CategoryParents

Parent Charity Ride – Run to Red

One of our school parents, Greg Jackson is doing a charity cycling event on Friday 16th March He is hoping to raise money through Edge Church’s mission called Run to RED (which stands for rescue, empower and deploy) 100% of the money raised gets given away to charities – the church

Student Led 3 Way Conference 2018

Student-led 3 Way Conferences In Weeks 9 and 10 (26th March – 6th April), our annual student-led 3 way conferences begin which serve as a valuable opportunity for students, with teacher support, to share their learning achievements with parents and caregivers. Each student has a positive story to tell about

Free Parenting SA Seminar

Please find attached a flier for a free Parenting SA seminar on 21 March 2018 at the Adelaide Convention Centre, 7-9pm. The seminar will be presented by Jodie Benveniste, a psychologist, parenting author and commentator. Register to attend in person or view the live webcast at http://parentingsa.eventbrite.com.au  

Acquaintance Evening 2018

We invite all students and families to join us for Acquaintance Evening on Tuesday 13th February. We value the relationships formed between school and home and the community culture we have at Craigburn.  Acquaintance Evening serves as an opportunity for students, teachers and families to build these relationships at the

School Sport 2018

Craigburn provides students with opportunities to participate in a wide range of after-hours school sports programs. Sports offered are Cricket, Basketball, Soccer and Netball. Swimming and X-Country are also offered throughout the year. After-hours sport at Craigburn is managed by a subcommittee of the School Governing Council. A comprehensive sports

Thank you!

A huge thank you to our wonderful school community for your support of our casual day today. The generosity of our families throughout this year has been phenomenal. The Salvation Army was extremely thankful for the kind donations as part of their ‘Christmas Cheer’ program and mentioned how much of