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The Weekly Wrap – COVID-19 Update #9

Dear Families I wish I was writing to you about our successful sports and harmony days which would have taken place last week, but sadly this isn’t the case. The COVID-19 situation is changing every aspect of lives as we know it. I particularly want to extend my thoughts and

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Dear Families With the coronavirus situation developing quickly, advice from government officials is changing on a regular basis. In relation to schools, the Prime Minister in his announcement on Sunday afternoon, indicated that schools would be ‘staying open for the time being.’ If you haven’t already done so, please check

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We trust all families enjoyed the long weekend. As you would be well aware, the coronavirus situation continues to evolve and impact on our daily lives. From a school community perspective, we will be acting on advice from the Department for Education as it becomes available. Please take the time

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Last Week AGM Thank you to the parents and staff who attended our Annual General Meeting last Monday evening where reports were shared by various school groups who shared highlights and achievements of the 2019 school year.  The Minister’s Volunteering Award was announced – details here. Congratulations Alice and Katrina.

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Thank you to all families who were able to attend our Acquaintance Evening last Tuesday (and Monday for the Year 1s). We hope you found the evening a valuable one and enjoyed the opportunity to have your child / children share in their learning routines as well as meeting their

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We look forward to seeing families this week at Acquaintance Evening on Tuesday 18th February from 5.30pm – 7.00pm. Details here. Please note this will be on Monday 17th Feb for Year 1s.  Last Week  Thank you to those families who attended the KidzBiz Growth and Development seminars – we

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In spending time in classrooms over the last two weeks, it has been pleasing to see positive relationships being established among students and teachers. Building quality relationships between school and home, especially at the start of a school is also important to develop, for both teachers and parents alike. Acquaintance

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Great to see everyone back at school last week and once again a special welcome to all new students and families.  We would like to acknowledge all teaching, admin and learning support staff for their efforts and work in preparing for the 2020 school year. Teachers have spent considerable time

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To all families and friends, happy new year and welcome back for the 2020 school year. I hope families enjoyed a safe and relaxing summer break. I’m sure your child / children is / are looking forward to reconnecting with school friends, old and new – and their teachers too!

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We hope all Craigburn families and friends have enjoyed a pleasant holiday break. The start of the 2020 school year is just around the corner – here is some brief information you might like to know. The Front Office is open this week from 9.00am to 3.00pm. Staff are returning

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Dear Families and Friends, thank you for being part of our school community and supporting our learning programs and events over the 2020 school year. We trust it has been an enjoyable and rewarding one for you and your child / children.  We have valued and appreciated the wide variety

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Dear Parents and Caregivers, we have two weeks left to go, with a range of activities, events and celebrations to complete the school year. We thank you for your ongoing support in reading though our weekly news. Best wishes for the week ahead. Kind regards – Paul, Rob and Nicky

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Last week was a challenging time for many schools in bushfire risk areas. As a school with a R2 bushfire risk rating,  Craigburn Primary School and the OSHC Service were required to close given the CFS’s advanced declaration of a catastrophic fire danger rating for the Mt Lofty District last

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Thank you for taking the time to read through this week’s Weekly Wrap as well as other recent news posts.  Last Week Students received their Premier’s Be Active Challenge (PBAC) medals on Friday, which were proudly worn my many students after school. Craigburn has been identified as one of the