Road Safety, Traffic and Parking

We remind all parents, caregivers and extended families and friends of the importance of road safety and parking around the school, especially at peak periods in the morning and afternoon when children are arriving and leaving school. From time to time we hear from parents and sometimes local neighbours who

Soccer & Netball – News

While we are in the early stages of our winter sports season of netball and soccer, I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and thank the coordinators of these two sports for their excellent work in organising their respective sports programs. This has involved processing registrations, attending delegates meetings

Year 7 Canberra Camp

On Sunday morning 60 x Year 7 students and staff will head off to Canberra for a 5 day camp, staying at the Australian Institute of Sport. The Year 7 Canberra Camp is now in its 16th year of operation and is a high valued learning experience for Craigburn Year

Food Allergy Week – Show You Care

This week is Food Allergy Week – an important annual initiative of Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia that aims to raise awareness about food allergy in Australia, to help reduce the risk of a reaction for those living with food allergy and to help manage potentially life-threatening emergencies when they happen.

Preparing for NAPLAN and Tests

Do you or your child feel anxious about the upcoming NAPLAN assessments next week? Below is a very interesting and well written article that you may like to take the time to read. I’d like to thank Hannah Baker, a psychologist from Cedars Christian College in NSW for giving her permission

School Soccer News

For anyone who has a child born in either 2010 or 2011 and has registered them to play soccer in Aliens I am currently looking for someone or more than one person to take on the coaching role, one afternoon straight after school. No great soccer skills needed, just a

ANZAC Day – SAPPS Choir

Congratulations to Ethan, Gemma, Lucy and Leah who represented Craigburn PS at the Adelaide War Memorial as part of the ANZAC Day dawn service. The four students were selected as part of the South Australian Public Primary Schools Choir. They attended a number of rehearsals prior to the event and were included in the