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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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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