Cracking the Code – Phonological awareness instruction. CtC is a short duration, low intensity program which integrates instruction across a broad range of phonological awareness skills with an emphasis on phonemic awareness. It uses explicit and developmentally appropriate teaching practices. It is a highly engaging and fun learning programme. Our students in Kindergarten are doing […]
News and Events
Dear Parents/carers of the Year 6 students, Over the last several years we have held the Year 6 Graduation at the KingdomCity Church. This year we are unable to hold the event there and have looked for alternative venues nearby with no success. The Graduation event has been discussed at School Board, with a decision […]
Music Informance Sessions will be held on 18, 19 and 27 June 2019. This year Music at Campbell Primary School will be trialling a new format of reporting to parents. In addition to receiving subject area grades for music, parents will be given the opportunity to view a variety of activities that the children have […]
All students are invited to wear either red or blue on 19 June 2019 for a gold coin donation to raise funds for the Smith Family Foundation. This fundraising event is being coordinated by the student councillors. Please view the video below for more details.
On Thursday 6 June 2019 the junior school held a Grandparents Assembly hosted by ELA5. After the assembly grandparents had the opportunity to join their grand children in the classroom, viewing student work and participating in activities. It was fabulous to see the delight on children’s faces sharing this time with their grandparents Many grandparents […]
This term ELA5 learnt the story ‘Karana – the story of the Father Emu’. This is a story retold by Uncle Joe Kirk, an elder of the Wakka Wakka people, near Brisbane. The emu plays a significant part in Wakka Wakka culture. He symbolises the father figure who nurtures the whole family. Our ELA5 students […]
Issue 4 is now available online and orders are due 16th June 2019. Hard copy catalogues will be distributed as soon as they arrive.http://scholastic.com.au/schools/bookclub/bc_parents.asp Discalimer When purchasing books from the 12+ range it is recommended parents check the content of the books as they may contain content that may require guidance from parents when reading. […]