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Camphill Primary School, Ballymena
TUESDAY 12th - is WEAR ODD SOCKS day - supporting Anti-Bullying Week - come to school wearing odd socks for one day only!!!!! | 'Keeping Safe' & 'Anti-Bullying' Week - please check out our 'NEWS' & 'Class pages' to see what we are doing during this week to support this! | 'Children in Need' day - this Friday (15th) - it's SPOTACULAR!!! - donate £1.00 and come to school as SPOTTY as you wish..... prizes for the best dressed 'SPOTTY' person in each class!!! There will be no homework this Thursday night so everyone can get prepared for turning 'SPOTTY'!!! | CHILDREN IN NEED merchandise on sale - we have in stock wristbands & pin badges on sale at £1.00!!! These will be on sale around classes from Tues 12th..... while stock last! Also - WIN PUDSEY bear - 50p raffle - one pupil will be drawn as the winner and home with Pudsey bear on Friday! | Thank you to everyone who supported our Christmas Card fundraiser this year - all cards have now been ordered and as school we have received £390.00 commission from all orders. | THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! we raised £1014.75 at our TOY SALE - we are delighted! - please see photos in the 'NEWS' section below and on 'CLASS' pages. | PARENTMAIL - Have you downloaded the APP? An email has been sent to all parents explaining this on 7/11/19.  All letters will now be home via EMAIL and on the WEBSITE (under Parents area - Letters)
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School Ethos

At Camphill Primary School we are committed to developing an ethos where a safe, secure, happy and stimulating learning environment is provided.  We seek to promote Christian values as guiding principles for life and living.  It is our desire to develop an ethos where each member of the school community is sensitive to and caring towards the needs and cultures of others.  We aim to foster the development of tolerance, responsibility and respect and to provide equal opportunities for all. All our teachers are competent and committed to meeting the needs of the pupils.  We encourage children to maximise their potential and achieve success.