AuthorPaul Luke

The Weekly Wrap

Dear Families and Friends, thank you for being part of our school community and supporting our learning programs and events over the 2020 school year. We trust it has been an enjoyable and rewarding one for you and your child / children.  We have valued and appreciated the wide variety

Class Placement Update

We have developed our preferred class structure for 2020 after much consideration and based on our projected enrolments and the requirements of the department’s student-centred funding model. The new structure supports our ‘professional learning community’ ethos of teachers working in collaborative teams and also to reduce class sizes in the

The Weekly Wrap

Dear Parents and Caregivers, we have two weeks left to go, with a range of activities, events and celebrations to complete the school year. We thank you for your ongoing support in reading though our weekly news. Best wishes for the week ahead. Kind regards – Paul, Rob and Nicky

The Weekly Wrap

Last week was a challenging time for many schools in bushfire risk areas. As a school with a R2 bushfire risk rating,  Craigburn Primary School and the OSHC Service were required to close given the CFS’s advanced declaration of a catastrophic fire danger rating for the Mt Lofty District last

Reception Transition Program

Special welcome to all families of children (especially those new to Craigburn) who are currently attending our transition sessions on Wednesdays, in preparation for starting school in 2020. We hope that your child has enjoyed their first taste of school life. Please take time to read through the Kids Matter

The Weekly Wrap

Thank you for taking the time to read through this week’s Weekly Wrap as well as other recent news posts.  Last Week Students received their Premier’s Be Active Challenge (PBAC) medals on Friday, which were proudly worn my many students after school. Craigburn has been identified as one of the

The Weekly Wrap

Thank you for taking the time to read through this week’s Weekly Wrap as well as other recent news posts.  Last Week Two weeks of Sports Expo ended last week – we hope all children enjoyed the wide variety of activities. Thanks again to Karen Pettman for her excellent coordination

The Weekly Wrap

Last Week Another successful camp was enjoyed by Year 5 students, teachers and supporting parents at Wirraway Homestead.  Sports Expo is well underway with various sports clinics, talks and activity sessions for classes to participate in, including: Tennis, Little Athletics, Mini Golf, Yoga, Basketball, Wheelienet, Soccer and Giant lawn/board games.