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Camphill Primary School, Ballymena
School restart in AUG/SEP'20 - Camphill PS will see a FULL return of ALL pupils 5 days a week (full-time) from late August - details of start dates and classes has been sent to all parents via PARENTMAIL.  | P1 - pupils going into P1 in SEP'20 - please note the starting date that your child has been given in their 'Welcome pack' is confirmed. All dates given for P1 starts are now going ahead as planned and are to be followed by new P1 parents. Thank-you. | We wish all the Camphill PS community a lovely summer - Stay safe & well! (Please keep an eye on the website for any further developments or new notices.) | UNIFORM SHOP (Link in 'PARENTS' area of website) You can now buy all our normal school uniform from us online.  | The teachers have made some lovely final Goodbye videos for you all to watch.......... we look forward to seeing everyone back in school at the end of August. | The 'Home Learning' section is still within our website Class page - so if you need to 'catch up' on any missed work you can still gain access with your password. | COVID - 19 Home Project! see details below in 'NEWS' and in the 'HOME LEARNING' section regarding an activity to complete for returning to school......
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Road Safety Education - Week 4 Task (General Road Safety during the Summer Holidays)

24th Jun 2020

Dear Parent,


During the month of June, we have been issuing a weekly task designed for you to work alongside and complete with your child/children in relation to a key road safety issue.  So far we have covered child cycle safety (helmets), passenger safety (seat belts & child car seats) and pedestrian safety (Stop-Look-Listen / Green Cross Code). 


Road Safety Education - Week 4


This week we are simply asking you to be aware of road safety issues concerning your child over the summer holidays and talk to them about their road safety and general safety.


It is very important that children are safe while out and about or playing during the summer months. Please take the opportunity of considering:


- where they are allowed to go and with whom

- unsafe places to play – footpath, road, railway tracks, rivers and other water courses;

- safer places to play – house, garden, play park or playground, park, beach (under supervision)

- if they live on a farm or are visiting relatives who own a farm – be especially aware of their proximity to machinery and vehicles, animals, slurry pits, round bales


In addition, there is a brand new activity book designed with topical themes associated with road safety that will hopefully act as an educational tool in the home over the months of July and August.  There is an activity book for those aged 4-7 years and one for those aged 8-11 years.


Have a good summer but remember your road safety!