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The Weekly Wrap

Thank You To: All families and friends for joining us throughout the year for our team assemblies. The R-4 classes have appreciated your support and have enjoyed sharing their learning. The final Year 5-7 assembly is set for this Thursday from 2.00pm. Families and friends who attended last Monday’s STEM

The Weekly Wrap

Thank you for taking the time to read through this Weekend’s Wrap as well as other recent news posts. The 2018 school year is rapidly drawing to a close, though there is still much to cover over the final six weeks. Please take note the following information and reminders. Last

The Weekly Wrap

Last Week Congratulations and thank you to all students, staff, families and friends who supported our first ever school Run4Fun Colour Explosion, with over $15K raised going towards outdoor projects determined by our students (through SRC student leaders). Big thank you to our parent community fundraising team for coordinating the

Class Placement 2019

We are set to begin the class placement process in preparation for the 2019 school year. This is a lengthy and complex task involving teachers and the school leadership team, where we endeavour to place each child in a learning environment that supports them to be successful. Regards Paul Luke

Year 7 to High School Update

Recently, the government has confirmed that year 7 public school students will be taught in high school from term 1, 2022. The move will align South Australia’s public schools with the national curriculum taught in high schools making it easier to deliver subjects and improve outcomes for students. Access to

The Weekly Wrap

Last Week Great to see students, staff and families back at school for Term 4. Year 3 and 4 students participated in the Pillow Case Project – an excellent initiative from the Red Cross. This Week We celebrate Physical Education Week, with our annual Sports Expo promoting the importance of

World Teachers Day

This Friday on the 26th October, we will be celebrating World Teachers Day – an opportunity to acknowledge the wonderful efforts of our teachers at Craigburn who make a positive difference to the children they teach. Celebrated in more than 100 countries world-wide, World Teachers’ Day was established by the

Pillowcase Project

Australian Red Cross visited our school this morning to deliver the Pillowcase Project to our Year 3 and 4 students. The Pillowcase Project is a school based disaster preparedness education program, designed to build children’s knowledge and capacity in disaster preparedness. The program is part of an international pilot currently