What's Happening 

Term 2, 2024

Monday 6th May - Mother's Day Stall

Tuesday 7th May - Year 5/6 Bike Ed

Wednesday 8th May - Mother's Day Stall

Friday 10th May - Mother's Day Breakfast

Friday 10th May  - Year 3/4 Bike Ed

Friday 10th May - Winter Sport vs Cobram Anglican Grammar (away game)

Friday 17th May - Pirate Day

Friday 17th May - Year 3/4 Bike Ed

Friday 17th May - Winter Sport vs Nathalia PS (home game)

Friday 24th May - Year 3/4 Bike Ed

Friday 24th May - Winter Sport vs Numurkah PS (home game)

Friday 31st May - Year 3/4 Bike Ed Excursion

Friday 31st May - Winter Sport vs Katunga PS (home game)


Mother's Day Breakfast

Mother's Day Stall

The Cobram Primary School P&F Mothers Day Stall is back!

The PnF stall will be full of goodies for Mums, Grandparents and caregivers on Monday May 6th and Wednesday May 8th.


Prices for gifts are between $1 and $10.


Pirate Day

On Friday May 17th all staff and students are invited to dress like a pirate for 'Pirate Day'. Staff and students are asked to bring a gold coin donation to help turn the tide on childhood brain cancer.


Pirate Day was founded by Nathan Colgan after his son Conor was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. Doctors told Nathan that research was the only way to find a cure for Conor and kids like him, which prompted his mission to raise money for childhood cancer research. Conor’s primary school held the first ever Pirate Day in November 2014. The pirate theme was inspired by Conor’s need to wear an eye patch because of his surgery and treatments. The day was an overwhelming success and Conor decided he would write to all Australian primary schools to ask them to hold their own Pirate Day. Of all childhood cancers, brain cancer is currently the least treatable, with some types being considered incurable. The only way to change that is if kind people like you band together to help fund vital research now.


That’s why, during brain cancer awareness month each May, generous pirates dust off their swash-buckling best and gather as much treasure as they can for a great cause.


Today, Pirate Day is an annual dress up day much loved by schools, childcares, businesses and individuals alike.


Over $630,000 has been raised by pirates for childhood brain cancer research since Conor’s first Pirate Day. The research funded by Pirate Day will help to make kids’ cancer treatments more effective with fewer negative side effects. Ultimately, the goal is for 100% of children to survive cancer.The money raised through Pirate Day goes to The Kids’ Cancer Project, an independent national charity with a vision for 100% survival of children with cancer while eradicating the harmful impacts treatment can bring.