| ||Senior Boys Bulletin |
|Mr Rayer's Words Autumn 11|
|This week I spoke with the boys at Assembly about the importance of being good neighbours and I would ask that we all practice this in our actions around the school.
Maz Butt also performed his winning number from the House Music competition...|
|From The Office|
|End of Day Collection/Parking|
We realise parking is difficult in the immediate vicinity of our school, but we have recently received a number of complaints from local residents. We kindly request parents be understanding towards our neighbours and to be aware of the restrictions around the school and in particular not to:
Thank you for your support with this matter.
- park, wait or pick up boys on the zigzag lines outside the school entrance
- park on any yellow lines near to the crossroads with Sheephouse Road / Ray Park Avenue, or on the corner of The Pagoda
- wait or pick up in The Pagoda within the permit restricted times.
- block residents' driveways or use driveways for turning
Year 11 Internal Examinations
These are in full flow, they finish Monday 11 December. There are two Art days of Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 December.
Lent Term Activities
Lent term activities will be open for online registration via the Activities Hub (activities.clairescourt.net) from Monday 4 December. Listings are available online now, so have a look over the weekend and decide what you would like to do.
Registration will remain open until 5.00pm on Monday 11 December. Closing registration prior to the end of term will enable staff to ensure any organisational matters for the activity groups can be resolved before the holiday.
Activities will begin on Monday 8 January 2018.
Any pupil travelling home on the bus must be signed up for an activity, study session or pre-prep after school care. Pupils not staying after school must register as “Going Home”, ensuring that our “after-hours” fire lists are correct.
If you have any queries, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org rather than calling the school offices as this will avoid any delay
Christmas Lunch & Christmas Jumper Day
A reminder that Christmas lunch will be served on Friday 8 December. To add to the festivities, don’t forget to wear a Christmas jumper and bring a £1 donation for Save the Children.
Christmas Hamper Donations
We will be holding our usual collection of non-perishable items in order that we can make up Christmas Hampers which will be distributed to local elderly and needy families. We are accepting donations until Thursday 7 December. Thanking you in advance.
Important Parking Information at Maidenhead Rugby Football Club
For those parking at Maidenhead Rugby Football Club – From today Friday 1 December be aware that the council parking restrictions either side of the clubhouse will be enforced by a private contractor. Tougher enforcement on double parking, yellow lines, disabled and marked bays . If you are not a member or hold a current car parking permit then you are likely to receive a parking ticket. Please read the parking restriction signs carefully.
Last Week of Term
Week Commencing Monday 11 December - EARLY buses in operation all week.
Activities/Study is not available.
Last Day of Autumn Term – Friday 15 December
School finishes at 12.30pm Coaches depart at 12.35pm
Carol Services - St Lukes Church -Friday 15 December - Save the date
Parents are invited to attend.
Senior Boys B7, B8 & B9 (commence 9.30am)
Senior Boys B10, B11/6th Form (commence 10.50am)
|TRIPS & MORE|
|Rugby Team Photographs|
These have arrived for U12 (A&B), U13(A&B), U14, U15, 1st and 3rd XV. They are on display in the Reception, if you would like to order prints – order forms are available from Mrs Adams. Deadline for orders is 4 December.
House Music Competition
The votes have now been counted after last weeks performances
1st Maz Butt (Rowanhurst), 2nd Sam Walton (Kelly), 3rd Ben Dyer (Ridgeway) and 4th Lewis Gabb (St Lawrence)
From The Kitchen
Apologies to the boys for a small reduction in the choice of hot break items this week. The main oven went bang and we are awaiting a part from Germany. We have prioritised cooking lunches over the huge break selection. Fingers crossed for Christmas lunch day!
If you came along to Rachael William’s resilience presentation, you can find her useful notes here.
Black & White Nike trainers, White shorts, white sports socks and rugby boot bag all named and belonging to Ryan Griffiths. If found please return any items to reception.
Scientist of the Week
Year 8 – Alistair Jesseman – for his excellent attitude to learning.
Linguist of the Week
German – Year 8 – Harry Ruinet and Year 10 – Tom Wakely , for their excellent results in the Common Task.
Mathematician of the Week
Year 7 – Robbie Jones, Year 8 – William Keylock, Year 9 – Felix Stevens, Year 10 – Mal Harris, & Year 11 – Nav Basra.
15-28 July - B11-13 Rugby Tour to Canada Extra Places