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|FROM THE OFFICE|
|End of Term|
Monday 1 April/Tuesday 2 April - No After School Activities - early buses in operation. Breakfast Club and Guided Play/Study will take place as normal. There will be a 5pm link bus to the College.
Wednesday 3 April School Term Ends - Buses will run according to the early finish time leaving at 12 noon. No After School Care.
Wednesday 3 April - End of Term Mailings
There will be no reports issued this term however Fee invoices will be emailed home on the 3 April.
Wednesday 24 April - New Summer Term Commences
Boys in Reception, Y1 and Y2 should wear their green polo shirt under their sweatshirt.
U10 Football Photos
Any orders for photos must be received in the office by Monday 1 April.
A Circus Is Coming!
The Junior Boys PTA is pleased to announce that in a change from the normal Easter event, this year for the first time ever we have a circus coming to Junior Boys on Saturday 27 April from 12.30pm to 5pm! Tickets can be booked via the pay portal or through an event order form. More information here.
|News from the Sports Master|
Last Saturday was the last competitive football for the U9A&B teams as they played in the Oratory Prep School 6 a-side tournament. Both teams played extremely well and the U9A had a really positive end to the season as they beat the hosts to win the Plate competition.
This week all pupils in Years 3-6 have been representing their House's in their respective House competitions. When all the totals for each competition were added up the overall result was -
1st - Fawley
2nd - Windsor
3rd - Cliveden
4th - Dorney
This afternoon we will have welcomed many of you to the inaugural House Cross Country Championships, there will be a report on this in next week's bulletin.
News from the Chess Master
The Lent term chess tournament was held at CCJB on Monday 25 March and we saw 37 pupils sign up for this test of cerebral fitness.
This tournament served as a Delancey Qualifying event, meaning that even more Claires Court pupils have earned their place in the area Megafinal!
Congratulations to Josh Sharma who won the tournament with a perfect score of 21 points.
Moksha Suriarachchi came second and was the Runner Up in the U11 section. His brother Kanishka won the U9 section on a tiebreak from Anthony Chan.
The winners of the Year medals were as follows:
Noah Olikara in Year 6
Louie White in Year 5
Peter Babcock in Year 4
Tom Avezbakiev in Year 3
Henry Paw in Year 2.
The following boys have now qualified for the area Megafinal:
Luc Azzari Wyn-Jones
You can access the Megafinals through this link: Megafinals. Good luck to all!
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