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Please be advised that we do have children in school who have nut allergies. As we are a nut free school please remember to NOT send any nuts or food containing nuts into school with your child. Thank you for your support

Family Information Service Newsletter dated 2nd March 2023 (More information can be found at

Family Information Service Newsletter dated 28th February 2023 (More information can be found at

The following email was sent to all parents to advertise our new attendance and absence. We are asking that if you haven't already done so, please download the app:

Subject: Studybugs – report absence securely and help improve children’s health

Dear [PARENT],

We’re pleased to announce that Camp Hill Primary is introducing a new, more efficient and secure system for reporting your child’s absence due to illness, called Studybugs.

If you haven’t already, please get the free Studybugs app, or register on the Studybugs website, and use it to tell us whenever your child’s ill and unable to attend school.

Get the app or register now (

Thank you,
Camp Hill Primary School

Top 3 reasons to use Studybugs
1. It’s integrated with our systems so we know right away if your child is unaccounted for.
2. It’s quick and easy to register and use and automatically reminds you to keep us posted.
3. You’ll be helping the NHS and other public health organisations improve children’s health. (

Family Information Service Newsletter dated 21st February 2023

January 2023 Newsletter - Please be aware that some dates may have changed since our last dates for your diary

Dates for your Diary

Supporting your Child's Mental Health

Information from Warwickshire Welfare Scheme

Dinner Menus

Yoga Classes for Year 5 & 6

Special Menu for Thursday 6th October 2022

PE Timetable

Household Support Fund Information

Please note uniform orders need to be in at the Schoolwear Centre for the best chance of having uniform for the start of the new term in September.

Health and Relationship Education

Covid Vaccinations for Children

We are starting the Jubilee celebrations with a special menu for Wednesday 25th May.

We would like to encourage all children from Reception to Year 6 to try our healthy and nutritious lunches, so on Thursday 19th May (School Census Day), there will be a special lunch menu and we would like as many children as possible to give it a try.

Parent update; Please check your emails for an update on our new cashless system ParentPay. If you have not received an email please contact us (via email) at using the email address you would like the school to record on your child’s contact information. 

Activation letters for ParentPay will be sent home this Friday 01.04.22. Please then activate your account as soon as possible as our current system PAY360 will be deactivated on Friday 01.04.22.

New menus starting week beginning 7th March 2022

Term Dates 2021/2022

Here are the menus for the new school year. Menus are on a 3 week rotation (dates can be found at the top of each menu) and we will be starting with the week 2 menu.

Menu for the Summer Term

Transitioning from primary to secondary school can be very unsettling for many young people with many mixed emotions. was established in 2004 and is a Free, Safe and Anonymous website offering support for young people aged 11+.

Weekly menu for the Summer Term



School uniform can be purchased online from the Schoolwear Centre, Nuneaton. Please copy and paste the link below into your browser:


Ties and book bags can be bought directly from the school by going into SIMS-pay and purchasing the items. The school will check SIMS-pay and pass the purchased items to your child.

HELEN ARKELL DYSLEXIA CHARITY are able to offer free places on their HELP Parents Course to lower-income families. The courses help parents of children with dyslexia to support them at home with reading, spelling, maths and study skills. There are six online 1.5-hour sessions with support slides and recordings available if the parent cannot attend live. This is especially helpful while lots of children are doing their lessons at home.


If you feel that you may benefit from this course please follow the link below:

The following websites are designed to offer help and information to families:

The impact of parental conflict on children

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Warwickshire County Council have worked closely with Children and Families Services to produce a vidoe about the impact of parental conflicts on children

Several parents have been asking about age related expectations. We are sharing with you all those expectations for maths, reading and writing.

Special Delivery! Today we have finally received our LGBTQIA and inclusive family books that were purchased with the money raised from our rainbow bake sale (all those months ago). These books will be split between the classes, so that every class will have access to their own copies, with a huge bundle of books to be split between KS1 and the foundation stages too! Please remind your children of these and ask which ones they are excited to read! If you are also interested in buying some of these books to have at home, they all came from The Letterbox Library: Thank you again to everyone that attended and contributed to the bake sale, we wouldn't have these without you! Miss Wray and the Rainbow Ambassadors

Weekly Menu - Please note that unfortunately we can no longer offer the green option on Fridays

Covid-19 Information for Parents and Carers

We are pleased to confirm that as of Monday there will also be a Jacket Potato option, which will be served with Cheese and Beans.

PE TIMETABLE (PLease remember children are to come to school in their PE kits and will stay in them throughout the day):


Mondays - 3LG, 3ES, 5HC & 5NT

Tuesday - 1NL, 4EW & 4EB

Wednesday - Nursery, 1KE & 2KA

Thursday - RSCB, 2RS & 6LG

Friday - RTM, 6LBM & 6DP

Free School Meals

Below are the menus for children starting back to school. PLEASE NOTE we can only offer a hot or cold deli bags

Plan for September

Young People Mental Health Campaign

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Do Not Struggle Alone

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Do Not Struggle Alone

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Mental Health Video 1.mp4

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Information for Children on feeling safe and comfortable

Support for Parents/Carers during school closures

Parent meeting - Online resources for children to do at home

Class Assemblies

PE Timetable

Head Lice

SEN Information


We understand that it can be difficult to find the best information about support and the different service for SEND so we have added a few useful links here. If you know any that have not been included that you feel may be useful, please contact Mrs Whybrow.


CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service)

Useful information and resources for parents with concerns about their children's mental health


Family Information Service

Free information and signposting service for families with children and young people aged 0 – 25 and professionals working with families in Warwickshire.


National Autistic Society

Useful information for families of children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions


Children's Occupational Therapy

Advice and information on a range of conditions affecting fine motor skills and daily living skills


Children's Physiotherapy

Advice and information on a range of physical difficulties and the support the service offers


The Curly Hair Project

Information and support for families with girls with Autistic Spectrum Conditions



Formerly Parent Partnership, independent advice and support for families of children with SEND in Warwickshire


Speech and Language Therapy

Guide to services provided by South Warwickshire NHS Trust Speech and Language Therapy services


Warwickshire Local Offer

One-stop shop showing all of the services available for children and young people with SEND in Warwickshire




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