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Food Allergy Aware

This week has been Food Allergy Aware Week. At Craigburn we have many students (and teachers) who have allergies to foods. Please take time to read through the following facts and learn how to support our students who experience allergies. Australia has one of the highest rates of food allergies

Notifiable Medical Condition

Scabies We have been advised of 2 cases of scabies affecting students at school. Scabies is an infestation of the skin caused by the scabies mite, and is not an indication of poor hygiene.  It is usually spread by direct skin-to-skin contact. Scabies mites usually infest the skin especially where

Food Allergy Week – Show You Care

This week is Food Allergy Week – an important annual initiative of Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia that aims to raise awareness about food allergy in Australia, to help reduce the risk of a reaction for those living with food allergy and to help manage potentially life-threatening emergencies when they happen.

“Nut Aware” School

Craigburn Primary School is a “Nut Aware” school. We would like to remind parents and caregivers that we work hard to ensure that all children are safe at school. We are conscious that a number of our students have the potential to have a severe allergic reaction to nuts and

Growth and Development

Thank you to all families who attended the parent education sessions on Wednesday evening, presented by Julie from Kidzbiz. We hope the evening was informative for both you and your child. Attached here is a reading list of the recommended resources. We would love to hear your comments about the

Keep your kids smiling

Dental care is FREE for most school-aged children and ALL preschool children at the Noarlunga GP Plus School Dental Clinic. All babies, children and young people, aged 0-17 years, are welcome to attend. The Noarlunga GP Plus School Dental Clinic will be open during the Christmas school holiday break. Please

School Dental Service

All babies, children and young people under 18 years are welcome to attend the School Dental Service. Dental care is FREE for most school-aged children and ALL preschool children. SA Dental Service participates in the Child Dental Benefits Schedule. A small fee may apply for children who are not eligible