CategoryWeekly Wrap

The Weekly Wrap

Thank you for taking the time to read through this week’s weekly wrap and to keep up to date with school happenings. Students and staff continue to participate in a range of activities and events in addition to their regular learning programs.  A big week ahead with Book Week beginning

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We are well into Term 3 with much happening across the school. Students and staff continue to participate in a range of activities and events in addition to their regular learning programs.  This week marks School Service Officers (SSO) Week on our school calendar, where we acknowledge our SSOs for

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To Note Many thanks to the parent helpers on School Photos Day last Tuesday, the day ran smoothly.  Reminder, Photo Make Up Day is scheduled for Thursday 15th August for those students who were absent from school last week. A whole school photo will also be taken in the morning.

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To Note / Reminders Great to see everyone back at school for the first week back of term. The weather has been 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

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To Note Welcome back to Term 3 – we hope all students, families and staff enjoyed the school holidays and are ready for the term ahead. Reminder – School Photos- Tuesday 30th July – envelope packs to go home on Monday – please see details here. Staffing Update Amy Bennett

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To Note The school is closed on Monday due to industrial action – please refer to the recent post for more details Paul Luke is on leave this week – Rob Warncken covering as acting principal. Mid-year reports will be sent home on Wednesday afternoon. In reaching this time of

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The end of term is fast approaching. This week we look forward to students / classes sharing their learning at their team assemblies. Please take time to read through the information below. Best wishes to all for the week ahead. Regards, Paul, Rob and Nicky Department for Education ICT Visitors

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Pedal Prix A big ‘shout out and well done’ to all Craigburn Crew’sers who competed at Victoria Park today (Sunday 16th June). This year we had three teams competing including a girls team who led the way as the only public primary school in this division – a great achievement.

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Last Week Canberra Camp It was a real privilege to be part of the team of Year 7 students, staff and supporting parents, who travelled to Canberra last week for the annual Year 7 camp. Many of you would have checked in on the school’s Facebook Page to see the

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Last Week Great week of Sapsasa knockout sports. Our girl’s netball team played 3 games in the pouring rain with 1 win and 2 very close losses, seeing their knockout comp end. The boys netball had sunny conditions again playing 3 teams coming away with 3 very convincing wins. The

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Last Week The introduction of the new NAPLAN online tests went relatively well after technical challenges at the national testing authority in the first week.  As mentioned in last week’s wrap we will be gathering feedback from students seeking their attitudes and experiences to online testing. We also remind students,

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This week represents National Volunteer Week (NVW) – an annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of our nation’s volunteers. Volunteering Australia has announced the theme for National Volunteer Week 2019 – ‘Making a world of difference.’ As part of National Volunteer Week, we acknowledge and thank all Craigburn parents

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Last Week We hope all Craigburn mums, grandmas, nannas, aunties and women who play an important role in your child’s life /  children’s lives enjoyed a special day on Sunday, and were pleasantly surprised with something special from your child / children. Thank you to all the parent helpers who

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Last Week Thank you to parents who supported the Reception – Year 2 swimming program last week – your help was greatly appreciated by our teachers. Players and staff from the Port Power Community Youth Program worked with students from Years 5-7 – with extra media coverage for one of

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Dear Families and Friends, welcome back to school for Term 2. A special welcome to all new families who are joining us at Craigburn for the first time. Term 2 promises to be another busy term, starting with Swimming Week for the Reception to Year 2 students at the Marion

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To Note: Thank you to the families who have already expressed interest in the 2019 South Korean Students Homestay Program – we do need more families – please check the recent post for details and to register your expression of interest. Stay tuned for more details from Nicky Taylor (Senior