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Casual Day this Friday

CASUAL DAY – Last day of term This Friday (7th July) students are welcome to come dressed in casual clothes. This is NOT a fundraiser of any kind so no gold coin required. Just a reminder that all students need to wear appropriate clothing and footwear.   Kind regards, SLEG.

NAPLAN 2017

The National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) for year 3, 5, 7 and 9 takes place from May 9 -11th which is Week 2 Term 2. All schools in Australia participate in the assessment program at the same time. There are four components:- Language Conventions; Writing; Reading and Numeracy.

Student-led 3 Way Conferences

Student-led 3 Way Conferences In Week 10 (3rd – 7th 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 their learning this

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

Harmony Day – Tuesday 21st March

Harmony Day The message of Harmony Day is “our diversity is our strength.” It is a day to celebrate Australia’s diversity. It is a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home – from the traditional owners of this land to those who have come from many countries

Sports Day House Leaders

Congratulations to the 27 students who nominated for Sports Day House Leaders this year. These students confidently delivered speeches to their house groups outlining their strengths and abilities to take on the role of Sports Day House Leaders.  You all did an amazing job and we are very lucky to

Student Voice at CPS

An SRC is a group of students in a school elected by their fellow students to represent all students in the school and who organise ways for students to participate in school life. SRCs work democratically to represent the student body in school decision-making. Students work together, with help from

Circus Challenge

This year we have been fortunate enough to once again secure a booking for the very popular Circus Challenge to visit our school. The Circus Challenge focuses on Physical Education, Performing Arts, & Personal Development with team work, persistence and problem solving through fun, engaging and hands on experiences. Circus

School Sport

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

SAPSASA @ Craigburn

SAPSASA organises and conducts various competitions for primary school students throughout the school year. There are 3 levels of SAPSASA teams/sports: knockout (school based), district and state. Team sports are generally for Year 6/7 students and individual sports for students 10-13 years of age. SAPSASA information will be published on

Garden Club Plant Fair 2016

Everyone is welcome to our annual Garden Club Plant Fair for 2016. Browse through a range of succulents, herbs and bouquets for sale. Pick up some lovely Christmas presents. Nothing over $10. All money raised goes towards equipment for funding our E.L.C. When: Friday 9th December @ 3:30pm onwards. Where: