016 or +27 35 580 158

Bus Schedule

Bus Timetable 2019 

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Bus Safety

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Cancellation Forms
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School Leaver Form

Please note: A term's notice is required for cancellation.
School Transport - Cancellation Form
Private Music Tuition - Cancellation Form
Aftercare - Cancellation Form
Subject Change Form
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Enrolment Application



Enrolment School fees

2019 School Fee Covering Letter (added on 9 Nov 2018)

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2019 School Fee Schedule (added on 9 Nov 2018)

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Academic Scholarships

A number of scholarships are available annually to pupils of exceptional academic ability who are preparing to enter Grade 8. Scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Headmaster, following scholarship tests.

In order to qualify for a scholarship, candidates must first pass entrance tests in English and Mathematics.

Cultural Scholarship/s

Grantleigh offers Cultural scholarships.  The minimum requirement for this scholarship is to have passed Grade III theory and practical exams for a musical instrument.

Sports Scholarship/s

One or more sport scholarships may be awarded to students who have passed their entrance examination and have achieved at Provincial level in a major school sport (i.e. tennis, swimming, hockey, netball).

Term Dates
Monday, 01 January 2007 00:00

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Term Dates 2019   

Term Dates 2020   

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Uniform Room

Uniform Room Operating Hours 

Uniform Price List 2019

Please note:
*The price list is not fixed and might change according to new stock arrivals.
*Operating hours of the uniform room are 07h30 to 14h15 Tuesday and Thursday.

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 June 2019 11:56
21st century learning at Curro
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 16:28

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us and our world is evolving exponentially. Industries have already benefitted from the previous Digital Revolution in automating processes and are now starting to leverage emerging technology breakthroughs in fields such as artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things, 3-D printing, biotechnology and quantum computing.

This is not just a reality globally, but also for South Africa where both private and government sectors are already rethinking how they do business and run their organisations. This will have a major impact on our workforce, not only changing things for the better, but also compelling us to ensure that our society is equipped with the relevant skills to participate productively.  

Curro ensures that students are prepared for this evolving world when they leave school. This includes academic success and having essential knowledge, as well as skills and attitudes to embrace the unknown and forge a path to being contributing and happy citizens in our country and globally. 

Technology is one of the enabling factors in helping our students to construct knowledge and develop critical skills such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, complex problem-solving, digital literacy, computational thinking, meta-cognition, motivation, resilience, reflection and empathy.

Although technology now plays a more important role in learning than ever before, the role of the teacher is equally important in ensuring the creation of innovative, 21st century learning opportunities for the development of these skills. There is still a place for pen and paper and other non-technology learning tools, and we don’t expect any of our teachers and students to be using technology for every activity. It should be used when it is the right tool for the job and enhances or provides an opportunity for learning that cannot take place without the technology.

Using technology and incorporating opportunities for the development of skills also does not mean that we exclude what may be viewed as traditional or outdated teaching approaches such as direct instruction – some areas of the curriculum are best covered using this method.

Our teachers are provided with ongoing professional development opportunities to ensure that they are equipped to offer the most inspiring and effective learning opportunities for your children. To create innovative learning interventions, the school plans on leveraging competent teachers and technology to complement the solutions outlined below that we will be using in 2019.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 November 2018 17:12
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