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Welcome back to Term 4, we trust that all families and friends enjoyed some quality time together over the last two weeks, including the October long weekend. The last term of the year promises to be a busy one – with more school camps,  excursions / incursions, Sports Expo, Colour

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Congratulations and Well Done To our Senior Choir who performed at the Festival Theatre last Wednesday evening. The performance was spectacular with our students in fine voice. Special thanks to Performing Arts teacher Elizabeth McDonald and Felicity Williams (accompanist) for their efforts and work in preparing the students this year.

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Best Wishes To our Senior Choir who will be performing at the Festival Theatre on Wednesday evening. Special thanks to Performing Arts teacher Elizabeth McDonald and Felicity Williams (accompanist) for their efforts and work in preparing the students all year. Also to students, Jasmine (South Troupe) and Natalie (Solo Performance)

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Congratulations and Well Done To our 2 x Tournament of Minds Teams (TOM) who on Sunday, presented creative solutions to their long term problems within the disciplines of The Arts and STEM, to a panel of judges at Flinders University. For over twenty years, Craigburn has entered teams into the

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Congratulations, Well Done and Thanks Thanks again to the Parent Fundraising Team for organising and running the annual Fathers Day Stall on Thursday. We hope all Dads (grandpas, uncles, important males in your lives) were treated to a special day on Sunday. To the Year 3/4 teaching team, parent volunteers

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Congratulations and Well Done To all students, staff and families who supported and participated in this year’s Book Week activities, which culminated in a fun Book Week dress up day on Friday. It is rewarding to see such positive community spirit in these whole school events. To the 44 students

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Congratulations and Well Done To the students, staff and families who participated in the Korean Homestay program over the last three weeks. Special mention to Hazel Robertson who coordinated the inaugural homestay program which proved to be a highly enjoyable, successful and rewarding experience for all involved. We look forward

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To Note Science Week begins next week. Check in with the post from Senior Leader, Hazel Robertson, to see what’s happening at Craigburn. Please consider supporting our school’s Pedal Prix team, the Craigburn Crew’sers – details here. Many thanks to the parent helpers on School Photos Day last Tuesday, the

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To Note Great to see everyone back at school for the first week back of term. The weather was mostly kind to us with students enjoying time outdoors for lessons and play breaks. If you haven’t already done so, you may wish to check in with last week’s first Weekly

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To Note Welcome back to Term 3 – we hope all students and staff enjoyed the school holidays and are ready for the term ahead. School Photos – Tuesday 31st July Well done to all students and families who supported our casual day charity fundraiser on the last day of

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To Note On Friday, we farewelled Mrs Kerry Rayner, who has led our performing arts program at Craigburn for the past 20 years. Great work from our student leaders who have decided to support the Tracky Dack Day TLC for Kids campaign. We hope everyone enjoys the last day of term

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News you may have missed Terrific achievement by Patrick and Lily in making the district Sapsasa soccer teams – competing this week. Well done to our Sapsasa girls knockout netball team – you did Craigburn proud, defeating Aberfoyle Hub in their first game, but bowing out to a strong Woodend

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To Note Well done to our Pedal Prix team – the Craigburn Crew’sers – who competed at Victoria Park today (Sunday) finishing 4th (Team 1) and 37th (Team 2) – excellent results and achievement. Well done to all students who competed in the wintery conditions. Look out in the near

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To Note Great to hear our Year 7 students enjoyed their trip to Canberra last week. Many memorable experiences had by all to last a lifetime. Big thanks to Mark Lemmey, Hazel Robertson, Rob Warncken and Kerrin Burrow (Governing Council Chairperson) for their efforts in taking the students interstate. Excellent

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To Note Best wishes and safe travels to our Year 7 students who are in Canberra this week. Thank you to those of you who took time to nominate a Craigburn educator for a Public Education Award. At this time of the term and year, staff can and do fall