Inter-Curro Robotics competition

Competition judge, Ryan Zulch (Woodhill College) evaluates grade 6 learner, Danielle van Wyk’s (Curro Roodeplaat) robot.

This year saw the Inter-Curro Robotics competition taking place for its fifth consecutive year in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape.

The Gauteng competition was recently hosted at Curro Thatchfield in Centurion, and saw 54 learners participating in this fun-filled competition which required them to apply the 21st Century skills they have mastered in school.

This year’s theme was based on the World Robotics Olympiad (WRO) theme, Sustainable Tourism. Hands on Technologies, who designed the competition, donated the prizes for the first three teams, as well as a number of spot prizes.

In first place: Melvine Sibiya (Curro Nelspruit) and Jessica Reilly (Curro Aurora)

In second place: Danielle van Wyk (Curro Roodeplaat) and Kambui Muanantatha (Curro Nelspruit)

In third place: Henk Aucamp (Curro Bankenveld) and Divan de Bruin (Curro Roodeplaat).

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