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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:

Gala Day – 25th November

Gala Day Information for Parents / Carers – 2016 A reminder that Gala Day is occurring on Friday 25th  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. This event

Gym Star

Congratulations to Craigburn student, Amelie who recently competed for Blackwood Gymsports in the SA Gymnastics WAG National Level 3 State Championships in Parkholme last weekend. In a tough competition against clubs from all over the state Amelie came second overall with a score of 37.00 out of a possible 40.

NAPLAN Reports 2016

NAPLAN reports for students in Years 3, 5 and 7 who sat the tests earlier this year, have been sent home today in sealed envelopes. If you would like to discuss your child’s NAPLAN results, feel free to contact your child’s class teacher.

Congratulations, Oshana!

Last Wednesday, Oshana’s short story, “A Brush with Disaster” won second place in the 9-12 year old age group in the City of Onkaparinga Young Writer’s competition as part of the book week celebrations. Congratulations on your achievement, Oshana! We are very proud of you.

Congratulations Tahlia

Congratulations to Tahlia W who recently competed in the Flute Eisteddfods. Ist Prize Grade 6 Flute Solo 1st Prize Flute study Honorable Mention in 14 years & under solo. Tahlia was also selected to participate in the ASO ( Adelaide Symphony Orchestra) Big Rehearsal Program in August . She will

Migration Panel a wonderful opportunity!

On Wednesday the 17th August,  the Middle School Unit hosted a Migration Panel, as part of their Why Australia? inquiry unit. Seven panelists, from within and from beyond the school community, came to talk about how and why they came to Australia. The counties of origin included Malta, Hong Kong, Tanzania, Sri