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Camphill Primary School, Ballymena
The application process for starting P1 in Sep'21 is now open - via the Education Authority's website - Further information is available in the 'Admissions' section of the website under 'Our School'. | Have a look inside our school - click on the 3D Tour link and 'tap' your way around our building - click on the little person or press the 'play' button at the bottom of the opening page - Enjoy! | Have a look around our school - We are very proud of all that Camphill is about - we hope you enjoy our Open day video for 2020/21 - this can be found on our main ‘Home’ page. Enjoy! | Please read the letters sent via Parentmail in January regarding 'Home Learning' during this school closure.Thank you. | School is now closed for face- to- face teaching and moves to 'remote learning' from Wednesday 6th January. Vulnerable children and those children of 'Key workers' however can be supervised in school - an online form requesting this provision must be completed before each Friday at 9:30am for the week ahead. This form will be sent out via Parentmail on a Wednesday of each week. | All 'Extended Schools' clubs are now cancelled - a full re-scheduling of all clubs will take place as soon as is practically possible. Thank -you. | MILK credit - For those children who have paid for milk from the 11th Jan to the 11th Feb this will be rolled over as a credit for milk after half - term - Mon 22nd Feb - Thurs 25 March. This is for 4 weeks and 4 days the exact same amount of days as Monday 11th Jan to Thurs 11th Feb so will work out exactly for the new half-term. Thank-you.
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Aims and Values

Caring  - provide a stimulating, happy, caring and secure learning environment where everyone can make mistakes and develop resilience

Awareness – develop and promote an awareness of the social skills necessary to be a contributing member of the community both in and out of school

Motivation motivate the children to develop lively, enquiring, imaginative and creative minds

Positivity - promote positive attitudes and encourage respect for self, others and the environment

Health - develop a healthy lifestyle and nurture a sense of responsibility in preparation for their future

Independence – encourage self-confidence and independence

Learning - provide learning opportunities for the pupils to develop their potential through the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum

Links – foster good links between the school and the home and   between the school and the wider community                                     

        

Praise – develop an environment of praise and positive reinforcement

Self-Evaluation - encourage children to self-evaluate and become  reflective thinkers