Father’s Day Stall 2021

Our annual Father’s Day stall is set for Thursday 2nd September – details below. Thanks again to our wonderful fundraising team who have organised the stall. If you are a registered volunteer and can assist on the day, please contact Sam, via the front office.

Home Made and Home Grown Market Stall

Look out for our first ever Home Made and Home Grown Market stall this Friday from 2:30pm under the verandah behind the Year 1 classrooms! Senior students from the Enterprise Leadership group will be selling: herb posies fruit straps lavender hot chocolate fresh lemons potted succulents and worm wee Come

Early Dismissal Procedure

The Department has introduced an ‘Early Dismissal’ procedure to ensure a uniform approach is in place across government schools. The Chief Executive has determined that early dismissal of students can be provided up to 1 hour before the normal end of the school day on the following occasions: The last

Little Buggers Club

The Coromandel Community Centre is excited to welcome Bugs n Slugs to the Centre, and they are bringing their Little Buggers Club with them. This is a fantastic opportunity for children (up to 8 years) to learn how to raise beetles, breed butterflies and create bug gardens. The first Little

Reminder – Acquaintance Evening

A reminder to all families that Acquaintance Evening will be held tomorrow evening, Tuesday 16th February 2021. Please see link below to previous blog post containing further details. Due to COVID restrictions and to enable as many families to attend, only one adult per family can attend. Please register

Thalassa Park Storybook Walk

Three SA authors and illustrators’ books have been selected by Onkaparinga library staff and are now in the running to have characters from their book created into a sculpture to be installed at Thalassa Park in 2022. Fancy Pants by Kelly Hibbert (Craigburn parent and relief teacher) and Amanda Graham

Fruit Fly Advice Update

Dear families, As per the previous Fruit Fly Advice post – The Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA) has recently advised that much of metropolitan Adelaide and some areas of the Riverland are in fruit fly outbreak or suspension areas. Currently, Flagstaff Hill, Coromandel Valley, Aberfoyle Park, Happy Valley