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Year 5 Showcase

The year 5 students from D20 and D18 held a showcase of their learning which included Geography, Maths, Literacy and Art.  This gave an opportunity for the students to feel proud and celebrate all their hard work over the term. The classes excelled at discussing their achievements and demonstrating their

2019 Public Education Awards

The Public Education Awards recognise and reward the achievements of teachers, leaders, allied health professionals, support and corporate staff across South Australia. Nominations for the awards are open until 31 May 2019. Nominate now. The awards recognise and showcase excellence in public education. Through this program we proudly share our achievements

Team Assemblies 2019

Team assemblies are great opportunities for students and classes to share their learning and achievements with their peers and families. Over the course of the year, all classes participate in both whole school and team-based assemblies. Dates and times for all team assemblies for the 2019 school year have been

Instrumental Music 2019

At Craigburn Primary, we offer the opportunity for students in Years 2-7 to learn instruments through the Instrumental Music Program. If you would like your child / children to participate in the Instrumental Music program this year, please refer to the information below. Hard copies have been sent home with

Acquaintance Evening 2019

We invite all students and families to join us for Acquaintance Evening on Tuesday 12th February. We highly value the community culture we have at Craigburn and the relationships formed between school and home. Acquaintance Evening serves as an opportunity for students, teachers and families to build these relationships at

IGNITE – Aberfoyle Park High School

Aberfoyle Park High School is the official Department of Education school for gifted students in the southern metropolitan area of Adelaide. Our IGNITE program is specifically designed to meet the needs of students with high intellectual potential.  Initial selection for the program is based on the student’s performance in the Australian Council

Class Placement Update

We are nearing the end of the class placement process for 2019, having spent a considerable amount of time configuring balanced class groupings based on a range of factors (as previously outlined) and to ensure students’ needs are met. Placing students in classes also involves working within departmental guidelines and regulations

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