AuthorPaul Luke

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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

Year 7 Canberra Camp – PACER

Students from our school will soon be undertaking , an education tour of the national capital. Students will be given the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational programs with a focus on Australia’s history, culture, heritage and democracy. The Australian Government recognises the importance of all young Australians

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To Note Congratulations to our Cross Country team who competed at Sapsasa Southern Heights Cross Country event at Belair National Park on Friday. It was a very successful day with 33 Craigburn students braving the cold wet weather, running 2.5 and 3km with the support of their peers cheering each

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To Note A big shout out to our Pedal Prix team, the Craigburn Crew’sers who competed in this year’s first race at Loxton over the weekend.  There are many behind the scenes tasks that need to be organised and managed to prepare the team for racing, so a special mention

NAPLAN Information

NAPLAN tests will take place in all schools across Australia between 15 and 17 May. The NAPLAN is a nationally developed program that provides schools and states with information about how education programs are working and what areas need to be prioritised for improvement. Students have opportunities to become familiar

Choirs and Band Blog

Hi Choir and Band parents and students and visitors, Please check out our ‘Craigburn Choirs and Band’ blog for regular updates with information and resources for choir & band students and parents. The link to our blog can also be found in the right side bar of Craigburn Connections. It includes links to

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Dear Families and Friends, welcome back to school for Term 2. A special welcome to the three new families joining us at Craigburn for the first time. Term 2 promises to be another busy term, starting with Swimming Week for the Reception to Year 2 students at the Marion Aquatic Centre. A

Hub Library After School Programs

The Hub Library offers a number of after school programs designed to encourage and support literacy and learning. This term we are launching a new program Words and Phrases – a monthly club where young people interested in writing can come together to improve their creative writing skills and share their favourite novels

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To Note Congratulations To Kate Washington, our garden specialist, who along with her partner, will be expecting their first child later this year. Ove the next few months Kate will continue in her garden specialist role working with various classes in the garden program. We will be employing a suitably