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Camphill Primary School, Ballymena
Due to our OPEN DAY - P1 pupils will finish school at 12noon on Friday 13th. | No 'Little Stars' all next week - 16th - 20th Dec. | View our NEW PROSPECTUS video (on MAIN PAGE below) showing ‘A day in the life of Camphill 2019-20’. | The Rotary Club of Ballymena are collecting Food/non-perishable items to distribute among those in need in our local area - items such as cakes, sweets, chocolate, tinned foods, dried foods and beverages along with personal items such as shower gels/shampoos/soaps....etc., are all accepted and would be appreciated - boxes have been placed outside the canteen for collection.  Last day for donations is Friday 13th December.  | Christmas Quiz Fundraiser - All pupils are home with 1 Christmas Quiz to sell to support our Christmas events - entry is £1.00 and if all pupils return 1 quiz along with their £1.00 we will make £406.00.  It would be great if some pupils could even sell more than 1!! Extra sheets are available from the school office. Closing date 16th December. | Please have a look at our 'CALENDAR' in the tab below to keep up-to-date with all events in December! | SCHOOL OPEN AFTERNOON for prospective P1 parents and children (for Sep'20) - Friday 13th December 1:30pm - information regarding 'P1 Admissions Criteria' and the process of application is available under the tab ' OUR SCHOOL' and in the 'NEWS' tab below. | Due to the forthcoming ELECTION school will be closed to pupils on Thursday 12th December.
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Santa's Christmas Elves arrive in Primary 3!!!!

2nd Dec 2019

On Friday both Primary 3 classes wrote a letter to Santa to ask him if he could send Christmas Elves to our classes. We all wrote our letters in our very best handwriting. Mrs Glendinning and Miss Service took our letters to the Post Office after school and posted them for us. All we could we do then was wait!!

Imagine the great excitement this morning when we came in and saw that our Elves had arrived along with lovely letters from Santa. He asked us to help his Elves to feel at home as they might be missing their friends. Santa also told us that they might be naughty elves so we have to keep an eye out for any pranks that they might play. We all hope that they won't be too naughty!

Mrs McMaster also told us that she thought the Elves had been out over the weekend on the roundabout playing with Candy canes and putting up 'twinkly lights' - who knows? We just need to keep an eye out for them over the next couple of weeks...….