The Weekly Wrap

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. Thank you to all parents and friends who supported the teams. A special mention to Mark Lemmey for his ongoing leadership and coordination of Pedal Prix at Craigburn. Race results can be found here – Next race on Sunday 28th July.

Best wishes to all for the week ahead.

Regards, Paul, Rob and Nicky


  • Monday 24th June
    • Governing Council
  • Wednesday 26th June
    • 10.00am  Year 2/3/4 Team Assembly in the Hall
    • 2.15am    Reception / Year 1 Team Assembly in the Hall
  • Friday 28th June
    • 2.15pm   Year 5/6/7 Team Assembly
  • Friday 5th July
    • Last Day of Term – Normal Dismissal

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Extra Reminder – New Screening Laws – Information from the Department for Education

As per the recommendations of the federal and South Australian royal commissions, to help keep children safe in our communities, the department through Department of Human Services have introduced new screening laws.

The new laws mean that from 1 July 2019 everyone working or volunteering with children must have a valid child-related check.

Also changing from 1 July 2019 is the state’s current system for child-related employment screenings, which will be replaced with a working with children check (WWCC).

This new check is coming in to better protect your children and make sure that people working or volunteering with children are suitable. It does this through a monitored and more robust assessment of a person’s eligibility to work or volunteer with children.

Effectively, this means that any volunteer (parent or other) working at Craigburn Primary School will be required to have a Working With Children Check from 1st July, as per the requirements from the

Department of Human Services Screening Unit.

Please note – existing screening checks remain valid until their expiry date.

Please check in with this post for further details. Helping keep children safe through new screening laws

Feel free to contact the school if you have any questions.

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