News and Events

Connect

A hub of information about Connect has been uploaded to our school website today under a new top Menu bar titled ‘Connect’ with sub menus as set out below. What is Connect? How to Get Started on Connect Connect How to Guide for Parents (this page includes translated guides in Simple Chinese) Student School Reports on […]

COVID-19 From the Principal 6 April 2020 4.00pm

Dear Parents/Carers, I do hope all is going well at home for you, and that you and your family are well. We greatly appreciate that many of our families are working through the suggested work provided through class teachers for the last couple of weeks of term, this no doubt will assist in providing some […]

Traffic Crossing Unattended

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 risk the traffic warden who works at the children’s crossing on Comrie Road near Packenham Parade is unable to work the rest of this term. Unfortunately, due to the virus risk there is a shortage of traffic warden relief staff. Please be vigilant whilst crossing without the warden present.

Thank You!

Thank you to the Campbell Community for the wonderful messages that have been sent through to the school over the past few weeks.  They are greatly appreciated. “Thank you for all your amazing work at keeping the school going.  I hope you are all well and coping ok.  Many thanks and remember we will get […]

Campbell Champions 2 April 2020

Congratulations to the following Campbell Champions from 2 April 2020. Oliver H LA07 Keona L LA08 Lakshmi R LA09 Avleen K LA10 Jessica H LA11 Ashley T LA12 Sari R LA13 Candence H LA14 Sophie P LA15 Ella M LA18 Zoe C LA19 Sean V LA20

From the Campbell P&C

As with all things currently, unfortunately the P&C has had to cancel our fun events for Campbell students for this term & next, including closing our canteen.   We thank all of our members, staff & the Campbell community for your ongoing support & we look forward to all the exciting events we can do […]

Letter from the Minister

Dear Parents/Carers, Please take the time to read this important letter in the link below from the Minister of Education. Letter from Minister We appreciate your ongoing support. Kind regards, Lynne Bates Principal