Thu Oct 2 2014

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Special Educational Needs

From 1st September 2014, the Department for Education introduced reforms to the way support is provided to children with Special Educational Needs.  These reforms are very wide reaching and will impact significantly on how we work with parents and support children. Part of these reforms require each school to produce their 'Local Offer', which encapsulates how our school manages special needs and what parents can expect from us.

To view our school's Local Offer and for more information about the changes click here.

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Coolhurst Junior Tennis run tennis coaching programmes for children aged 3-16 years.Their Autumn Term programme runs from 8th September to 14th December.

Download their flyer with details here.

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Our Reception and Key Stage 1 children use Purple Mash to continue their learning at home! Each child has their own username and password. Click to explore the fun activities!

   

Our Key Stage 2 pupils use Fronter to reinforce and extend their learning outside school. Each class has their own virtual room, plus there are other areas e.g. the Choir Room and ICT Club. Each pupil has their own username and password. Click to log in.

   

Campsbourne School is on Twitter! Follow us to find out about the latest news and events!

       

 Check out what our ICT Club have been doing!

 

Our Year 4, 5 and 6 classes have started blogging. Read their posts.

   

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Newsletter 26/09/14

Is my child well enough to attend school?

Many children experience common ailments from time to time. Most of these do not need a prescription, are rarely serious and do not require time away from school. Often treating your child’s ailment or illness yourself, or with advice and medicines from your pharmacist, can be the quickest and easiest way to deal with it.