Working Together

Following announcements across the UK, we are reminded that this Pandemic is going to be with us for some time yet.  Our priority continues to be ensuring the health and safety of our whole community, whilst maintaining the boys’ education and learning.

We can only do this if we all work together and collectively stick to the guidelines.  This becomes more important than ever.  Please remind your son/s of their important role as we work together to keep our classrooms open.

We thank-you for your continued support.

Headmaster,

Robert Robinson

 

 

Updates

Senior School

We are delighted that the new structures we have put in place in accordance with the 'New School Day' Guidance are working well and thank all our pupils and staff for their partnership as we settle into a new routine.

We recognise that there will continue to be questions and we hope that this page provides some answers for you.  We have endeavoured to work through all scenarios but if there are questions you still have, please do not hesitate to reach out on  hmoffice@campbellcollege.co.uk and we will do our best to provide any further clarity if needed.

This is a new way of working for all of us and we will continue to do all that we can to ensure pupils feel safe and supported as we all readjust. 

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The New School Day

Health and Hygiene

School Shop

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'StopCOVID NI' app

Transport

FAQ

Boarding Family Back Together

We are  loving having all our boarders settled and enjoying life on Campus. Whilst routines are slightly different, the culture is the same and our boarding family is enjoying being back together again. 

We continue to work hard to ensure all the boys are safe and well and as a reassurance for all our boarding families, Campbell College as a member of the Boarding Schools’ Association is adhering to the BSA Covid-Safe Charter. This is a voluntary code to which schools can adhere and which, aims to give confidence to everyone that we are following all the appropriate measures to ensure that our school is a safe environment. Families and agents can be assured that our priority is the safety of our pupils and staff read more.  

We  assure all boys, parents, guardians, agents and staff that we  continue to work to ensure that Campbell College is a safe, secure and welcoming environment for all. As always, should you have any further questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact us.

Mr Bert Robinson, Head of Boarding 

Boarding Information

BSA Covid-Safe Charter

As a member of the Boarding Schools’ Association we are adhering to the BSA Covid-Safe Charter. This is a voluntary code to which schools can adhere and which, aims to give confidence to everyone that we are following all the appropriate measures to ensure that our school is a safe environment. Families and agents can be assured that our priority is the safety of our pupils and staff read more.

Kindergarten & Junior School Full of Life

We have missed our brilliant boys and it has been fantastic to welcome them safely back again! Our corridors and classrooms are full of life once more.

Every effort has been made to ensure  a safe, secure and welcoming environment , and this page is intended to provide reassurance as to the measures which have been put in place to safeguard our whole school community. With guidelines continuously subject to change, we would advise that you keep an eye on this page, as it will be regularly updated as the situation evolves.

As always, should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

With the continued support of our whole school community at Campbell, we look forward to a safe and successful term. 

It is wonderful to have everyone back together again!

Andrea Brown, Head of Junior School

Planning for a safe return to Junior School & Kindergarten

Guiding Principles

Safeguarding our whole school community is paramount, and so our planning for a safe return to Junior School and Kindergarten has been guided by the following principles:

1.           Keeping Covid-19 out of Campbell!

If a pupil or staff member, or anyone they live with, has any of the following symptoms, they must not come to school until they have been tested for Covid-19:

  • a high temperature
  • a new, continuous cough
  • a loss of, or change, in sense of smell or taste

To minimise the risk of infection, only essential visits will be permitted to the College.

Pupils and staff returning from countries outside Northern Ireland must follow the latest government regulations, which may involve a 14 day period of self-isolation. 

2.           Adhering to the latest public health and health & safety legislation and advice.

3.           Using the Department of Education NI and Health & Social Care Trust guidance as frameworks to inform risk assessment and planning.

4.           Implementing protective measures to control and mitigate risk, including:

  • Social distancing (increasing separation and decreasing interaction)
  • Enhanced hygiene measures (respiratory hygiene & hand washing)
  • Extension of cleaning practices

5.           Clearly communicating with our whole school community, and ensuring they are consulted regarding the effectiveness of our new safeguarding procedures.

Further Information

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