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Year 5 Showcase

The year 5 students from D20 and D18 held a showcase of their learning which included Geography, Maths, Literacy and Art.  This gave an opportunity for the students to feel proud and celebrate all their hard work over the term. The classes excelled at discussing their achievements and demonstrating their

Industrial Action News

Dear Parents and Caregivers, as you may be aware, the department have been advised that Australian Education Union (AEU) members have voted YES to undertaking industrial action on Monday 1 July 2019 in the form of a full day strike. In response to this action as site leader, I am

Term 2 Canteen News

As another busy term draws to a close we would like to say a big thankyou at all our wonderful volunteers including Yr 6 & 7 students who have given up their time to help us in the canteen. It is greatly appreciated! Our ‘Special Potato Day’ was very busy with

Fancy Pants All Ages Sewing Circle Drop-in

This July, a pioneering music-education program will be undertaken seeing students with multiple disabilities and/or sensory needs from three schools within the Marion area, come together to collaborate across a creative composition project. Working under the creative direction of internationally acclaimed musicians integrating performances by members of the Australian Youth

2019 Canberra Camp

Welcome back to the 60 year 7s who spent last week (2 June -6 June) in Canberra learning about Australia’s history, culture, heritage and democracy. Highlights of the trip include educational tours of Parliament House, Old Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial, the Museum of Australian Democracy and Questacon. Congratulations

The Weekly Wrap

Last Week Canberra Camp It was a real privilege to be part of the team of Year 7 students, staff and supporting parents, who travelled to Canberra last week for the annual Year 7 camp. Many of you would have checked in on the school’s Facebook Page to see the

The Weekly Wrap

Last Week Great week of Sapsasa knockout sports. Our girl’s netball team played 3 games in the pouring rain with 1 win and 2 very close losses, seeing their knockout comp end. The boys netball had sunny conditions again playing 3 teams coming away with 3 very convincing wins. The

Food Allergy Awareness Week

This week marks Food Allergy Awareness Week across Australia. At Craigburn we have many students, staff and parents who have food allergies allergies – where certain foods can trigger significant physiological reactions requiring urgent medical attention. It is timely that we all consider and reflect on the following facts and

Sapsasa Cross Country

A fantastic effort by 35 Craigburn students at the Southern Heights Sapsasa Cross Country Carnival. All students completed their 2 or 3 km run through Belair National Park cheered on by students, family and friends.  A special thank you to James  for coaching the students in the lead up to