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Term 3 Learning Journey
Learning Journey provides an opportunity for students to take an active role in the communication of their learning to their families and carers. It allows our school community to celebrate and reflect together on what has been achieved and think about what learning can take place next. Parents, family members and carers are invited to visit classrooms and learn about the wonderful work our students have been doing.
Your child may take you to some of the "Talking Points" around the classroom and school to share and explain their learning experiences with you. They might show you work that is on display or in their books that they are proud of. If you have more than one child at Campbell Primary in grades K-6 you may choose to visit each child's class separately within the time given, or go together with all of your children.
Please listen and ask questions, such as:
- What did you learn when you did this?
- Did you enjoy doing this activity?
- Did anyone work on this with you?
At Learning Journey families will be asked to complete a form '3 Stars and a Wish'. The form asks families to note 3 things that their child is doing well, and 1 area for further development/improvement. This will provide teachers with valuable feedback and will help inform future planning and teaching. For families who are unable to attend Learning Journey a '3 Stars and a Wish' form will be sent home for you to complete and return. We would appreciate families completing these forms and returning them to your child's teacher as promptly as possible so that with your feedback we can continue working to improve your child's learning at Campbell Primary.
Please note that Learning Journey is not the appropriate time for an individual interview. If you would like to request an interview please contact your child's teacher to make arrangements for a mutually convenient time.
Where & When:
Campbell Preschool (Dolphins) 8.30-9.30am on Tuesday 16th September
Allen Main Memorial Preschool (Navy) 9:30-10:30am on Tuesday 16th September
Kindergarten, Year 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 8.30-9.30am on Tuesday, 16th September
Campbell Preschool (Whales) 8.30-9.30am on Thursday, 18th September
Allen Main Memorial Preschool (Maroon) 9:30-10:30am on Thursday, 18th September
Posted on 02 Sep 2014
Canteen Online Ordering is Here!
Begins Today 26th August 2014.
Our school has now introduced a great new online ordering system for the canteen called FlexiSchools. This system allows parents, students and staff to place orders from home, work or school at any time via the website or school app. The payment is also done online, so less paper bags, cash, cheques, and envelopes are sent via your student to school. As well as being convenient for parents, the online orders are much faster and easier for the school coordinator to process - so it makes everyone's life a little easier. FlexiSchools is well established and tested, operating in hundreds of schools across Australia.
Getting online is easy and only takes a few minutes to register. Simply go to FlexiSchools (http://www.flexischools.com.au/) and click "Register Now". You will be sent an email with further instructions on how to complete the registration. Once registered, you can start placing orders immediately. If you have any questions, FlexiSchools provide a great help desk on 1300 361 769, or you can contact them via their website.
There are a variety of payment options supported, including Visa, Mastercard (credit and debit) and Bank Transfer. The system operates via a pre-paid account, so you no longer have to worry about the manual process of sending payments into school, and you can easily budget your students spending and expenses throughout the year.
The system is now available to set up your family account and first online orders will be for Tuesday 26th August, so we look forward to seeing your next order online!
Posted on 21 Aug 2014
AMMP Celebrates 50 Years
On Saturday 21st June, 2014 Allen Main Memorial Preschool celebrated its 50th Birthday.After an official Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony by Ngunnawal Elder Matilda House, Mrs Mandy Tutalo introduced special guests Michael Main and Grainne Favre.
Michael came all the way from the UK and Grainne from Switzerland to represent the Main family who were the original founders of the preschool back in 1964.
The day was filled with entertainment and performances by Campbell High School's Year 9 Band Performance and the Navy and Maroon groups 'Jump, Jump, Star' & 'The Wombat Wobble' dances.
President of the Allen Main Memorial Preschool's Parent Association Rob Barr and (representing the Commandant) Lieutenant Colonel Chief of Staff Andy Behan of the Royal Military College unveiled the new Preschool Mosaic which was definitely a highlight.
Posted on 19 Aug 2014
New Canteen Manager
Our new Canteen Manager is Sharon Henderson, she started Tuesday Term 3 Week 1. She is ex navy with a husband who is in Defence, she is a qualified chef and a mother. Please make her feel welcome.
Posted on 01 Jul 2014
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Welcome to Campbell Primary School's webpage. I hope the information on our webpage assists you to learn more about our school.
Campbell Primary School is a Learning Community. The fundamental purpose of our school is to ensure high levels of learning for all students. The school exists to educate students to prepare them for a successful life beyond school within the community.
The staff at Campbell Primary School are professional educators committed to building a dynamic and safe learning community for all children in our care. Learning is the main purpose of Campbell Primary School for both students and teachers. More information can be found in the section labelled "Focus on Learning".
As well as educating students, Campbell Primary School equips students with the social skills needed, and encourages everyone to develop strong friendships.
Reading through our website you will find detailed information about the programs we have developed to meet the learning needs of our students. We are proud of the respectful, inclusive and happy learning environment that we have established to support all students in their learning. Information about recent initiatives and school achievements can be found in the annual School Board Report.
On behalf of our students and staff, I extend an invitation to you to visit our school and learn more about what makes Campbell Primary School a special place for learning.
I look forward to welcoming you to our school.