From the principal:
This term has absolutely flown by but some amazing things have been happening at Campbell Street Primary School. The biggest is our involvement with Guide Dogs Tasmania and Metro to be a part of a wonderful project to help spread the word about Guide Dogs. At school we have been learning all about Guide Dogs and the important roles they play in vision impaired people's lives. We  have, more importantly, been learning and sharing the message that guide dogs are allowed to go anywhere: in taxis, on buses, restaurants, etc. They have also learnt that dogs with their jacket on are working so you do not pat or play with them.
All students have  completed a piece of artwork that will be used on a Metro bus to advertise this information. The bus will be displaying this artwork and the Guide Dogs message, "Get On Board with Guide Dogs...they can go anywhere!" on it's journeys for 6 months thank to Metro.
On the 27th April starting at 12:20 we will be having a media event on the netball court at school. There will be special guests from Guide Dogs Tasmania and Metro in attendance along with the media. The bus will be on display also during this time. Some of our students will get to travel on the bus on a journey via Salamanca lawns to the corner of Elizabeth and Warwick Streets, for the official opening of the Guide Dogs ‘Garden of Memories’ at 1:30pm.
 
The reporting timeline for 2016
 
June 27 – 1 July:  Full written report and Parent Teacher Meetings
A report providing clear, detailed information about your child’s progress and any matters that need attention. This report will also include a rating of A-E for English, Mathematics, Science and History to indicate the award students are “on track” to receive at the end of the year, based on evidence demonstrated so far. 
This year this report will be sent to parents prior to the week beginning Monday June 27, 2016.
 
December 16: End of Year Summary Report
A report providing you with brief information about your child’s end-of-year results containing an A-E rating for English, Mathematics, Science and History, and a comment for Geography, Music and HPE.
 
The A-E ratings are developed according to the Australian Curriculum.  The ratings inform you of the following:
 
          A well above the standard expected
B above the standard expected
C at the standard expected
D approaching the standard expected
E below the standard expected
 
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 Documents

 
  
  
  
  
Calendar Feb T1.pdf
  
24/02/2016 9:47Oates, Ricky W
CSPSCanteenMenu.pdf
  
23/05/2017 8:55Oates, Ricky W
ECE Water Orientation.pdf
  
19/08/2016 10:22Dillon, Jenny
March School News.pdf
  
31/03/2016 18:21Oates, Ricky W
School Days Flyer B.pdf
  
17/02/2017 12:03Oates, Ricky W