|Mr Richards' Words Summer 2|
|Encouraging ‘risk taking’ is an essential element of our educational ethos. We enjoy seeking out opportunities for the boys to tackle a challenge confidently. We also do not mind if they fail or find it hard at first, provided they are...|
|FROM THE OFFICE|
Tuesday 7 May - Dish of the Day: Meatballs in a Tomato and Mascarpone Sauce, Vegetarian Option: Vegeballs in a Tomato and Mascarpone Sauce, Side Dishes: Spaghetti, Garlic Bread, Dessert: Eves Pudding and Custard, Soup of the Day, Pasta Choice: Texan Meatballs
Thursday 9 May - Whole School Photograph
PTA Summer Fete and Circus event - save the date!
Sunday 23 June is the new date for the PTA Summer Fete at Junior Boys. The rescheduled circus event will also take place on this day. The Summer Fete will run from 11.00-15.00 and the Circus from 14.30-16.30. If you had booked circus tickets, your booking will automatically be carried over to the rescheduled date. Full details will be sent out to all sites next week via both pupil post and social media.
Letters on website this week
Friday 17 May - Y3 Outward Bound
Friday 17 May - Y4 Outward Bound
Lent Term newsletters!
Find out all about the numerous learning opportunities and our pupils' achievements from last term in our divisional Lent Newsletters: https://www.clairescourt.com/newsletters.
|News from the Sports Master|
The U11 teams were the first group to play fixtures this term as the whole of Year 6 took to the field against The Beacon. With these matches coming so early in the season, for many they were approached very much as training/coaching games. We knew that this would be a tough afternoon against difficult opposition so I am thrilled to report that across the four games we as a school gained two wins. Our U11A team found it difficult to keep their run rate up, while the U11B recorded a fantastic three wicket victory. The U11C team were comfortably up with three overs to play, to then go and lose two wickets (in pairs cricket every wicket costs the team 5 runs), thankfully they held onto win the game. The U11D team scored 70 runs but were outscored by the strong Beacon team.
The U10 teams all play The Beacon today and I will report on these next week. We also have both our U11A&B 5 a-side football teams representing the region at the ISA National Championships today at St George’s Park (home of the England national team). We wish them the best of luck and you will see the report on these teams next week.
News from the Chess Master
It has been a week of good news in the Chess Department.
Henry Paw in Year 2 has qualified for the Delancey Gigafinal! Henry came through a local Megafinal and can now move up to the regional level. Henry is the youngest Claires Court pupil so far to have won through to the Gigafinal this year. Very well done, Henry!
Josh Sharma left school early on Friday afternoon to make the journey up to Liverpool to play in an invitation only tournament - the Under 11 England trials. Josh had been nominated by Berkshire as their representative, and found himself up against the best players in the country at U11 level. Josh, a year younger than most attending, went through the tournament unbeaten. The competitors left Liverpool not knowing who would be selected, but I am delighted to announce that Josh received a telephone call from the England Head Arbiter on Monday evening offering him a place in the national team.
We are all absolutely delighted for you Josh, and are looking forward to hearing about your matches at home and abroad!
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