|Mr Richards' Words Summer 7|
These are all good descriptors of our pupils this week. It is also a convenient acrostic link to our wider awareness...|
|FROM THE OFFICE|
|Letters from the office this week|
Travelling Book Fair - Wednesday 19 June
CCJB PTA Summer Fete - Sunday 23 June
Year 3 and Year 5 Parent’s Evening - Monday 24 June
Please note that the Registration Portal for entry into Bucks CC Grammar Schools, for September 2020 entry, closes at 3pm on 27 June 2019. It will not be possible to register for the Secondary Transfer Tests (11 plus) after that time.
Further information is available from:- https://schoolsweb.buckscc.gov.uk/admissions/
Sports Day - Friday 28 June 2019
Reception & Year 1 9.15am
Years 2 & 3 11.00am
Years 4, 5 & 6 1.15pm
If your son is missing a black casio watch, please contact the office as one has been handed in.
There will be a photographer working with the Marketing department across the school sites next week on Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 June, and on Tuesday 2 July. If you wish to find out more or withdraw your consent for us taking your child’s image please email the Marketing Department (email@example.com) by midday on Monday 17 June.
The Great Summer Event - Sunday 23 June
It’s now just over a week until our Great Summer Event and the PTA are looking forward to seeing you for both the Summer Fete and the Circus for those of you who had already booked. Please note that you need to purchase tickets for the Summer Fete even if you already have tickets for the Circus. Further details are available on our website.
|News from the Sports Master|
Last weekend saw both our U10A&B and U11A teams travel away on cricket tour. While the weather meant that only small amounts of cricket were played, all the teams were still able to have a very enjoyable time. All pupils represented the school both on and off the field admirably and with honour.
This week has almost been a total wash out as the weather has been diabolical! All the U9 fixtures were cancelled on Tuesday. On Wednesday the U11 teams tried to persevere against Oratory Prep, however, the rain just became too heavy for cricket to continue and matches were abandoned at the end of the first innings. The U10 teams had more luck playing away and despite playing in the rain managed to finish their matches. The U10B & U10C both recorded goodwins and the U10A lost narrowly by a few runs.
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