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The Weekly Wrap

To Note Welcome back to Term 3 – we hope all students and staff enjoyed the school holidays and are ready for the term ahead. School Photos – Tuesday 31st July Well done to all students and families who supported our casual day charity fundraiser on the last day of

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To Note On Friday, we farewelled Mrs Kerry Rayner, who has led our performing arts program at Craigburn for the past 20 years. Great work from our student leaders who have decided to support the Tracky Dack Day TLC for Kids campaign. We hope everyone enjoys the last day of term

Farewell Kerry (Mrs Rayner)

The staff and students of Craigburn Primary School invite families and friends to a special whole school assembly on Friday 29th June in the school hall at 12:15pm – to bid farewell to retiring teacher Mrs Kerry Rayner, who has been Craigburn’s performing arts / music teacher for the past

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News you may have missed Terrific achievement by Patrick and Lily in making the district Sapsasa soccer teams – competing this week. Well done to our Sapsasa girls knockout netball team – you did Craigburn proud, defeating Aberfoyle Hub in their first game, but bowing out to a strong Woodend

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To Note Well done to our Pedal Prix team – the Craigburn Crew’sers – who competed at Victoria Park today (Sunday) finishing 4th (Team 1) and 37th (Team 2) – excellent results and achievement. Well done to all students who competed in the wintery conditions. Look out in the near

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To Note Great to hear our Year 7 students enjoyed their trip to Canberra last week. Many memorable experiences had by all to last a lifetime. Big thanks to Mark Lemmey, Hazel Robertson, Rob Warncken and Kerrin Burrow (Governing Council Chairperson) for their efforts in taking the students interstate. Excellent

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To Note Best wishes and safe travels to our Year 7 students who are in Canberra this week. Thank you to those of you who took time to nominate a Craigburn educator for a Public Education Award. At this time of the term and year, staff can and do fall

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Thank You to all families and friends who came along to last week’s team assemblies – your attendance and support is alway appreciated. to parents and friends who attended the parent seminar run by Mark Le Messurier on Wednesday evening. Mark’s third and final session at Craigburn for 2018 will

Principal News Post

Dear Parents and Carers, as usual there is much happening at Craigburn. We have enjoyed mostly pleasant weather conditions in May where students and classes have been able to make the most of being outdoors. This coming week marks the last fews day of Autumn with wintery conditions expected. Winter

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To Note This week, as part of National Volunteer Week, we thank all parents and friends who support our school by helping out in so many ways – eg garden club, listening to reading, sports coaching, fundraising, canteen, camps / excursions, uniform shop and more. During the week, we will

Disco – Friday 25th May

We welcome all students from Years 1 through to 7 to come along to our first student disco for 2018  next Friday evening, 25th May. Come dressed in yellow, with proceeds going towards our student-led fundraising ventures for 2018 as well as a slice of the takings donated to the

Food Allergy Awareness

This week has been the national Food Allergy Aware Week. At Craigburn we have many students, staff and parents who have allergies to foods. For some people, certain foods can trigger significant physiological reactions requiring urgent medical attention. It is timely that we all consider and reflect on the following

Landscaping Project Update

We are pleased to report that the landscaping project, adjacent to Murrays Hill Rd entrance, is nearing completion. The remaining tasks include the installation of fencing, along with the completion of the weed-matted areas. As previously mentioned, the project managed by the Department’s Asset Services has been designed to improve