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!
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!
The Summer Fayre was a fantastic success! A huge thank you to the fundraising team for all their hard work and commitment. They worked tirelessly to ensure the day was fun and ran smoothly. A big thank you to all the volunteers that helped on the day too. We look forward to hearing how successful the outcome is and how much has been raised to fund the playground improvements.
Thanks for all your support over these last few weeks! We’re all looking forward to the Reading is Braw party tomorrow!
Can you do us a big favour though and fill in a quick survey about the experience.
Just click on the link below:
Thanks for all your support!
Mr Keiller is trying to start an after school Lego Club, but he needs your help. There are a few tubs already in school but we could do with lots more. The Parent Council have also kindly said they would contribute.
If you have Lego at home not doing anything we would very much appreciate it. We are in need of LEGO bricks, wheels, cool bits and pieces, minfigs and baseboards.
If we get all the parts we need then the Club should be ready to go in the Summer Term!
Please hand in all donations to Mr Keiller (bags, boxes, whatever). and remember, the only limit is your imagination!