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Student Leadership

Over the first five weeks of this term, classes have been working out who their elected student council representatives will be. You may have noticed some classes starting to share who their representatives are through class blogs, SeeSaw, newsletters etc. Later this term, a whole school assembly will recognise this year’s

Gala Day 2018

Gala Day Information for Parents/Carers – 2018 A reminder that Gala Day is occurring on this Friday 23rd  November. Gala Day is an annual student-led event where students in Years 3 to 7 have the opportunity to showcase their enterprising skills by running a Food, Craft or Activity Stall to which

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

Food Allergy Awareness

This week has been the national Food Allergy Aware Week. At Craigburn we have many students, staff and parents who have allergies to foods. For some people, certain foods can trigger significant physiological reactions requiring urgent medical attention. It is timely that we all consider and reflect on the following

Sports Day House Captains

Congratulations to the 29 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 Captains.  You all did an amazing job and we are very lucky to have

Congratulations Lauren

Lauren A. competed as forward hand (with skipper Damian Carey) in the Mirror Dinghy National Championships at Kingston Beach Sailing Club, 20 minutes south of Hobart on the Derwent River in Tasmania (Mirror is a 12 foot red sailed dinghy with skipper and crew) just after Christmas. Damien and Lauren

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

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.