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Camphill Primary School, Ballymena
Parent Information Videos - in HOME LEARNING class pages of website from Monday 20th September | NEW 'log in' password issued on Mon 20th Sep - via PARENTMAIL email for HOME LEARNING section of the school website. | Canteen menus can be found under the 'Parents Area' of the website. | Breakfast Club is back!! See details in 'NEWS' section below | P1 pupils begin a longer day from this week - Monday 20th Sep - all pupils will have lunch in school - Hometime is 1:15pm. From Monday 27th Sep P1 pupils will stay in school until 2pm. | School Calendar dates have now been added to the 'CALENDAR' section of the website - certain dates however are provisional in light of Covid 19 restrictions. | Personal details - UPDATE of whole school - During SEPTEMBER all pupils in P2- P7 have been receiving an envelope with forms that need completed regarding personal details and permissions. - P6 & P7 have received these on MON 20th SEP and should return this completed by FRI 24th SEP. Thank you. | SCHOOL UNIFORM STASH ONLINE SHOP opening and closing weeks - now under 'Parents Area' - School Uniform section | Our Piano Teacher - Demelza McFetridge starts again with her pupils this week - Monday 20th Sep - piano lessons are organised privately through Demelza.  This year she has a small number of places available  - if you would like your child to be considered for lessons please email the school office and your details will be passed on. Thank you. | EA Music lessons have commenced - for all pupils taking instrumental lessons please note music fees will be in the 'shop' section of PARENTMAIL from Weds 22nd September.
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Summer of Play!

30th Jun 2021

Get involved in this year’s Summer of Play!

PlayBoard NI has joined with other organisations across the UK to call for children’s play to be prioritised this summer to repair some of the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic on children’s well-being. Summer of Play campaigners including charities, businesses and child development experts are asking organisations to pledge to support a Summer Of Play to help bolster children’s mental and physical health as the Covid-19 restrictions ease.

Play is vital for children’s physical and mental health and development, yet coronavirus restrictions have greatly restricted children’s access to play and outdoor activities. It is hoped that this campaign will help children recover from the impact of repeated lockdowns and give those who’ve been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic the opportunities they need to play and have fun.

Pledge your Support

Pledge your support for children to have space and time for play this summer by supporting fun, friends and freedom! Organisations and individuals can pledge support and find out more about the Summer of Play campaign at www.summerofplay.co.uk Get involved and show your support on social media using #SummerOfPlay and #FunFriendsFreedom.

Summer of Play Challenge

To help children and young people enjoy a summer of play this year, PlayBoard is sharing the Summer of Play Challenge! The challenge is a list of the top 20 fun activities to try this summer (as voted for by our followers) - tick them off to keep a record of a fun summer of play!

 

Download PlayBoard’s Summer of Play challenge at www.playboard.org/summer-of-play-challenge  

 

Play Matters!

 
 
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