|Mr Spanswick's Words Summer 11|
|Rehearsals have been the order of the week, and I hope that I will be able to see many of you at the Reception - Year 2 production on Tuesday morning, and at the Year 3-6 production and Prize Giving on Wednesday afternoon. These events always close...|
|From the Office|
END OF TERM ARRANGEMENTS
Last Week of Summer Term
Early buses all week. There will be no Activity and Study Clubs w/c 10 July.
After School Care - available Monday to Thursday only (note is in operation on the last day for Nursery children only)
Can parents please ensure ALL BOYS bring a packed lunch on Wednesday 12 July. There will be no dinner served on this day.
On Thursday 13 July, there will be a change to the normal menu. The lunch being served will be chicken goujons and chips.
Friday 14 July - Last day of Summer Term
Buses home are operating at the revised times to coincide with the early finish.
Nursery - Normal day until 3.30pm with After School Care available to Nursery children only.
Junior Girls - Pick up from 12noon. We kindly ask that parents do not congregate in the Atrium but collect their daughter from the playground.
Senior Girls - 12.15pm finish
Sixth Form - 12.00noon finish
Junior Boys - 12.00noon finish
Senior Boys - 12.30pm finish
Coach Requirements for September 2017 - REMINDER
Information on the coach services for September 2017 was emailed last week Please use the online booking form to reserve a place no later than 14 July.
Inter-site Transfer and Coach Requirements
Inter-site transfer is now available between Junior Girls and Junior Boys both in the morning and evening. Further information can be found here. If you are interested in using this service, or using our home to school coach service please complete the online form here by 14 July.
Extreme Reading Challenge
Information on the Junior Boys Extreme Reading Challenge this Summer
The Rabbit winners this week are Kerim Yilmaz and the whole of Year 1. Kerim has been particularly thoughtful and kind this week with both the staff and his peers, and he thoroughly deserves this accolade. Year 1 have also been brilliant! They have been polite, caring to new pupils and generally a pleasure to be around, especially on their trip to Windsor Castle. Well done to our Rabbit winners this week.
22-24 Sept - Y5 Marchants Hill
Words from the Head of Sport
Last Friday we saw a fantastic Sports Day at Claires Court Junior Boys. All pupils competed in a variety of events all earning points for their houses. Please see the Sports Day report for further details. This week we have returned to cricket and House matches. All House competition were played in two semi-finals the teams then progressing to either a 3rd/4th place play off or the final. The Year 4 pupils competed on Tuesday and Thursday playing some superb cricket. The competition finished:
The Year 6 House matches took a slightly different format, with all of Year 6 doning hawaiian shirts, grass skirts and flip flops for an afternoon of Caribbean Cricket. The BBQ was lit and and reggae music playing which meant it was a fantastic way for the Year 6 pupils to finish their sporting careers at Junior Boys. Please see the full report for further details. The competition finished: