|Mr Spanswick's Words Autumn 12|
|Our penultimate week of the year has been so much fun!! Rather than have me tell you all about it, our pictures will certainly speak louder than words, and please click here to go to our gallery.
|From the Office|
Rabbit winners this week are Josh Sharma and Dylan Bridges. Josh has impressed his sports teachers and classroom teachers over the past fortnight with his commitment to his peers and the school. Equally, Dylan has pleased Mr Gillespie and Mrs Stay with his wonderful attitude in school towards others. Both boys are worthy winners of the Rabbit award this week.
A huge thank you to all Pre-Prep parents who generously donated at our Nativity in church this morning. A contribution of £223.87 will be forwarded to The Link Foundation, our charity this Christmas. Donations in the way of cash or Tesco food vouchers can still be placed in the designated Link Foundation post box situated in our Reception.
Parents are invited to attend on Thursday 14 December at All Saints Church at 2.30pm for Y3-Y6 joint service with CCJG.
A slight change to next weeks menu - Thursday’s selection will now be available on Wednesday and Friday’s selection on Thursday. No lunches on Friday.
Week Commencing Monday 11 December – buses
From Monday the 4pm bus from Junior Boys will take pupils to The College site for collection and onto Senior Boys for the onward coaches. After School Care is available at the Junior Boys site until 5pm. The bus at 5pm will only take boys to The College site.
Last Day of Term – Friday 15 December 2017
Please note that our school day will end at 12noon.
School transport home will be running in accordance with the early finish at lunchtime on this day.
National Christmas Jumper Day – Friday 15 December
We will be joining in with this and therefore invite the boys to wear their Christmas Jumpers again on the last day of term. A contribution of £1 should be bought in for Save the Children.
We are pleased to say that we raised a total of £94.67 selling poppies at Junior Boys – a big thank you for your contribution.
11 Dec - Y2-6 Chess Tournament
14 Dec - B3-6 Carol Service
News from the Sports Master
As we approach the end of term all of our U9 & U11 teams played there last fixtures this week. The U11 hosted Chesham Preparatory School and for some of these U11 teams it was their first home game of the season as they had played a large number of away fixtures. The U11A team have suffered horribly this term with illness and injury and Mr Pennington has rarely been able to select his strongest squad. So it was fantastic that nearly everyone was available for selection. The U11A team had already lost to this Chesham Prep side this term so they wanted to go out and show them the improvements they had made. No one was expecting the score line as we won 55-0. The U11B had a tough fixture with a few of their players being called into the A team and lost 15-45. The U11C, D&E teams all also came away with good wins from their last game of the season. The U11C winning 25-5, U11B winning 10-5 and the U11E team winning in a very high scoring game 65-40!
The U9 teams finished off the season in style on Thursday as they played host to Berkhamsted. All five U9 teams finished the term with a win against this tough opposition. In total, our U9 teams scored 57 tries across the five matches! The U9A played a very close physical encounter winning 35-20. The U9B&C teams also played in tight matches but came out with wins of 50-40 and 35-20 respectively. The U9D&E teams ran in a huge number of tires as they took advantage of playing on the smaller pitches, winning 75-40 and 90-30.
Some year groups have already competed in their House matches, however, many of these will be finished next week. They are always a great way for the pupils to finish off the season.