CategorySport

URGENT – Netball and Soccer Registrations

Registrations for both school Netball and Soccer are urgently required. Please check in with the registration information post for details. Registrations can be made through Qkr! For Netball enquiries – please contact Kim Altschwager  (Coordinator) – CPS.Netball201@schools.sa.edu.au For Soccer enquiries – please contact Tara Bell (Coordinator) – CPS.Soccer421@schools.sa.edu.au **Coaches are required for our netball

Sapsasa Update Term 1

Track and Field (Athletics) 36 Craigburn students have been selected in our team to compete at SA Athletics Stadium on Thursday 28th March, in the Southern Heights District Track and Field Carnival. Selected students have received information and consent forms. Cross Country Trainings have started in preparation for the Southern

Southern Heights Swimming Carnival

On Friday of Week 5 seven Craigburn students participated in  the Southern Heights Swimming Carnival at Marion Outdoor Pool. The students competed in a range of events including 50m freestyle, 50m backstroke, 50m butterfly, 50m breaststroke and 100 open freestyle. Our students are to be congratulated for their determination, enthusiasm

Sapsasa News Term 1 – 2024

Sapsasa Swimming Interested Yr 4 – 6 students (born 2012 – 2014) have received information to nominate for the Sapsasa Southern Heights Swimming Carnival on Friday 1st March. Consent forms and invoices will be sent home with students early next week with details of the events they have been nominated

Sapsasa Information 2024

School Sport SA – Sapsasa, organises and conducts various competitions for primary school students throughout the school year. There are 3 levels of Sapsasa teams/sports: Statewide Schools Competitions (school-based knockout) District and State Carnivals/Championship Individual School Championships. Team sports are generally for Year 5 and 6 students and individual sports

School Cricket 2024

Registrations of interest are now open for children who would like to play school cricket in 2024. Cricket is open for children in Years 2 to 6 and involves a weekly training session (at school), with matches played on Saturday mornings at various school ovals (home and away). The cricket