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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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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