|Mr Spanswick's Words Summer 6|
|What a week to sign off this half term!
Pupil Problem Solving week started as a concept several years back and has now grown into a fantastic opportunity for our boys to practise lateral thinking and some very challenging skill sets. Our gallery...|
|From the Office|
Rabbit winners this week are Liam Byng-Maddick and Seb McKee. Both Liam and Seb are two boys who always try hard to follow their Golden rules and at the Outward Bound Camp last Friday they were extremely kind and caring towards their peers, helping those who were struggling with their tents, and more importantly, helping those who were feeling a bit low. They are excellent role models for other boys to follow and are worthy winners of the Rabbit award this week.
This year’s Sports Day will be held on Friday 29 June and the schedule for the day is planned as follows:
9.30am Reception and Year 1
11.00am Years 2 and 3
1.15pm Years 4, 5 and 6
We look forward to seeing you there.
Whole School Photograph
All our whole school photographs are now available to order online through Tempest Groups. Type Claires Court into the search criteria box, then enter the password burgundy on the following page and choose the relevant photo. The framed picture is on display in school reception.
Making Life Easier for Parents
From September we will be introducing a revised Extended Day programme incorporating our before school and after school care provision. Watch this space for more details.
|News from the Sports Master|
This has been quite some week of sport! Since I last wrote the U10s played last Friday. The U10A team travelled to St Benedict’s in Ealing and recorded an excellent 6 wicket victory, while the U10C&D teams travelled to The Beacon and both teams returned with solid wins under their belt.
Back at school the Year 3 and 4 pupils were enjoying their outward bounds experience. The Year 3 boys and girls enjoyed a day of bushcraft activities involving shelter building, orienteering and lifesaving skills in the pool. The Year 4 pupils all travelled to Summerleaze Lake to take part in sailing, canoeing and team building games. The vast majority of pupils stayed and camped overnight in the school grounds to enjoy more fun and games.
On Saturday the U11A team travelled to St Benedict's to take part in a 10/10 tournament. The whole team played superbly well beating Ealing CC and St Benedict's in the group stages to go through and beat High Wycombe CC in the final by 41 runs.
This week U9 teams played Gayhurst on Tuesday with the U9B&D picking up good wins by 64 runs and 23 runs respectively. While on Wednesday the U11 teams played Long Close and St George’s with all teams recording fantastic wins.
This week’s Team of the Week:
U9 Dominic Mailing
U10 William Dart
U11 Freddie Duff
U9 Josh Sharma
U10 Oliver Fern
U11 Joseph Brittain
U9 Kairav Ahuja
U10 George Paish
U11 George Crowe
News from the Chess Master
Of late every week brings more success. Harry and Meghan may have been tying the knot this weekend, and Conte may have been putting one over on Mourinho, but my focus, along with the focus of several Claires Court boys was on the Delancey Megafinals in Newbury and High Wycombe.
In Newbury on Saturday, Josh Sharma stormed through as "Supremo" in the U9 section with Aaran Hitschmann joining him in qualifying for the Southern Gigafinal. Also through in fine form was Samuel Tschiesche, who finished the day as joint 2nd in the Under 10 section. On Sunday, the Suriarachchi brothers, Moksha and Kanishka, both qualified from their respective sections in High Wycombe.
Very well done to all the Claires Court boys who took part over the two days.
The Regional Gigafinals are on 30th June for U7-U10 and 1st July for U11-U18. The Gigafinals can be entered through this link: Gigafinals
8 June - B&G Reception to Forest School, Windsor