The Weekly Wrap

Last Week Great to see students, staff and families back at school for Term 4. This Week We celebrate Physical Education Week, with our annual Sports Expo promoting the importance of Health & Physical Education to the learning and development of children and young people. Thanks to our sports teacher,

Sports Expo Weeks

This year we are once again celebrating an early Physical Education week with activities and sports for our students to participate in.  We are celebrating Physical Education Week to highlight the importance of health, well- being and physical activity. Health & PE is an essential area of the curriculum that

Sapsasa Representatives

Congratulations to some of our Year 6/7 students who have just been selected into Sapsasa district teams. Tiana L will be part of the Southern Heights Tennis Team to compete in the School Sport SA Tennis State Carnival in Week 4. Sam F, Will L and Josh V will play

A Strange Smell

Dear Parents and Caregivers,  this afternoon a small number of classes reported a ‘smell of gas’ in their rooms. Teachers immediately evacuated students from their classrooms and reported this to the front office. Leadership and support staff investigated and checked the classrooms and found within a short space of time

Lost Property at OSHC

Lost Property at OSHC We have a large amount of unnamed clothing and items left from the school holidays. If you recognise anything in the attached photos, please drop into OSHC or contact us on 0427 271 768 and we’ll put it aside or send it home via the class

The Weekly Wrap

We hope all families and friends enjoyed some quality time together over the last two weeks.  We look forward to seeing everyone back at school on Monday for the first day of Term 4 which promises to be another busy one – with more school camps,  excursions / incursions, Sports

Craigburn’s Got Talent

Students who possess some sort of talent, individuals or groups, have been invited to audition for the Craigburn’s Got Talent (GGT) Final. Judges are students from the Student Leaders Executive Group (SLEG). Students must consider their act carefully before ‘signing up’ on the form in their classroom. Registrations close at

Canteen News

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!! If you have ever thought about helping in the canteen then we would love to hear from you.  It’s a great way to help the school, meet new parents and put a smile on your child’s face when they see you serving at recess time.  Give us a

The Weekly Wrap

Thank you to all families for your ongoing support with our in-school and after-school hours programs over the last term. Students and school staff value and appreciate your support. It has been rewarding to see high levels of student and family participation in a wide range of activities including: Korean

Lost Property

We have a growing number of clothing and personal items (eg drink bottles), in our Lost Property area. We do our best to reunite any lost / misplaced items with their rightful owner, which works well when items are clearly labelled with the student’s name. We also recognise that replacing lost

Festival Choir Performance 2019

Last Saturday Afternoon 26 of our students performed on stage at the Adelaide Festival Theatre as part of the Public Primary Schools’ Festival of Music. The Primary Schools Festival of Music, an official state icon, is a public school-based music education program which is a collaboration between the Department for