How do you Think Children are Supported at Campie?

Do you have a spare few minutes to complete this survey?

“Dear Learner,
 
We are carrying out a review to find out how well East Lothian children and young people are supported at school.  This will help us understand what works well and also what we need to improve. 
 
You can help us by completing an online survey that gives you the opportunity to share your views.   Use the web link below to complete the online survey.  At the end of the survey you will have the opportunity to leave comments.  All responses are anonymous.  
 
The survey must be completed by Friday 21st December.”
 

Rights Respecting Schools Bronze Award

Campie are now well on their way to receiving their Bronze Rights Respecting School Award! An important part of their learning is to talk about the rights together at home…look out for the articles highlighted on our home-school communication, ‘ Campie Connects’.

 

TOGETHER WE WILL ACHIEVE OUR BRONZE AWARD!

 

New School Lunch Menu

Our new school lunch menu starts next week. Have a look with your family over what delicious meals you would like.

Remember Campie is becoming a cash free school so please pay for school meals online. If you’re unsure how to do this please speak with a member of our office staff.

Please be aware that Friday packed lunches must be ordered by the Wednesday to avoid disappointment.

ARRRRRGH! Storybook Bags are a Success!

A great message we received from a member of our Campie Community – we thought you might like to see it…

“Thanks for the loan of the storybook bag over the holiday. We really enjoyed it, as you can see from the photo! What a fantastic idea – we’re looking forward to another one soon!”

Great to see children getting into their reading. If you would like to borrow a storybook bag then please contact Mrs Matheson. A full list of storybook bags can be seen in the Home Learning section of the school website.

Storybook Bags are now Available!

Exciting news! Storybook Bags are now available to borrow from Campie Primary. If you enjoy reading at home with your child and want to take it to the next level then these bags are perfect. Most include some stories on a topic, toys and even games. Here’s one about Houses and Homes:

Here is a list of what is on offer from Campie, check them out – literally!

Anyone can borrow the Storybook Bags but they might be more suited to P1 and 2s.

If you’re interested e-mail Mrs Matheson with the bag number and title as well as the name and class of your child. She will then  do her best to get it out as quickly as she can.

We do ask that all items in the bags are treated carefully and that they are returned in the condition they were loaned (or better). Also, once you are finished the Storybook Bag can you please return it quickly so other children may have the opportunity to use it – 1 bag at a time please.

We hope you have a great time reading, playing and exploring with your child! Happy reading!

Parental Engagement Survey 2019

Hello Campie Community!

We would love it if you could take 5 minutes out of your busy day to complete this short survey on Parental Engagement. It really would mean a lot to us and will help to make improvements to the school in the future. Please fill one in even if you think things are going fine – we like to hear that to!

Here’s the link  and thank you!

 

 

Asthma: Week 35 25 – 31 August – A Guide for Patients/Carers

Rise in Asthma Attacks

Did you know there is a rise in Asthma Attacks in August when pupils go back to school after their summer holidays?

Each year we see an increase in asthma attacks in children when they return to school which often result in admission to hospital. 

Check out our top tips to try and avoid this happening.

Remember, asthma attacks are serious and you need to get help day or night if your child is not responding to their blue inhaler.

Focussed School Review

 

 

Dear Parents and Carers

During the week beginning the 1st of April 2019 a local authority team visited our school to undertake a focused school review. We are delighted that we are now able to share the outcome of the visit.

In the report there are positives which a have been highlighted and next steps and aspects for improvement which have been identified.  In conjunction with our own ongoing self-evaluation we have used the review recommendations to inform our School Improvement Plan for 2019/2020.

We look forward to the whole school community working together to bring about the improvements identified.

Mrs P McKay

Campie Primary Focussed Review April 2019