Bell Times

9:25 – 9:55     Period 1

9:55 – 10:25   Period 2

10:25 – 10:55  Period 3

10:55 – 11:25  Period 4

11:25 – 12:05  Nutrition Break 1

12:05 – 12:35  Period 5

12:35 – 1:05  Period 6

1:05 – 1:35    Period 7

1:35 – 2:05      Period 8

2:05 – 2:45  Nutrition Break 2

2:45 – 3:15     Period 9

3:15 – 3:45   Period 10

Our School

Our school is located in the Galt section of Cambridge. The original school building was opened in 1963 almost in the middle of a pasture. Very few houses surrounded the school. The original school only had four classrooms. The Principal shared the office with the librarian, special education teacher and the secretary. Two additions were added in 1978 and this is the school building you visit today.


The school originally was built for the new community developed in the Blair Road subdivision. The school grew in population and demographics when in 1998, Dickie Settlement School (kindergarten to grade 3) and Cecil Cornwall School (grade 4 – 8) closed due to the provincial accommodation reviews. The board made the decision at that time, to bus the kindergarten to grade 6 students from the North Dumfries Township to Blair Road Public School. Students continue to be bused in from the west side of Cambridge, Browns Subdivision and part of the township.


Our Vision is

Inspiring student learning through the focused efforts of all community members


Our Code of Conduct is…

Blair Bandits will:

Be Inclusive

Be Honest

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Be Their Best


Our credo is…

Blair Road School – A Learning Adventure

Our Students

Our student population remains steady most years at approximately 360 students from junior kindergarten to grade 6.  All our regular stream students move on to St. Andrews PS for their senior school years, and then attend either Galt C.I. or Southwood S.S. Included in our population are students who are enrolled in two Area classes.



Parents and Community


Blair Road’s School Council is an advisory body that functions within the parameters of the Ministry of Education and Board policy. Our School Council is a dedicated group of parents who provide advice to the principal on school policies, and through fundraising activities that enhance learning opportunities and sponsor special activities for our students and community. The School Council, through their fundraising contributes resources for off-campus excursions, classroom purchases and many special events.


The School Council supported the construction of a new primary creative playground, provided a new sound system for the gym, and other projects that support our students.