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On Friday 5th May, Camp Hill Primary School spent the day celebrating the coronation of King Charles III. To commemorate this important event, all classes had fun at our coronation picnic party and created a collaborated piece of work to fill the Camp Hill Primary School 2023 Coronation Time Capsule. Today the members of our school council have buried the time capsule on the school field, with the help of our site manager, Mr Ward! We are excited to have celebrated such a historical and memorable occasion!

Camp Hill Sewing Club have been very busy creating some beautiful items, which they are able to take home. Thank you to all the pupils in the club for their hard work and a big shout out and thank you to Miss Hicks and Miss Edge for running the club each week.

Camp Hill Children & Family Centre Lego Club

Supporting your Child's Mental Health

Children in Need

A big thank you to Steve 'The Scruffy Plant Man' for a most generous donation of different types of plants and vegetables for us to get our green fingers stuck into! Keep an eye on our progress and hopefully it won't be long before we will have some delicious fresh vegetables to share.

We are pleased to announce that 'The Belgrade Theatre' will be coming to Camp Hill Primary via an online performance

of 'Jack and the Beanstalk'. Your children will be watching this at some point before the end of term.  

I would like to thank members of the PTA for agreeing to pay for this exciting event out of the PTA funds.


Thank you 


Kerry Parker and the PTA

Camp Hill Primary 

Wear a Christmas Hat Day

Christmas Jumper Day

TT Rockstars competition starts today

TT Rockstars competition. Children can log into their account on 9th November to earn points for the school.

Well done Camp Hill Primary school for raising £391 for Children in Need 2019

Well done Camp Hill Primary school for raising £393 on Christmas Jumper Day 2019

On Friday 12th June Nursery and Reception children in Bubble 1 enjoyed taking part in a science experiment involving skittles (sweets) and warm water. The children watched in amazement to what happened to an arrangement of skittles when warm water was poured over the sweets. The children discovered that the shells of the coloured sweets which are made from sugar, melted when mixed with water causing a rainbow effect. The children also learned that if you combine two primary colours, you create a secondary colour. For example the colours yellow and red mixed together make orange.

Lockdown Activities part 2

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The second video sent in by one of our parents

Lockdown Activities part 1

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The first of two videos sent in by one of our parents.
Mollie and Macie's mum has sent us a couple of videos showing one of the things the girls have been doing during lockdown. The dances that they are performing were choreographed by the girls themselves. Very talented.

24th April 2020. The children made some bird feeders and put them in the playground

Today the children have been making dream catchers and working in the Forest school area, re-weaving the Willow and creating natural pieces of art.

2 photos sent in last week by a parent

8th April 2020

7th April 2020 This morning's keep fit session

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7th April 2020 This morning's flowers and rainbows

6th April 2020 - Today the children made Easter Eggs and Sock Bunnies

3rd April

2nd April 2020 Today the children watched 'newsround' and were reminded of the second ‘Clap for the NHS’ at 8pm. They then did some role play working in a doctors surgery and hospital in the hall and made paintings to display as an act of appreciation. Aren't they lovely pictures?

A certificate presented (safely) to one of our children by a neighbour for brightening up his street

2nd April 2020

1st April 2020

27th March 2020

26th March Morning Rainbows

25th March 2020 Afternoon Rainbows

25th March 2020 Morning Exercises

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25th March 2020 This morning's Rainbow Pictures

The first of our Rainbow pictures

Daily Exercise

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Our Online Safety Cadets kick started Safer internet day with an assembly

The Fire brigade came into school to deliver their important training on fire safety.

Their were demonstrations, dressing Miss Howard as a fire person and important information on what to do if there was a fire.

Unfortunately, they were called away to a fire, so we are awaiting their return!

The Police came into school to talk to the Year Six children about Transition to High school. They discussed:Peer pressure, Anti-social behaviour, Hate crime and Drugs.

The Police are frequent visitors to the school as familiar faces and support for those who need it.


The Subject Ambassadors prepared a Christmas feast of food from around the world for the Governors, subject leaders and other guests at our school.

Nursery's attendance award

MacMillan coffee morning

Art and DT Week


This term our whole school topic has been 'Artists'. To end our topic we held a whole school Art and DT week. Each year group was given an artist and were asked to create a piece of artwork in the style of that artist using a particular skill such as painting, drawing or printing etc. 

Chocolate Bingo

Mothers Day Afternoon Tea