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The Weekly Wrap

Best Wishes To our Senior Choir who will be performing at the Festival Theatre on Wednesday evening. Special thanks to Performing Arts teacher Elizabeth McDonald and Felicity Williams (accompanist) for their efforts and work in preparing the students all year. Also to students, Jasmine (South Troupe) and Natalie (Solo Performance)

Sporting Schools – Rugby

This term the Year 5 – 7 classes have accessed the Touch 7’s program run by Rugby SA after the school was successful in securing funding as part of Sporting Schools. The six classes are participating in a 5 week program which introduces the  students to the skills and core values required to

Performing Arts Showcase

Parents and families are invited to attend our upcoming Performing Arts Showcase on Thursday 27th September in the school hall. The Showcase will feature performances from the Year 5/6/ Choir, Year 3/4 Choir, School Band and various solos and ensembles by students in Years 3 – 7. Please register your

Sapsasa Athletics

The Southern Heights District Sapsasa Athletics Carnival was held in Week 5 this term, where 44 Craigburn students competed against 15 other schools at Santos Stadium. The students participated in a range of track (100m, 200m, 800m) and field (shot put, discus, long jump, high jump) events throughout the day.

The Weekly Wrap

Congratulations, Well Done and Thanks Thanks again to the Parent Fundraising Team for organising and running the annual Fathers Day Stall on Thursday. We hope all Dads (grandpas, uncles, important males in your lives) were treated to a special day on Sunday. To the Year 3/4 teaching team, parent volunteers

Staff Announcement

Dear Parents and Caregivers – I am writing to inform you that Senior Leader & Year 6/7 Teacher, Hazel Robertson, has won the position of deputy principal at Happy Valley Primary School, commencing from the start of the 2019 school year. Please read on below.

The Weekly Wrap

Congratulations and Well Done To the students, staff and families who participated in the Korean Homestay program over the last three weeks. Special mention to Hazel Robertson who coordinated the inaugural homestay program which proved to be a highly enjoyable, successful and rewarding experience for all involved. We look forward

Book Week 2018

YEAH! IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN – BOOK WEEK This year’s theme is ‘Find Your Treasure.’ Each year across Australia, The CBCA(Children’s Book Council of Australia) brings children and books together celebrating CBCA Children’s Book Week. During this time schools, libraries, booksellers, authors, illustrators and children celebrate Australian children’s

Leaders News Post

We are well into Term 3 with much happening  across various year levels. Typically, at this time of the year there are many student absences (and staff ones as well), with winter viruses and the odd gastro bug floating around too. Despite these winter ailments, students and staff continue to