We would like to hear your views about how we are doing.
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey.
Thursday 15th December 2016
Please follow the link to access further information about the above review.
We wish to ensure that everyone at Campie Primary School provides opportunities for all families to engage in their child’s learning.
An opportunity to come along and meet that staff that lead your children’s learning in school. All welcome.
Thursday 1st September
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***Please note the Assembly on 11/11/16 is for P4 and P3/4
This first full week of learning has been very positive. Lots of learning in numeracy, literacy and health and wellbeing already! Classes are also busy working on their charters -some classes have even looked at the values linked to the Olympic games. Children have been prepared for our Drop Everything and Read challenge and a few classes have gone to visit the Book Festival. Displays are beginning to appear that encourage us to have a Growth Mindset and today’s assembly launched the beginning of the campaign to elect our new Pupil Council Representatives. A busy week . . .
If you would like to find out more about the French your child has been learning in Primary One, follow the link to a selection of songs and stories that your child will know from their P1 experience.
If you are an expectant father you may like to join one of these opportunities.
Follow the link for more information.
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During the Parent Consultations (20/10/15 and 22/10/15) a number of different options for Home Learning were shared. We detailed the purpose of home learning and our central aims in creating a new approach.
There was an opportunity for parents/carers to vote on the preferred format and make suggestions to ensure the model we adopted for Home Learning is:
- enjoyable for all
- provides opportunities for children to be creative
- providing choice in the tasks and how learners undertake them.
Please follow the link for more information on our new approach.
Please find attached details of parent/carer workshops and opportunities for drop-in based at Fisherrow Centre.