Did you know Campie is 100 years old this year???? We’re on the lookout for any old photos or memorabilia from our Campie Community for an exhibition taking place on the 31st of May – 1st June. We promise all items will all be returned to owners in pristine condition! ???
— Campie Primary (@whatsonatcampie) March 27, 2019
Yum Yum! Campie is starting a Breakfast Club, so our children can be filled with all the energy they need so they can be #achievingeveryday. Starts February 25th – see Mrs Matheson for details #thenurtureroom ??????????♂️?♀️ pic.twitter.com/htwOPQfcgW
— Campie Primary (@whatsonatcampie) February 22, 2019
Campie’s Parental Engagement Group have been researching lots of different websites and have come across Parent Club. It’s an amazing place filled with amazing life hacks , including: help with learning, healthy eating or just some top tips for daily life.
Check it out at: http://www.parentclub.scot
Also, check out our Useful Information section for other worthwhile links.
East Lothian 1st Response offers support to those in distress or in crisis. They provide face-to-face support throughout East Lothian, Monday – Friday.
Please note that how people access this support has changed from a drop in service to an appointment system. An appointment can be made by phoning: 07966 526 452
Are you a P5 child or parent/carer of a P5 child? You may be interested in attending the Jobs Kingdom Live event in May 2019.
Campie is always looking for ways to improve the way we get in touch with parents and carers. Be sure to complete a Parental Engagement survey when you come for your parent evening appointment. Alternatively if you can’t make it or prefer to do surveys online please visit our Parental Engagement Survey link.
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Please open the link to find out more about this session’s improvement plan.
Progressing Children’s Rights in Scotland – An Action Plan 2018-21: Consultation
On 2 July, the SG published the consultation on Progressing Children’s Rights in Scotland – An Action Plan 2018-21.
The link below will take you to a shortened version of that consultation, designed for children and young people.
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child – what is it?
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is an international treaty that sets out the rights that all children and young people under the age of 18 have.
What are Rights?
Rights are about making sure people are treated well and get a fair deal. They set out the sorts of things that must be put in place for this to happen. Everybody has rights. Children’s rights are human rights. The rights set out in the UNCRC include, for example, the right of children and young people to an education, good quality health care, to be protected from being hurt or badly treated and the right to relax and play.
Just to let you know that there will be no Traffic Guide at the High Street/Neuk tomorrow and Thursday (15th and 16th August). Fortunately, there are pedestrian lights at this location.