Craigburn Primary School provides students with opportunities to participate in a wide range of after-hours school sports programs.
Sports offered are Cricket, Basketball, Soccer and Netball. Swimming and X-Country are also offered throughout the year.
After-hours sport at Craigburn is managed by a subcommittee of the School Governing Council and relies on parent volunteers to coordinate and run the various sports.
A comprehensive sports policy based on state and national junior sports models and policies, outlines the guidelines and procedures for the provision of school sport.
At Craigburn, students in Year 2 become eligible to participate in after-hours competitive school sports, in accordance with the age-eligibility criteria of the various junior sporting associations affiliated with the Department for Education.
Students in Reception and Year 1 age can train, learn or participate in a range of non-competitive sports as coordinated by the various after-hours sports offered.
Students in Years 5 and 6 are eligible to participate in the South Australian School Sport (formerly SAPSASA) programs as coordinated through the school.
Please note that currently no sports are able to take place until at least the beginning of Week 5 this term.
Please watch for future blog posts for further information and registration details.