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Camphill Primary School, Ballymena
Milk at breaktime started again on Monday 19th April for all the children that had paid for Jan- Feb'21 milk. The period paid was for 4 weeks and 4 days so this credit will give all these pupils milk from Monday 19th April - Friday 21st May.  | This week all classes plan to cover the missed Term 2 curricular work from the NSPCC 'KEEPING SAFE' lessons - these lessons are taught through the theme 'My Body'. | EA Music Service resume all lessons in school this week (wk.bg 19th April)......Miss Bell will be in school on Tuesday and Mr Murray will in school on Thursday. | School (individual & sibling photos) - Your child will have home with them an explanation leaflet and an unique ordering code ticket for all details required regarding the ordering of your child's individual photo and/or brother/sisters photo - please follow the instructions carefully. All photos will then be delivered to school for distribution.  Class photo ordering details will follow separately at a later date. | Toast at breaktime for P3- P7 pupils - The canteen will collect £1.50 for any P3-P7 child wishing to have toast during the week at breaktime each Friday for the rest of this term. | Breakfast Club is back from Tuesday 4th May (8:15am - 8:45am) - no booking required - just arrive at the canteen doors - pay 85p and receive a breakfast.  Remember last breakfast entry - 8:35am.  At 8:45am pupils will go to their classrooms. | P3 & P4 pupils - Link to online form for musical instrument tuition in Sep'21 sent via Parentmail - closes 30th April. | Online Uniform Shop OPENED for general school uniform for delivery in MAY 2021 - see PARENTS area of website for all details regarding the ordering of new SCHOOL UNIFORM. | School Holidays 2021-2022 now under the 'PARENTS' area of website and also in the 'NEWS' section below......
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Mother's Day Craft Competition - Mid & East Antrim Council

9th Mar 2021

See message below from MEA Council

 

Mid & East Antrim Council competition launched today (9/3/21) - check this out on Mid and East Antrim Council’s social media channel. Primary school aged pupils are asked to take time this week to create a Mother’s Day themed craft activity of their choice and the Council will be picking 9 winners across Mid and East Antrim on Mother’s Day to win a bouquet of flowers and some sweet treats to enjoy together.

Children can enter by uploading an image of their chosen crafts to the comments of the social media post or by emailing it to socialmedia@midandeastantrim.gov.uk.

An optional activity template can be accessed here https://bit.ly/3rzdpAU and is also attached.