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State Education Leaders Day – Paul Luke Last Monday (25th February) I attended the State Education Leaders Day at the Adelaide Convention Centre, along with Principals from our Primary / Secondary Schools and Pre-School Directors. The first keynote speaker was our Chief Executive, Rick Perrse who spoke passionately about the

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Acquaintance Evening – Thanks We were pleased to hear feedback from parents, students and staff who attended last week’s Acquaintance evening – led by students who proudly invited parent/s into their learning spaces and shared their learning programs. In preparing for and doing so, students practised and developed skills in

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It was great to see everyone back at school last week – we hope that the year ahead is an enjoyable and rewarding one for all. Once again, a special welcome to all students, families and staff new to Craigburn. Thank you for taking the time to read through the

Principal News Post

Dear Families and Friends Thank you for being part of our school community and supporting our learning programs and events throughout the 2018 school year. It has been a most enjoyable and rewarding one.  I would like to congratulate all students for their ongoing development and achievements as learners and young

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

End of Term News

Well done to all students and staff for your efforts over the last ten weeks and thank you to Craigburn families for your ongoing support with our in-school and after-school hours programs. We trust everyone enjoys some quality family time over the upcoming long weekend and for those taking holidays

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.

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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

Principal News Post

Dear Parents and Carers, as usual there is much happening at Craigburn. We have enjoyed mostly pleasant weather conditions in May where students and classes have been able to make the most of being outdoors. This coming week marks the last fews day of Autumn with wintery conditions expected. Winter

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

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Student Free Day Reminder – Friday 9th March A reminder that our first Student Free Day is scheduled for Friday 9th March. We will be joining with other schools and preschools within our local ‘South Valley Partnership’ in a professional learning event facilitated by the DECD Learner Improvement team as

Welcome Back – 2018

Dear Families Welcome back to the new school year, with the first day back for students set for Monday 29th January. I trust everyone enjoyed a safe and happy summer break. I’m sure your child / children are looking forward to reconnecting with school friends, old and new – and

Class Placement Update

As mentioned in the last Principal News Post – we are nearing the end of the class placement process for 2018, having spent a considerable amount of time configuring balanced class groupings based on a range of factors (as previously outlined) and to ensure students’ needs are met. In placing students into