Community notices 



"Carey Gully CFS Cadet Brigade - first Monday of Term 2 (22nd July)  6 - 7.10pm

A couple of weeks ago four members from Carey Gully CFS presented a session to Years 4,5 and 6 at Uraidla PS inviting students (minimum age of 11years) to consider being part of reforming our Cadet Brigade.  A number of students took application forms but extra forms were left at the school office.  We do encourage students to attend with a friend but that is not essential.  There is no charge and uniforms will be supplied by the CFS. 

Our first session will be the first Monday of Term 2 (22nd July) starting at 6pm, and then every four weeks. We encourage parents to come with their children on the first night for the introduction and a brief outline of the programme.

All volunteers have a national Police check, and a Working With Children Check. 

The brigade is located on the intersection of Greenhill and Range Road, Carey Gully.


In appreciation


Leigh Newton - Cadet Coordinator, Carey Gully CFS (and a retired primary school teacher)

Ph: 0435 526 858"

Separating and Divorcing Parents

A Free program for separating and divorcing parents is now available across Australia

In an Australian first, parents and carers who are going through separation or divorce now have access to a free, self-directed online course, which is university-developed and based on extensive research.

Family Transitions Triple P Online, developed by the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program, is an easy-to-use online resource that gives proven tips and strategies for managing the transition in a way that can boost parenting confidence and minimise the impact on children. 

Parents and carers can sign up to Family Transitions Triple P Online now at: 


Siblings Australia

Siblings Australia provide support for siblings of children and adults with a disability. Find out more information on their programs and resources.

History book for sale 

Have you seen the Uraidla book written by local historian Geoffrey Bishop on behalf of the East Torrens Historical Society? It tells the story of the Uraidla township, from the beginning to current day and is a fascinating read!

Books are $35 and there are copies for sale at the Front Office.